Helping the Child Who Struggles with Transition

Long summer days, no homework and a break from the routine. Even though your elementary-aged child may be looking forward to summer, the transition from the structure of school can be a rocky one. Join Rob Adams, PsyD, a licensed clinical psychologist at Meghan Barlow and Associates, as he provides practical strategies to make the […]

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Diagnosis and Special Needs Children

It’s NOT All About The Diagnosis – Podcast

Description of Presentation Meghan Barlow discusses how having a diagnosis is important because it will help determine what therapies to pursue and what services your child may need in school, but a diagnosis is only one part of your child and how all behavior cannot be attributed to a diagnosis. She also discusses how sometimes […]

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Improving Family Functioning

Survival Strategies: How to Improve Family Functioning – Podcast

Description of Presentation Is your child’s lack of flexibility affecting the whole family? Does every transition turn into a tantrum? Do you ever wonder if you are in charge or if your child is? Sarah Saunders, MA, LPC, of Meghan Barlow and Associates, will provide practical tips to keep your sanity and improve family functioning. […]

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Behavior Management 101

Behavior Management 101

Sometimes when we hear terms like “behavior management,” we think about kids with “behavior problems.” Really, all kids benefit from behavior management because all kids need to learn how to behave. Some kids learn a little more quickly than others and with less work from their parents. Here are a few tips for managing your […]

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