INSIDE THE MIND: TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

Introduction 

Chapter 1: Inductive Reasoning

  • Understanding Inductive Reasoning Issues 
  • Experiencing Inductive Reasoning Issues 
  • Levels of Inductive Reasoning Issues 
  • Introverts and Extroverts 
  • Feelers and Thinkers 
  • How to Use This Book 

Chapter 2: Understanding Aspects of Inductive Reasoning Issues

  • Eye Contact 
  • Body Language of Others 
  • Body Awareness of Self 
  • Improving Body Awareness and Increasing Relaxation 
  • Making Meaning 
  • Translating Meaning to Other Situations or Other Environments 
  • Grouping Similar Things 
  • Empathy 
  • Understanding and Caring about Others 
  • Their Impact on Others 
  • Learning from Past Experiences 
  • Initiating 
  • Asking for Help 
  • Thinking Differently or Divergent Thinkers 
  • Literal
  • Perfectionist 
  • Resistance to Change—Possible OCD 
  • Imagination 
  • Memory 
  • Attention 
  • Organization 
  • Time Awareness 
  • Over-Focus 
  • Lack of Focus 
  • Mega-rules, Rules, and Sub-rules 
  • Behavior Issues 
  • Defining Feelings 
  • Stress, Worry, Fear, Anxiety, and Panic 
  • Frustration 
  • Depression 
  • Confusion 
  • Teens and Their Development 
  • Ways of Coping
  • Gaming 
  • Taking on a Role 
  • Down Time 
  • Down Time Ideas 
  • Communication 
  • Colloquialisms and Idioms 
  • Sensory Issues 
  • Sensory Overload or Lack of Filters 
  • Over-stimulating Environments 
  • Listening to Those with Sensory Overload 
  • Other Sensory Issues 
  • Highly Sensitive People vs. IRI 
  • Sixth Sense and Safety

Chapter 3: Additional Health Issues

  • What Causes IRI, Autism, Asperger’s, Social Communication Disorder, and ADD
  • Genetics 
  • Brain Trauma 
  • Sleep Issues 
  • Vision Issues 
  • Nutrition 
  • Toxins Cell Phones, Cell Tower Antennas, Wi-Fi, and Electromagnetic Frequencies 

Chapter 4: Diagnosing

  • Diagnosing IRI 
  • Signs of IRI
  • Social Communication Disorder 
  • Asperger’s Syndrome or Autism 
  • Other Diagnostic Tools 
  • Gifted or IRI or Both 
  • Differential Diagnosis 
  • Doing Psychotherapy or Counseling 

Chapter 5: Working with Those Who Have Inductive Reasoning Issues

  • Basic Guidelines for Us to Help Them 
  • Scaling Anything 
  • Working with Children Who Have IRI 
  • Working with Teens Who Have IRI 
  • Working with Adults Who Have IRI 
  • Working with Parents of Those Who Have IRI 
  • Working with Partners of Those Who Have IRI 
  • Working with Couples or Partners Together 
  • Working with Families with One Who Has IRI 
  • Working with Teachers of Students with IRI .
  • Working with Children of Those Who Have IRI 
  • Final Overview 

Resources

  • Getting Help 
  • Types of Therapists and Doctors 
  • Types of Therapy and What They Address 
  • Grief Information
  • Phases of Grief Outline 
  • Phases of Grief Explained 
  • Books, DVDs, Games, and Other Resources 
  • Books 
  • Children’s Books with Social Themes 
  • DVDs, Other Recordings, Movies, and TV 
  • Social Skills Games 
  • Online Resources

Worksheets and Instructions 

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