Dr. Laurie Miller Brotman and colleagues recently published in Pediatrics that ParentCorps improved early academic achievement in pre-kindergarten students from disadvantaged neighborhoods in New York City.
If you are a parent, caregiver, or educator of a child with an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), you likely have a host of questions. Experts at the CSC are here to help, with a series of free workshops for parents and other concerned adults.
The Child Study Center is hosting a series of workshops aimed at teaching parents skills to help their children cope with excessive anxiety.
Our ADHD and Behavior Disorders Service is pleased to announce a series of free informational workshops about ADHD for families, educators and professionals. Topics will range from symptoms and diagnosis, to working with schools, to advances in research-based treatment options.
The NYU Child Study Center is hosting an eight-session, weekly workshop series for parents and caregivers of 3-6 year olds along with an accompanying socia-emotional skills group for their 3-6 year olds.
The results of Dr. Klein's 33-year follow-up study, recently published in the Archives of General Psychiatry, showed that men who had been diagnosed with ADHD in childhood showed worse educational, occupational, economic and social outcomes in adulthood.
Seeking mental health treatment for your child brings up a host of questions: Why should you get help? When should you get help? Where do you start? Who should treat your child? How do you choose the right professional? What is your role as a parent?