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Educational Therapy Sessions!


At San Diego Kids First, we are committed to growing our practice in order to provide continued support for you and your family. Due to high demand, our Educational Therapist, Sheri Friedman, is now opening up more appointment options for families! Whether you are looking to increase, maintain, or advance your child’s academic progress, tailored [...]

Educational Therapy Sessions!2024-03-10T23:33:06+00:00



As a psychologist who specializes in early childhood, I know how important early intervention is. The research is clear - children who receive interventions prior to age 6 show the most marked gains in their developmental progress and demonstrate the most positive outcomes. That is why I feel so strongly it is very important to [...]

FREE DEVELOPMENTAL SCREENINGS- Limited Time2024-02-27T02:36:53+00:00

San Diego Kids First is Hiring!


Our highly specialized psychology practice is committed to maximizing children, teens, and families' developmental, social, emotional, behavioral, and academic potential. We are looking for an expert clinician in the field who can bring their wealth of knowledge and background in treating children with a variety of developmental, behavioral, and mental health conditions. We are currently [...]

San Diego Kids First is Hiring!2023-02-09T05:27:32+00:00

Summertime Quick Tips to Improve your Child’s Handwriting!


(Many thanks to my friend and exceptionally talented and knowledgeable colleague Danielle Shulman for this article!! For information about Danielle,  or to read more of her tips on improving handwriting skills visit her website at www.writesteps.com                   - Dr. Deb) It’s summer time! The kids are at camp, [...]

Summertime Quick Tips to Improve your Child’s Handwriting!2013-07-31T08:35:43+00:00

When learning to read or write is a challenge. What to look for, and what you can do to help.


This post was written by my colleague Maria Bagby, from Therapeutic Literacy Center. (858) 668-8366 maria@therapeuticliteracycenter.com, www.therapeuticliteracycenter.com Why is learning to read, write and spell difficult for some of our children? The real question is why isn’t it? We are hard-wired for learning to sit, stand, walk and talk.  But reading and writing have to be [...]

When learning to read or write is a challenge. What to look for, and what you can do to help.2013-05-23T12:42:26+00:00
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