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"When Words are not Enough" art therapy is a treatment based on strengths and interests as well as concerns. Conducted through art-making and verbal expressions, art is seen as a language and viewed as self-talk, bringing insight to beliefs and behaviors, while empowering children beyond treatment sessions.
My focus includes working with the families of children and adolescents who present with a variety of presenting challenges including students who have been diagnosed with autism or other developmental disorders, coping with a serious medical condition such as cancer, and those who are experiencing grief and loss issues because of the death of a parent, sibling, friend or another significant person in their lives. I specialize in working with children of military famil
Volunteer to help support our causes in fighting Autism, Cancer, as well as raising funds for Educational Programs. The CJ Foundation is a national non-profit charity focusing on children in need. We need volunteers for event planning, fund raising, grant writing, sponsorship programs, advertising, marketing, networking, administrative duties, web work, etc. You are the secret to our success… help us “Create a World of Good for Life’s Challenges”
The Dan Marino Foundation, Inc., a 501(c) 3 organization was established by Dan and Claire Marino, motivated by their experiences in raising their son, Michael, who is diagnosed with autism. For over 24 years, the Foundation has been a leader in innovation and change, "empowering individuals with autism and other developmental disabilities." The Foundation has raised more than $53 million to create unique and impactful initiatives in the community. Among these first-of-their-kind initiatives are the Nicklaus Children's Hospital Dan Marino Outpatient Center, the Marino Autism Research Institute, Marino Adapted Aquatics, Summer STEPS Employment Programs, Virtual Interactive Training Agent Program (VITA-DMF), and now Marino Campus.
Deliver the Dream provides free structured, therapeutic, fun activities for families experiencing a serious illness or crisis. The organization does this through a three-day, two-night retreat geared toward a specific illness/crisis such as autism, death of a loved one or cancer.
Autism information of particular interest to the South Florida area, distributed daily. This is a very active List, generating 10-20 postings per day. We are an autism listserv, not a vaccine listserv. Our members are parents of children with autism, the professionals who work with them, and adults with autism themselves. Members exchange information on news, therapies, resources, events, advocacy, on just about anything concerning autism.
Alexis Resnick, Ph.D., a licensed psychologist in Florida, provides assessment, therapy, and consultation services to children and adolescents with behavioral, academic, developmental, emotional, and social concerns. She has experience working with a range of populations, including ADHD, disruptive behavior disorders, learning disorders, anxiety, selective mutism, depression, pica, and autism spectrum disorders. She has worked in schools, medical centers, and university-based clinics.
Dr. Udell is a leader in the healthcare industry with forty years of experience. Presently, Dr. Udell is practicing behavioral pediatrics in Davie, FL where he has focused on children with developmental disabilities including ADHD and Autism.
Dr. Udell attended Temple University on a Guggenheim Scholarship and went to Thomas Jefferson University School of Medicine for his MD degree. He then became a resident in Pediatrics and Chief Resident at The Wilmington Medical Center in Delaware and the Dupont Institute. He spent two years as a Fellow in Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine at Emory University in Atlanta, GA. His main focus throughout the earliest years of his training was on brain hemorrhage and subsequent neuro-development, plus the use of computers to assess newborn nutrition (including some of the earliest publications about that topic).
I work with children and teens as well as adults, couples and families. I have a wide range of experience working successfully with clients with issues such as Depression, Anxiety, Stress, Anger Mgmt., Assertiveness Training, Grief, Self-Esteem, Behavior problems, Motivational issues, Self-esteem, ADHD, Parent Training, Eating Disorders, Sexuality issues, Couples & Family therapy, Women's issues & Coping with Divorce/Separation. I have worked in a number of schools, inpatient psychiatric hospitals, led groups for domestic violence offenders, taught courses regarding divorce issues that affect the whole family, & provided trainings to educators as well presentations throughout the community and businesses.
Using an assimilative integrated approach with a cognitive behavioral emphasis, I provide psychotherapeutic services for children, teens, adults, groups and families. My areas of psychotherapeutic treatment include, but are not limited to anxiety, anger management, autism spectrum disorders, ADHD, behavioral issues and management, depression, eating disorders, OCD, parenting issues, adjustment difficulties, school-related difficulties, and social skills training.
