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Mental Health Contributors

Susan Bodnar, Ph.D., Clinical Psychologist, is a contributor in the area of parenting and child & adolescent mental health with a cultural and environmental perspective.
Post #01: The Diagnosis: What Now?
Post #02: Growth, Separations and Transitions: A Four-Part Series – Part I: New Grade
Post #03: Growth, Separations and Transitions: A Four-Part Series – Part II: Camp
Post #04: Growth, Separations and Transitions: A Four-Part Series – Part III: Changing Schools
Post #05: Growth, Separations and Transitions: A Four-Part Series – Part IV: College

Ranu Boppana, M.D., Adult, Child & Adolescent Psychiatrist, is a contributor in the area of gifted education and child and adolescent mental health.
Post #01: The Center for Gifted Studies and Education at Hunter College
Post #2: To be announced

Jennifer Hope, Ph.D. Jennifer Hope, Ph.D., School Psychologist, is a contributor in the area of assessment of learning and behavior disorders.
Post #01: How “Different” Is My Child?
Post #02: Your Child Can Become a Strategic Learner
Post #03: Our Children and Race — How Far Have We Come?
Post #04: Your Child’s Evaluation
Post #05: To be announced

David Markowitz, Ph.D., Clinical Psychologist, is a contributor in the area of child & adolescent mental health.
Post #01: To be announced

Courtney Rennicke, Ph.D.Courtney Rennicke, Ph.D., Clinical Psychologist, is a contributor (and advisory team member) in the area of parenting and child development.
Post #01: Yet Another Reason to Kill Your Television…
Post #02: The Fear of Falling Behind
Post #03: Making Sense of the Chaos: Identifying Triggers for your “Challenging” Child
Post #04: The Proactive, Purposeful, Power of Empathy: Preventing Chaos
Post #05: Drawing Restraint: Marshmallows and Metacognition
Post #06: To be announced