Written by Dr. John Carosso Reading issues are frustrating for both children and parents. If you your child is struggling, and you have concerns about […]
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Dr. John Carosso and Dr. Robert Lowenstein specialize in the evaluation and treatment of ADHD, Autism, behavioral and learning issues, anxiety, depression, and trauma. They can be seen in offices in Pittsburgh, Monroeville, Greensburg, Monessen, and surrounding areas.
Written by Dr. John Carosso What does it mean to “increase structure” Parents are often told about the importance of structure, that they need to […]
Written by Dr. John Carosso To compare or not to compare? Parents often quickly correct themselves after making comparisons between their kids, saying “I know […]
Written by Dr. John Carosso What I’m expected to do… As a psychologist, I’m expected to talk about traditional and clinically-relevant approaches to help kids, […]
From Dr. John Carosso For many parents with kiddos struggling with any number of behavioral health or developmental issues such as ADHD and Autism, the […]
Written by Dr. John Carosso The discipline trap How beneficial is time-out, taking away the TV, or ‘grounding’ a child from going outside? Of course, […]
Written by Dr. John Carosso How it all began Many years ago, starting out as a Psychologist, I came across a Principal who established a […]
Written by Dr. John Carosso Subtle difference? Well, it’s really not so subtle. It’s the difference between labeling your child, or simply describing an annoying […]
Written by Dr. John Carosso Yes, it’s that time It’s that ‘back to school’ time. Yes, it’s sad to see the summer coming to a […]
Written by Dr. John Carosso What are some of the primary treatment modalities for Autism? One of the biggest challenges facing a parent of a […]
Written by Dr. John Carosso Where we left off We spent the past few posts discussing the diagnosis and treatment of mild autism. By the […]
Written by Dr. John Carosso Focus in Treatment? Children with mild autism are treated with a very specific approach that involves clearly delineating the problem […]