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Testimonials


"Weaver Clinic taught my child to be independent."                      "The finest evaluations, period."  
    - A Brookline, MA parent                                                         - Educational consultant

"My evaluation felt like my last chance.  No one could explain why I was having so much trouble in school.  Now I understand my learning disabilities."
   - Ashland High School student
 

"I would not be in school without the Weaver Clinic.
     - Lynnfield, MA 15-year-old

"Thank you for taking time from your schedule to talk to our class about your experiences in becoming a Psychologist.  They really enjoyed the visit and got a lot out of what you had to say.  I particularly appreciated your advice to the group regarding doing what they love to do, proving someone wrong if they tell you you cannot do something, and to always work hard in school no matter how difficult it is, as it teaches you good skills for adult life.  These are important words of advice for me to keep in mind as I teach students and in thinking about the career aspirations of my own children.  You were our first guest speaker.  All others will have big shoes to step into."   -Special Education Teacher

Letters to Weaver Center:

What Clients say





(Clinician at The Weaver Center) played "thinking games" like Othello and Sorry, with my
son. These strategy games were a fun way to initiate important conversations. I
watched them play, stop the game, ask a question, and keep playing. I learned
how to better communicate with my very active little boy.



I had felt a bit lost before my son was evaluated at Weaver Center. I always
knew that he was extremely smart. However, I kept wondering when he would calm
down. I could not figure out why I was so exhausted and I felt guilty that I
thought he was difficult to parent. I was told by one specialist that our son
did not have ADHD. She thought we needed to be more nurturing, and then he
would calm down.

The Neuropsychological Evaluation was completely thorough. I knew definitively that
he had ADHD. I felt relieved that we finally had answers to our questions. I
was thrilled to learn effective communication skills with our then 7 year old
(that I still use 3 years later).



                                                                      (email from a parent) March 2013




John Miller, Principal

Barbara J. Rich, M.Ed.


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