Written by Dr. John Carosso What does TEACCH stand for? It’s an acronym for the Treatment and Education of Autistic and Communication Related Handicapped Children […]
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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 Let’s try an experiment Step #1 of the experiment: Think about your morning routine from the time you awaken in […]
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, […]
Written by Dr. John Carosso Good Tidings… The Christmas Holiday is magical; a wonderful time of year that spreads warm feelings and cheer in families […]
Written by Dr. John Carosso The parent’s balancing act As parents, we want give our kids lots of kudos and praise, but we also want […]
Written by Dr. John Carosso Where we left off We had discussed, in Part I, the importance of your child’s relationship with God in enhancing […]
Dr. C’s Morning Minute videos provide daily insights to effectively manage your child’s ADHD, Autism, behavioral and emotional issues, Dyslexia, and more. To see the […]
Written by Dr. John Carosso What is the placebo effect? A placebo is something that has no active therapeutic properties and is given to a […]
Written by Dr. John Carosso Types of chores I’m often asked what types of chores are most appropriate for my child based on age, and […]
Written by Dr. John Carosso Are you feeling like the unpaid help? Do you find yourself relentlessly cleaning-up, picking-up, putting-away, cooking, transporting, washing, re-washing, doting […]
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 The question: I was recently asked an excellent question from a parent with an adorable, nonverbal child with autism. The […]