By The Understood Team
Some therapies help with speech and language issues. Others tackle everything from how kids move to how they study and learn. Explore common therapies for kids with learning and attention issues—and how they can help.
Molly Algermissen, Ph.D., is an associate professor of medical psychology at Columbia University Medical Center and clinical director of PROMISE.
Tutors vs. Educational Therapists: How They’re Different
FAQs About Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
How Can I Build a Relationship Between the Therapist and the School?
What You Need to Know About Speech Therapy
Checklist: 10 Things to Look For in an Educational Therapist
How Occupational Therapists May Work With Kids With Dyspraxia
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Jan 23rd at 2:00 pm
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