A version of this post appeared in Spring of 2021. Summer Break is Fast Approaching It’s May and the summer break from school will be […]
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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.
We’ll continue with our ‘How We treat’ series, this time targeting ADHD. In this post, I’ll describe the nature of ADHD, how it’s diagnosed, and […]
The Vital Nature of Hope “Hope is the thing with feathers that perches in the soul and sings the tune without the words and never […]
We’ll continue our series on how we treat particular behavioral health conditions. In my last article, I provided an overview of how we treat child […]
As one would expect given my occupation, I’m often approached by teens and their parents, about feelings of depression and anxiety. It’s troubling to see […]
How It Starts… I regularly get questions from parents about how to manage their child’s behavior. We welcome such questions and look forward to working […]
Sharing this post is one of my favorite traditions. This Christmas blog post was first put up the HelpForYourChild.com back in 2012. It has been […]
The holiday season often includes busy public outings with your child. These can be quite tricky and challenging! Children sometimes find the new environment, whether […]
The holidays are a wonderful time of year. There are so many fun and festive opportunities to get together to celebrate the season with your […]
Selective Mutism vs ‘Just Being Shy’ Selective mutism is a diagnosable condition that significantly interferes with a child’s ability to adapt and function in social […]
Thanksgiving is Extra Special Many people find Thanksgiving to be one of their favorite holidays. It’s simple, no gifts to buy, no fuss. It’s just […]
The Steps to Improving Your Child’s Behavior There is a formula to child discipline. If you follow the recipe, the outcome is very predictable in […]