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Teaching Your Child to Deal with Emotions

All children need to learn the vocabulary for emotions just like they need to learn the vocabulary for any other concept. The tricky thing about emotions is they are, well emotions. So teaching them in the heat of the moment is quite like teaching a concept like “vegetable”. Read More


When to be Concerned about Your Child's or Teen's Mood

Children and teenagers are often moody or irritable, but how do parents know when these behaviors occur more often than average. Reports indicate that 9% of adolescents ages 12 to 17 experience a major depressive episode with girls more likely to be affected than boys. Read More


Red Flags in Child Development

Children grow and develop at their own individual pace. The range of when skills develop is actually quite wide and variable. Some kids develop motor skills quicker than verbal skills and vice versa. It is helpful to know potential warning signs of developmental delay because early assessment and intervention has been shown to be beneficial toward optimal developmental outcomes. If you have developmental questions or concerns, it is always appropriate to talk with your child’s pediatrician or schedule a developmental intake at a clinic like Rosenberg Center to talk further and collaboratively develop an assessment and/or treatment plan if appropriate. Below are some signs of possible developmental delay. Read More


Recognizing Dyslexia

Many children are diagnosed with dyslexia, dysgraphia and dyscalculia; however they are unable to receive services through their school district through an Individual Education Plan (IEP) because parents are told that these terms are not recognized by the state or school. Read More


Parenting Challenging Children

Every parent knows that raising children can be challenging as well as rewarding. New studies show that more than half (56%) of working parents with children under the age of 18 find that having to balance the responsibilities of their job and the responsibilities of raising children difficult. This difficulty can often lead parents to feelings of bitterness regarding raising their children. This bitterness can be difficult to admit, especially if parents feel as if other parents are having an enjoyable experience raising children. Read More


Getting to know Dr. Nicole Schumann

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.

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