Neuropsychological Assessment, Consultation and Guidance Service for Children, Adolescents, and Families
Neuropsychological Evaluations | Therapy | Parent Guidance | Consultation
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Sometimes parents have questions about typical parenting issues. To answer these questions, it is not always necessary to conduct a comprehensive neuropsychological evaluation.
Parents of younger children might have such questions as:
- How do I get my baby to sleep through the night?
- How do I get my two-year-old to try more different foods?
- When should I start toilet training?
- What should I do when my three-year-old is throwing a temper tantrum?
Parents of school-aged children might have questions such as:
- Getting my son to do his homework is an everyday battle. How can I make it easier for all of us?
- How can I get my son and daughter to stop bickering?
- How can I help my child eat a healthy diet without food battles?
- My daughter is in 5 different after-school activities. Am I over-scheduling my child, or are all of these things beneficial to her?
- My 8-year-old daughter is having fears at night and wetting the bed. How do we help her?
As a child psychologist and a parent of four children, I understand that every child and every family situation is unique. I will take the time to listen to your story and to learn what your values and priorities are as a parent. I will arrange to observe your child at school or daycare, if necessary. Together, we will come up with different solutions that would work for you, your child, and your family.
I offer parent guidance to parents of children from birth to emerging adulthood.