The Summer Treatment Program is a five week day program during which children learn effective ways to manage ADHD and behavior problems. Treatment is tailored to each child's behavioral problems, emotional needs and learning difficulties. Each child participates in daily activities of sports, games, art and academic instruction, and parents will participate in weekly parenting support groups throughout the summer.
"A Developmental Perspective on Identifying Risk for Psychosis and Strategies for Prevention and Early Intervention"
Larry J. Seidman, PhD
Director, Commonwealth Research CenterProfessor of Psychology, Harvard Medical School Department of PsychiatryVice Chair (Research), Massachusetts Mental Health Center Public Psychiatry Divisionof the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC)
"Understanding the Immigrant Paradox in Child Mental Health and Wellbeing"
Amy K. Marks, PhD
Associate Professor and Director of Graduate & Undergraduate Studies, Psychology DepartmentSuffolk University