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We believe that parents should be fully supported in realizing their goals for their children. Our mission is to to serve families of children with neurodevelopmental disorders around the world by educating and guiding parents to take a primary and active role in their children’s development.

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Carol Newell, Matthew Newell, and Kristin Reihman, MD

  /  Carol Newell, Matthew Newell, and Kristin Reihman, MD

Carol Newell, Matthew Newell, and Kristin Reihman, MD

Parent Training Course Presenters

Carol Newell

Carol Newell is the co-founder and director of the Family Hope Center and the co-author of Healing Your Child’ Brain. Her clinical experience and expertise are in early child development, especially in the areas of learning, communication, sensory, and social-emotional development. In the Parent Training Course, among other topics, she teaches parents how to create effective and individualized education plans for their children based on their developmental abilities and needs, how to develop their sensory abilities, and how to support healthy social-emotional development – including dealing with challenging behavior. Read more about Carol here.

 

 

Matthew Newell

Matthew Newell is the co-founder and director of the Family Hope Center and the co-author of Healing Your Child’s Brain. He specializes in neuro- and sensorimotor development, physical structure and health, and early motor development. In the Parent Training Course, among other topics, he teaches parents about neuroplasticity, brain structure and development, how to create an effective, individualized plan to support children with motor difficulties, and how to use the motor pathway to develop abilities in other areas as well – such as learning, visual and auditory processing, and sensory integration. Read more about Matt here.

 

 

Kristin Reihman, M.D.

Kristin Reihman, MD, is the medical director of the Family Hope Center and author of the book Life After Lyme. She is board-certified in both Integrative and Family Medicine and specializes in nutritional interventions to optimize brain and physiological health as well as treat chronic, debilitating conditions such as Lyme disease, allergies, or complex metabolic issues. In the Parent Training Course, among other topics, she teaches parents about the connection between the gut and the brain, the basic principles of healthy, anti-inflammatory diets, and how to use nutrition to support brain health and development. Read more about Kristin here.