By Caroline Segal, Ph.D
We are ending our seventh month of pandemic life, and the first month back to school, whatever that looks like for your family. This has likely been one of the most challenging exercises in resilience and… Read the rest
Your son is seven—or 10—or 15. He has ADHD and related issues. His social, emotional, and executive functions have not developed intuitively. He has difficulty relating to others, never quite understanding their thoughts, feelings, sense of humor, or intentions. He… Read the rest
With only so many hours in a day, too much screen time can inhibit the essential face-to-face time your child needs to develop the social/emotional competence necessary to navigate successfully at school, at home, and in the community.
Why is… Read the rest
As if being a girl in a boys’ world isn’t hard enough, how about being a girl with LD in a mean-girls’ world—a world without the sugar & spice, where girls are not so nice? For these girls, life can… Read the rest