Education Consulting Blog

Who needs a consultant with the Internet’s information at our fingertips?

It is truly amazing to put a word or phrase into Google and get all of the information that one could possibly need! Really? The biggest question..

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Leslie Goldberg Interviewed on NPR

Leslie S. Goldberg, M.Ed., CEP was interviewed on the Faith Middleton Show on NPR last week. In the discussion, Leslie describes a couple of..

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College Bound or Down? Back on Track After Therapeutic School

As educational consultants we work with many families whose children might be labeled “troubled teens” or have had issues with emotional..

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Wilderness High?

No, this blog is not about a new concept for a high school. Nor is it about getting intoxicated in the woods. “Wilderness high” is the incredible..

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The Anatomy of Our Own Personal Crisis

Dad was failing rapidly and needed a new kidney. The world stopped. Nothing else mattered. We came together...

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Educational Consulting Tools of the Trade

Educational consulting is not a science in the literal sense of the word. There are a myriad of factors to consider when placing a client;..

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Intervention 101: "Will My Child Ever Love Me Again?"

Oftentimes I meet with parents of an at risk child who know conceptually that some sort of intervention is required. However, their heart isn't..

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Positive Educational Consulting Outcomes

As Intake Coordinator, I frequently find myself speaking to a parent with a child in crisis. Every child presents a unique case, but the..

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Manic Depression? Bipolar Disorder? Focus on Needs, NOT Names...

Throughout my nearly 24 years as an educational consultant, various diagnoses have been known as the "diagnosis du jour" and yet one stands out..

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Educational Consultant Services (Crystal Ball Not Included)

When parents call for help with a child, adolescent, or young adult they are often in crisis and we first and foremost need to determine if we..

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