ARTICLES FOR PARENTS

ARTICLES FOR PARENTS

AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER (ASD)

by Marcia Eckerd, PhD
for Psychology Today

We need to dispel the myth that autistic people lack empathy.

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by Marcia Eckerd, PhD
for Psychology Today

When we don’t understand autistic kids we create a toxic environment for them.

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by Marcia Eckerd, PhD
for Psych Central

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by Eve Kessler, Esq.
for Smart Kids with LD

When kids have learning, attention and executive-function challenges, parents often end up doing too much. Use these guidelines to transition from “enabling” to “abling” your child on their road to independence.

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by Marcia Eckerd, PhD
for Journal of Health Service Psychology

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by Marcia Eckerd, PhD
for Autism Parenting Magazine

A look at whether the mainstream education system is doing the best it can for children with autism.

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by Marcia Eckerd, PhD
for Smart Kids with LD

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by Eve Kessler, Esq.
for Smart Kids with LD

Having a child with LD or ADHD requires extraordinary parenting skills to manage strained family dynamics. This article provides guidelines to navigate the emotional minefield, minimize friction, and prevent long-lasting damage.

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by Marcia Eckerd, PhD
for Journal of Health Services Psychology

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by Marcia Eckerd, PhD
for Psych Central

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artcle by Eve Kessler, Esq., for Smart Kids with LD
based on an ADDitude webinar by Kathy Kuhl

School options for kids with learning differences and ADHD include neighborhood schools, charter schools, magnet schools, private schools, parochial schools, and homeschooling (online or in-person). This article features information about each of those areas in or der to help you assess what option is best for your child.

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by Marcia Eckerd, PhD
for Psychology Today

We tend to mistake sexuality with having sex.

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by Marcia Eckerd, PhD
for Autism Parenting Magazine

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by Marcia Eckerd, PhD
for Psychology Today

Why do some autistic adults reject the term “high functioning?

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AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER (ASD)

by Marcia Eckerd, PhD
for Psychology Today

We need to dispel the myth that autistic people lack empathy.

ARTICLE

More About Marcia Eckerd

by Marcia Eckerd, PhD
for Psychology Today

When we don’t understand autistic kids we create a toxic environment for them.

ARTICLE

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by Marcia Eckerd, PhD
for Psych Central

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by Eve Kessler, Esq.
for Smart Kids with LD

When kids have learning, attention and executive-function challenges, parents often end up doing too much. Use these guidelines to transition from “enabling” to “abling” your child on their road to independence.

ARTICLE

by Marcia Eckerd, PhD
for Journal of Health Service Psychology

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by Marcia Eckerd, PhD
for Autism Parenting Magazine

A look at whether the mainstream education system is doing the best it can for children with autism.

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by Marcia Eckerd, PhD
for Smart Kids with LD

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by Eve Kessler, Esq.
for Smart Kids with LD

Having a child with LD or ADHD requires extraordinary parenting skills to manage strained family dynamics. This article provides guidelines to navigate the emotional minefield, minimize friction, and prevent long-lasting damage.

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by Marcia Eckerd, PhD
for Journal of Health Services Psychology

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by Marcia Eckerd, PhD
for Psych Central

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artcle by Eve Kessler, Esq., for Smart Kids with LD
based on an ADDitude webinar by Kathy Kuhl

School options for kids with learning differences and ADHD include neighborhood schools, charter schools, magnet schools, private schools, parochial schools, and homeschooling (online or in-person). This article features information about each of those areas in or der to help you assess what option is best for your child.

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by Marcia Eckerd, PhD
for Psychology Today

We tend to mistake sexuality with having sex.

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by Marcia Eckerd, PhD
for Autism Parenting Magazine

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by Marcia Eckerd, PhD
for Psychology Today

Why do some autistic adults reject the term “high functioning?

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