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The Research Institute for Learning and Development, (ResearchILD), located in Lexington, MA, will hold its 30th annual International Learning Differences Conference, “Executive Function and Learning Differences: Past, Present, and Future,” on Friday and Saturday, March 20 and 21 at the Harvard University Graduate School of Education in Cambridge, MA. The conference, chaired by Dr. Lynn […]
By Danielle DeTora, Psy.D.
“How does that make you feel?” This is the quintessential therapist’s line that is often mocked in movies, television, books, and everyday life.
Lexington’s boutique inn is the only Boston area hotel welcomed to international prestigious hospitality association. The Inn at Hastings Park is delighted to announce that it has been accepted into Relais & Chateaux, one of the world’s most prestigious hospitality associations. The Inn at Hastings Park is the first Boston area hotel to earn this […]
By Stephanie M. Kriesberg, Psy.D. , Licensed Psychologist
Sometimes, the worry voices we hear in our heads can really help us out. Worry can help us make good decisions, stay safe, and encourage us to work hard and do our best. But for many children and teens, worry stops being a helpful signal, a sign to slow down and think things through. Instead, the worry voice becomes a screeching tyrant, convincing kids that disaster lurks at life’s every corner.
By Kimberly Hackett, LMHC
Parenting is not art. It’s not a roster of must learn skills. It’s not something to conquer or something you can completely ignore. It’s not a vocation or way of life, a movement, mission or religion.
An amazingly diverse group of people walked in the People’s Climate March in New York City because we are just beginning to realize as a society how urgent it is that we take rapid action to protect the future of our civilization and human life on this planet.