Blog

11.14.19
  Are you like many parents and find yourself fighting with your child about completing their homework?  Finishing their chores?  Finding their water bottle which has been left behind for the tenth time?  If so, you are not alone.  Executive Function has become a buzzword in schools and psychology offices and...
10.31.19
Can you believe that back in the 19th century, doctors blamed reading disabilities on bad eyesight, calling dyslexia “word blindness?”  Of all children identified as having a learning disability, 70-80% are primarily impaired in reading.  Children who struggle with reading can suffer from low self-esteem and may disengage from school. ...
10.23.19
Dr. Rubin will be speaking to parents at Families First (100 Campus Drive, Portsmouth, NH) on Thursday, 10/24/19 from 9:30-11:00 am about “Anxiety in Youth.” To RSVP, please register at tinyurl.com/FFParenting or call (603)...
09.03.19
Summer is winding down and preparation has begun for the start of a new school year.  For many of us, making the trek to your favorite store to purchase notebooks, fun pens and pencils, and the coolest water bottle seems daunting.  However, this is most likely the easiest part and...
07.02.19
Planning the Perfect Vacation   Trying to plan a family vacation?  Not sure where to start?  Summer can be a wonderful opportunity to plan some quality down time with family and take a break from the busy schedules of the school year.  This month’s article focuses on the psychology and...