The Orchard Human Services, Inc. has finally published Dr. Darleen Claire Wodzenski's new book to help parents of young children promote healthy social development. The book includes a handy checklist and guide to help parents get and keep their children on track for healthy socialization. This book is great for new parents, seasoned parents who suspect their child has a challenge, and little ones with identified problems including Autism, Attachment Disorder, Emotional and Behavioral Disorder, and developmental delay.
Parents will learn how to spot socialization challenges in early childhood, how to have their child properly evaluated, and where to find help. Plus, effective strategies that parents can do at home to promote better social skills of young children ... no matter the child's level of social development. The book discusses social developmental problems and some simple ways to create better outcomes. Autism, social development delay, and other problems are discussed.
This book is part of a larger developmental framework for addressing the learning, growth, and development of infants, children, and youth that is the cornerstone of Orchard Human Services' work. The organization works to promote awareness of such developmentally supportive strategies to parents, educators, mental health professionals, peace officers, and human service workers.
All proceeds from the purchase of this ebook go to support the programs of The Orchard Human Services, Inc., a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization and our sponsor. The author and illustrator, Dr. Darleen Claire Wodzenski, is a Clinical Mental Health Counselor, parent and teacher trainer, and special education teacher. Read more at OrchardHumanServices.org
Darleen Claire Wodzenski, MS ESE, MA CMHC, PhD Psychology of Orchard Human Services, Inc. and PNE Institute, LLC.
Dr. Darleen Claire Wodzenski is a Clinical Mental Health Counselor who specializes in promoting the healthy social and emotional development of children with special needs and challenges. Services address the underlying challenges inherent in Attachment Disorder including RAD and DSED; Autism Sectrum Disorders and challenges with Neuro-Atypical status; as well as learning, behavioral, emotional, developmental, and mental health challenges.
As a Child therapist and family counselor, she provides services around the Metro Atlanta area including Alpharetta, College Park, Cumberland, Hiram, and Marietta. She can be reached at 779-686-0894 and by email at D@OrchardHumanServices.org