In the News
We are happy to welcome Dr. Chiasson and Linda Martin to our growing team of professionals. Check out our recent announcement in Seacoast...
Dr. Rubin to join New Heights’ next In the Know panel discussion, The Adolescent Brain: Words, Actions, and Habits – Communicating with your Developing Adolescent, will focus on adolescents and the family dynamic.
Sponsored by Whole Life Health Care in Newington, the event will take place from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Thursday,...
The Portsmouth Herald recently highlighted the recent office move and expansion of the practice:
“Local psychology practice to expand again
PORTSMOUTH — Because of exponential growth, the Portsmouth Neuropsychology Center LLC, a private clinical psychology practice, relocated to 501 Islington St., in Portsmouth, doubling its space in the process. This...
In the December 2014 Parent and Child article “The Power of Pretend Play” Dr. Rubin provides her expertise regarding children’s imagination and the importance of pretend play.
Excerpt from article:
Dr. Cook’s (formally Dr. Adamek’s) research was recently summarized in a research bulletin about autism spectrum disorders and behavioral challenges published by the Middletown Centre for Autism. Children’s temperament can predict the likelihood of difficult behaviors such as tantrums or aggression. Choosing environments that best fit a child’s individual temperament...