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Sharon Saline, Psy.D., funnels her three decades of academic excellence and clinical experience helping families connect better and argue less into her book, What Your ADHD Child Wishes You Knew: Working Together to Empower Kids for Success in School and Life – the recipient of two highly-acclaimed awards: American Book Fest’s Best Book Award and Moms Choice Awards’ Gold Medal.
A cum laude graduate of Brown University, she received her master’s degree from New College of California and her doctorate from the California School of Professional Psychology. Dr. Saline animatedly combines psychology with her love of theatre in her lectures and workshops, is a contributor to ADDitude magazine and Psychology Today and a lecturer at the Smith School for Social Work. drsharonsaline.com @DrSharonSaline.
“Dr. Saline’s information was so helpful. I particularly appreciated the Stop.Think. Act advice and have used it myself. I would love to have her present to us again”. — Parent, Wayland, MA
“Hi! I thought she was great! Her advice was solid and I learned a few things. I would like to find out when she will be in The area again so I can take my husband!” — Parent, Wayland, MA
“Dr. Saline’s talk on ADHD was very insightful and helpful for me on many levels. As a parent it really helped me understand what my daughter is going through and how to approach things with her in a different way then I had to with my older daughter. I found the real life examples from her patients very helpful because they explained what it is like to live with ADHD from their perspective. It can be hard for those of us who don’t suffer from this to really understand how this affects them in school as well as their daily lives. She offered some great tips on how to break things down for the kids to help them be successful in all aspects of life.To be honest, I haven’t stopped talking about what I learned last night. It has given me so much to think about. In addition to the presentation, I think it would be really helpful to have a workshop where we could role play.I would highly recommend that teachers, TA’s and anyone who works with children that have ADHD in the school system attend one of her talks. I don’t think people understand how challenging tasks can be for these children and how hard they have to work to get things done.” — Parent, Wayland, MA
Previous Speaking Engagements
- The Williston-Northampton School
- Family Institute of Pinole
- Smith College School for Social Work
- The Center for Human Development
- University of Massachusetts
- Brooklyn Public School District 16
- Parent and Community Workshop on Anxiety and teens
- The Small Boarding School Association Conference
- The Benchmark School
- The Robert Louis Stevenson School
New York, NY
- The Russell Byers Charter School
- The Northampton Public School District
- The Hilltown Charter School
- William James College of Professional Psychology
- CHADD International Conference
- Psychotherapy Networker Symposium
- Additude.com Webinars
- The Willie Ross School for the Deaf
- Wayland Public School Special Education Parent Advocacy Event
- CATDC, California Teachers Development Collaborative
Bay Area, CA
- Sonoma Academy
Santa Rosa, CA
- The Athenian School