• Dallas, Texas
  • Preschool 4 -8th Grade

Resource Library

LEAF Resource Book List    . Tutors List (Fall 2017).  Additude Magazine  .  ADHD Parent Teacher Handbook  .      Signs & Symptoms Of Learning Disabilities

The ADHD Guide To Mobile Apps & Digital Tools  Thriving in College with ADHD. Helping Children with ADHD and ASD Sleep  .   The ADHD Guide To Making & Keeping Friends  .   ADHD Homework Survival Guide  .  Secrets Of The Brain    


LEAF Initative

LEAF (Learning Education & Assistance For Families) began as an idea by SMS parents with similar experiences and challenges. This idea was cultivated and soon developed into an organization that will help our community grow together in understanding learning differences among children.

Together we can support one another by providing ideas, information, resources and a place to connect with other families on a similar journey.

Please join us for an upcoming Speaker Series!
Feel free to view our upcoming speaker schedules, resources library, and provide us with feedback on any event or topic of interest.

Upcoming events:


“Connecting with the Connected Generation:  Parenting in the Age of Screens.” 

Speaker:  Dr. Kristen Ohlenforst
Date: Tuesday, September 11th 
Time: 7pm – 8:30pm
Location: Family Center Upper Lounge Room 201

Join Dr. Ohlenforst for a thoughtful discussion on how to better understand and respond to your child’s need to connect.  In her presentation, she’ll review key changes in your child’s developing brain, and how these changes influence your child’s interests, choices, and decision-making.  After highlighting current research on screen time, she’ll offer helpful tools and strategies for how you — as a mindful parent — can help your child foster healthy interpersonal relationships and increased self-awareness.

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Kristen M. Ohlenforst, PhD is a licensed clinical psychologist specializing in individual and family-based interventions for children, adolescents, and adults. She completed her doctoral training at The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, and subsequently completed her Postdoctoral Fellowship in Child and Adolescent Psychology at Stanford School of Medicine. 

Shortly after returning to Dallas, Dr. Ohlenforst founded Therapy Dallas, a group practice offering coordinated and comprehensive psychological services for children, adolescents, and adults in the Dallas area. Her primary areas of specialty include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) for individuals with Anxiety Disorders, and individualized Parent Consultation for parents of children and adolescents with various emotional and behavioral difficulties. 

As co-author of Moose the Worry Mutt Goes to Doggie Daycare, a therapeutic children’s picture book teaching children how to “bark back” at their worries, Dr. Ohlenforst enjoys speaking to groups of parents, students, and school administration on topics related to identifying and managing childhood anxiety. More broadly, she enjoys speaking on a variety of topics pertinent to healthy child and adolescent development, focusing on accessible and effective strategies for parents and children alike. 

You may read more about Dr. Ohlenforst, her speaking engagements, and the services available through Therapy Dallas at www.therapydallas.com

 
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