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Looking back on early March 2019 when the COVID-19 pandemic was just beginning to make headlines, no one could have foretold that nine months later we would still be in the midst of this widespread public health crisis. COVID-19 has had drastic effects on society and the ways in which we live our lives. The […]
The article “Therapy Wars: The Revenge of Freud“, written by Oliver Burkeman and published in The Guardian, is a brief review of “battle” between psychoanalytic therapy, developed by Freud and cognitive behavioral therapy, CBT. While CBT has been dominant for many years the success of CBT is being reconsidered in light of recent studies.
I have been receiving many calls from parents who have been referred by colleagues to help address current concerns about their child’s development and progress. Questions such as:
Join the Frank Ridge Memorial Foundation for their 3rd Annual Symposium The Duke Ellington Room 400 West 43rd Street, 2nd Floor, New York, NY Sunday, September 17, 2017 12:30 – 4:00pm
Registration is Now Open for May & June Frank Ridge Memorial Foundation Seminars Explore the Unexplored: about Tourette’s, Anorexia and OCD When: Saturday, May 6, 1:00 – 4:15 pm – 3 CEs Cost: $60
Don’t Pay Attention to: Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD)/ Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD)
As a Pre-School Consultant, I design school wide systems to ensure systemic behavioral intervention plans (BIP), consistent with behavioral interventions known as applied behavior analysis (ABA)for children. The design of the interventions is consistent with New York State, State Education guidelines. It is important that all Teachers regularly assigned to the classroom are trained in […]
Atlas is aware that there are no vacations from Autism or learning opportunities! They offer families a reprieve and students a place to come that is both fun and supportive.
Dear Parents and Colleagues: Why is a discussion about change necessary? When and why do things change? It is often said: “The only constant in life is Change”.
Adam J. Holstein, M.S., P.D., L.P. Certified School Psychologist Behavior Therapist Licensed Psychoanalyst Office: 516-297-5705 Intervention is a matter of Perspective, Understanding and Training. I was sitting in an Intermediate Care Facility many years ago. The Individuals were moving to a new home and an Aquarium with a ¼ of the water was sitting there […]
I am on the board of the National Autism Association New York Metro. NAANYM is an all-volunteer organization providing an incredible array of services and advocacy – most at no cost – to individuals with autism, their parents and caregivers, and the professionals who support them in the NY metro area. Visit the NAANYM website to learn more.