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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 & Mrs. Beth Coulson Our Team at the Dyslexia Diagnostic & Treatment Center (DyslexiaTreaters.com) Your child is in good hands […]
The Discipline Conundrum You can check out my eBook that explains why many traditional discipline or behavioral management practices fail. In that respect, it’s vital […]
At the Dyslexia Diagnostic & Treatment Center – DyslexiaTreaters.com – we assess for and treat dyslexia. This process includes explaining the nature of “dyslexia” and […]
Just Around the Corner It’s May and summer recess will be here before ya know it, so it’s best to start planning and preparing now. […]
Okay, so let’s review – what is ABA? In my latest book, Managing the 5 Most Challenging Childhood Behavioral Problems of Our Day, I devote […]
Have you wondered how we go about diagnosing ADHD? How do we determine mild from severe cases, and how does severity-level impact treatment options? Well, […]
Dr. Carosso’s eBook: The Most Common Discipline Methods Don’t Work: Here’s Why and How to Make them Work
Have you ever wondered why the discipline approaches you’ve been using, such as taking away the video games, or putting your child in time-out, don’t […]
Reading issues are frustrating for both children and parents. If your child is struggling and you have concerns about dyslexia, this post covers signs of […]
What is an auditory processing disorder (APD)? Quite simply, it’s a difficulty with the processing of auditory information. Usually, APD is diagnosed by an audiologist. […]
What is learning style theory? We’re all familiar with the theory that children have their own learning styles, whether visual, auditory, or kinesthetic. So, one […]
Children, teens, and young adults with Autism are eligible for in-home or in-school services through IBHS (formerly known as BHRS or wraparound services). We offer […]