It seems so obvious- if a child is hungry he will eat. For some children with a history of prematurutiy, medical complications, autism spectrum disorders or other development disorders, eating is a skill that does not develop as expected. Read More
I have a doctorate in clinical psychology with an emphasis on child psychology.
My favorite thing about the Rosenberg Center is our unique multi-disciplinary evaluation approach to assessing children. It ensures that all aspects of a child's development is understood and we can make the best recommendations.
I have worked at the Rosenberg Center almost four years.
In my free time I love being outside with my kids and going new place with them. I also like playing and watching sports.
The scariest thing I have ever done? Hmmm...I don't know. If I am being honest, giving birth comes to mind.
What makes me happy? 1. Dates with my husband 2. Traveling 3. Running 4. Reading 5. A nice glass of red wine and chocolate
My favorite TV show or movie? I rarely watch TV. I love movies, but I can't remember the last one I saw that wasn't for kids!
The last two books I read were Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn and Different Dream Parenting by Jolene Philo.
The one food I could eat forever is pizza, but I'd also really like a DQ blizzard to go with it!
If I could fly anywhere in the world I say island hopping around Hawaii sounds pretty great.
The best advice I have is "Do your best, leave the rest."
Most people don't know that I speak Spanish, although more and more I get the "use it or lose it" principle.