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Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder affects millions of teens and children in the U.S. and can exert a significant negative influence on academic achievement, self-esteem, and socialization. Identifying children with this disorder and intervening to support them help prevent lifelong problems that can result from ADHD. Interventions can include individual therapy, medication, and attendance at therapeutic […]
By Christopher Leonard, LCSW, M.Ed. At the end of a school year, we reflect on outcomes. What did our students learn? What will they take with them? Are they prepared to be successful? We generally hope for mastery of the five paragraph essay, the ability to solve for x, a grasp of the scientific method, an appreciation […]
By Executive Director, John Reilly, MSW, LCSW, PsyA As the Executive Director of a private, therapeutic school, the month of June always provides an opportunity to reflect on the past school year and the lessons learned. Watching the growth and transformation of so many students reminds me of the importance of providing students with an […]
Why is my son falling apart in 11th grade? He has been a great student up to now and he is failing. The junior year of high school is a pressure cooker for many students. Facing standardized tests, choosing colleges and deciding what course of study to direct the choice of which college to attend […]