My son started kindergarten and has been crying nonstop and saying he wants to come home. How do we keep him in school?
- Amanda Mintzer, PsyD
Difficult transitions are common this time of year, but there are things parents and teachers can do to help kids adjust.READ MORE
Does Your Child Lack Motivation?
What does it mean when kids just don't seem to be trying very hard?READ MORE
How to Help Your Child Get Motivated in School
If you have a child who just doesn't seem to be trying in school, strategies you can use to encourage him work up to his potential.READ MORE
How to Help Kids Talk About Learning Disabilities
Sometimes opening up about learning differently is hard for kids, but with a little practice, the rewards can be huge.READ MORE
School Success Kit for Kids With Sensory Processing Issues
Tools and strategies to help kids stay comfortable and focused.READ MORE
School Success Kit for Kids with ADHD
Tools and strategies for children and teenagers to help manage time, stay focused, and handle homework.READ MORE
School Success Kit For Kids With Auditory Processing Issues
- Rae Jacobson
Tools to help kids maximize classroom learning and stay on top of expectations are a must for kids who have trouble piecing together verbal information. Here are a few simple suggestions that can make a difference.READ MORE
Supporting the Emotional Needs of Kids With Learning Disabilities
- Rachel Ehmke
Signs your child with learning issues might be struggling with low self-esteem, anxiety, or depression, and how to help.READ MORE
School Success Kit for Kids With Executive Functioning Issues
Tools to help kids get organized, focused, and out the door on timeREAD MORE
My anxious son is 16, home-schooled, and prefers ‘cyber friends’ to real ones. We want him back in school, but can he cope?
- Stephanie Dowd, PsyD
It is very possible, if they help him overcome his anxiety in a structured way with the help of professionals. Avoiding it isn't the answer, and it doesn't have to be.READ MORE