Here are 5 foundational steps of getting your kid(s) to be compliant: 1. Relationship, Relationship, and more Relationship. If you don’t have a fun-loving and […]
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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.
The benefits of brilliance I know you want your child to be smart, earn good grades, and achieve lots of academic success. It’s wonderful to […]
The morning blues I’ve had quite a few kids in my office, as of late, struggling with separation anxiety and having a hard time getting […]
Written By Dr. John Carosso Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!! It’s a tradition to run this post for the Holiday; hope you enjoy it, […]
Recent Research Findings out of the Institute of Child Development and Human Capital Research Collaborative (say that three times real fast) at the University of […]
It’s your turn Please let me know what topic(s) you’d like me to cover in upcoming blog posts, or questions you have about how to […]
Why do kids get depressed? I work as a child psychologist, so obviously I come across quite a number kids struggling with feeling ‘down’ and […]
Given all the recent news regarding spanking and using a ‘switch’ to “teach children a lesson”, I thought it would be a good time to […]
So many from which to choose There are many school options for parents; brick-and-mortar public schools, public cyber schools, private schools, specialized alternative placements, and […]
How it all starts It usually begins innocently enough; your child isn’t feeling well and wants to sleep in your bed. One night turns into […]
Yes, it’s that time Yes, it’s tough to even think about the Fall, but nevertheless it’s time to prepare for the ‘back to the school’ […]
Fuss Written by Dr. John Carosso There has been lots of fuss about the DSM-V and the autism diagnosis; will it result in less children […]