High level professionals should never stop going to school. Dr. Bauman travels the country in search of the finest training to update and sharpen skills. He has been traveling to Boston for several years for post graduate training from Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital. Courses have included the diagnosis and treatment of ADHD, Child/Adolescent Anxiety, Autism and Asperger's Syndrome.He has studied mind/body medicine with the leaders at Harvard. Dr. Bauman trained in pediatric hypnosis during post graduate classes sponsored by the University of Minnesota Medical School.
I am a licensed psychologist with extensive training and experience in the treatment of adults, children and families. My group practice also offers comprehensive dialectical behavior therapy services including adolescent, adult and parent DBT groups. My credentials include a doctoral degree from Rutgers University and two masters degrees in psychology from Columbia University. I also have specialized post doctoral training in the treatment of children, families, and couples.
Dr. Rogers' training includes evaluating and treating a variety of emotional and behavioral challenges affecting adults (anxiety, depression, relationship and career concerns) and children (ages 3 and up). Treatment modalities include interpersonal and cognitive-behavioral therapy (for adults) and play-therapy (for children).
Dr. Norma Kowalski is a Clinical Neuropsychologist licensed in the state of Florida (PY8258). She holds a doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology with a specialization in Neuropsychology. During her post-graduate work she trained in assessing and diagnosing a wide variety of neurological disorders. She has assessed and/or treated stroke and head injury patients in hospitals and at inpatient rehabilitation centers. She has worked on workman compensation cases, as well as conducted several Independent Medical Examinations. She has conducted many group sessions to enhance cognition in elderly patients with dementia and presented to traumatic brain injury support groups.
EPD Occupational Therapy, Inc. offers comprehensive pediatric therapy services to identify and correct developmental motor, sensory processing, and speech and language delays impacting children and adolescence. Our team of experts provides skilled treatment that is engaging, motivating, and appropriate for your child.
We are ABA providers who offer a year-round intensive day program as well as a summer camp for children on the spectrum. The day program is for children between the ages of 2-5 years old (pre-school) and the Summer Camp is for children between 2-12. Social skills groups are also available as well as at home therapy sessions and school shadowing. Lastly, we also provide intensive feeding therapy to children between 18 months up to 9 years old.
EBS has an intensive ABA day program for pre school aged children between the ages of 2-5. This day program is 1:1 ratio, to ensure the child's maximum progress. The program is set up like a typical preschool with daily activities like Spanish class, Art, Yoga, Zumba, music class, intensive social skills, and water play. Because the day program is set up like a typical preschool, your children will be able to get the school routine to prepare them for when they do enter Elementary school; all the while having an individualized ABA program with their own targets based on their skill level. We also have an ABA focused Summer Camp for children between the ages of 2-12 (divided into age groups) to ensure our kiddos are able to practice social skills with peers their age. EBS also provides at home ABA therapy and we don't have a wait list, as we set our schedules up to ensure families do not have to wait prolonged periods of time for the services they so desperately need. We have an in-house full time intensive feeding therapist that also provides feeding therapy at the home to ensure maximum success in the child's natural environment. EBS-- where love completes the puzzle!
Equine-Assisted Therapies of South Florida is dedicated to providing therapeutic riding and equine-activities to children and adults with special needs so that they may improve physically, mentally and emotionally.
Founded in 2004 by Dr. Giselle Faubel, a clinical psychologist, this organization was one of the first in the state of Florida to offer equine assisted psychotherapy in an effort to help people find balance in their lives.
Family Network on Disabilities of Broward County, Inc. is an organization for parents and families of children with developmental disabilities or other special needs. Our mission is to provide support to parents through education, information, and technical assistance. We believe that informed parents are a child’s best advocate.
If your child has special needs…you may too! The Family Network on Disabilities of Broward County, (FND) is based on the philosophy that parents of children with special needs are the best source of information and support for other parents. We can offer valuable information and assistance regarding children with disabilities and the services available. Our Goal is to help parents become the best advocate they can be for their child and family. We offer one-on-one educational assistance with IEP’s, educational workshops, and training.