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Psychologist Offers Advice to Parents on How to Help Siblings Set Themselves Apart

According to the Huffington Post, siblings may have one of the greatest influences on the type of person we are and who we become.

Roseanne  Lesack, Ph.D., BCBA-D, ABPP, director of the child psychology clinic at NSU, spoke with Today’s Parent, about how to make sure parents feel like each child is confident to choose their own path.

Roseanne Lesack, Ph.D., BCBA-D, ABPP

Roseanne Lesack, Ph.D., BCBA-D, ABPP

Dr. Lesack emphasizes how important it is for parents to pay close attention to what skills and interests each sibling has. She also says that if your child is shy, then enrolling them in a class with a friend may give them the courage they need to try new things.

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