Introducing Dr. Sharon H. Press, Child and Adolescent Psychologist

August 10, 2017 • Posted by PartywithMoms in Education & Programs • Tags: , , , , Comments Off on Introducing Dr. Sharon H. Press, Child and Adolescent Psychologist  

 

In addition to a successful practice in Princeton, NJ, Dr. Sharon Press has opened a new office in Westport, CT providing diagnosis and psychotherapy for children, adolescents and adults. The services she offers include:

  • Individual Therapy
  • Family therapy for children and adolescents
  • Psychological and educational testing for children, adolescents and adults
  • Consultation with lawyers, regarding children’s needs in the divorcing process and the development of parenting plans for divorcing families
  • Marriage counseling

Parents who have worked with Dr. Press praise her practical, caring and direct approach in helping them resolve issues with their children, or understand their family dynamics. They comment that their work with Dr. Press led to positive results and greater understanding and managing of child, adolescent, adult and family issues.

Dr. Press completed a doctorate in Clinical Psychology from DePaul University in Chicago, an internship at Convalescent Hospital for Children in Rochester, NY, and advanced training in family therapy and cognitive behavioral therapy. Her continuing education courses have been focused on learning and developmental disabilities, as well as sexual abuse and substance abuse. She has had extensive training in divorce, and its impact on children, adults and the family system.

Learn more about Dr. Press on her website, www.drsharonpress.com or call her for an appointment at 203 – 221 – 0355. Her office is located at 260 Riverside Avenue, Westport, CT 06880.

Reader Alert!

Party with Moms is very pleased that Dr. Press has moved to our area and is available to help families. She has also agreed to write articles throughout the year on parenting issues for today’s times. Stay tuned for her first article, in September, on going back to school, including how to help your child or adolescent adjust to new circumstances and navigate social media. Future topics will address knowing if your child’s development is “normal”, how to help if your child is having difficulty adjusting to their new grade, how to recognize signs that your child is being bullied, and helping your child manage anxiety. We are thrilled to be able to share her expertise with all of you.

 

 

 
 
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