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Struggling with Learning?

Feb 05, 2018

Now is a good time to reflect on successes we have enjoyed and challenges we have overcome in the last year. We can be glad we made it through the holidays and look forward to new successes in the New Year.

Now is also a good time to reflect on our children’s successes and challenges. For a child, this is middle of the academic year when fall semester report cards...
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Is Psychological Testing For Me?

Nov 02, 2017

There are many reasons why psychological testing can be helpful. Some of which include clarification of uncertain clinical presentations, identification of barriers inhibiting your best performance, and assessment of your abilities in different settings.

The Post Trauma Institute offers psychological testing to help a broad range of people in a variety of circumstances, regardless of age or occupation. What follows are three types of situations wherein psychological testing...
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Building A Successful Environment For Our Children To Learn

Sep 21, 2016

Have you ever wondered how you can best set your child up for success in school?  If you’re a parent, you’ve probably thought about it constantly since before your child was in school.

You may recall, in recent months, we published articles about learning disabilities and ADD/ADHD.  While we can test for those and get you results in a timely manner, most of those things are out of your control.

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Testing For ADHD and Learning Disabilities

Jul 06, 2016

Have you ever wondered if you have ADHD?  What about your child?  Oftentimes, we might just write it off as “just a phase” or that we “need to buckle down.”  It’s easy to joke about having ADHD or making excuses for ourselves or our children, however, making sure that you have the correct diagnosis is the most crucial step towards actually getting better.

What if your child is...
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ADHD Testing For Your Child

Jun 29, 2016

What’s the first thing that might cue the potential for ADHD and its presence in your child’s psychology?  Answer?  Probably a dramatic drop in grades or perhaps a teacher’s comments around age 7.  As a parent, we know that you want the best for your child and that you wouldn’t want to leave any stone unturned.  What if it wasn’t ADHD but a learning disability?

Benefits and Drawbacks of ADHD Testing...
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Children’s Mental Health Assessment

May 25, 2016

If you saw our previous post about Children’s Mental Health Overview, then you were most likely alarmed by the statistics about the state of mental health and children.  Given the lack of information, awareness, and the prevalence of stereotypes surrounding the topic, we’d like to continue to offer our platform to educate parents and their children, along with doctors, physicians, teachers, and other youth workers regarding...
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