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“My passion is enabling children and parents to communicate in positive ways to create more Peaceful Interactions.  I encourage parents to perceive their child’s behavior in a new way, and to understand what their child is trying to communicate through their actions, and to improve parents’ own self-awareness.  Children learn strategies to improve self-confidence and independence.  Through a team approach, I help facilitate a positive home-school connection that is vital to their child’s success, and help parents to embrace their time with their children.” 

    - Lanie Goldberg

  • Do you wish you could enjoy your child more?
  • Are you frustrated with your child?
  • Are the old methods and strategies not working anymore?
  • Does your child appear unmotivated, unfocused, and not working up to his/her potential?
  • Does your child need help with organizational skills?
  • Do you need help bridging the gap between your child and their school?
  • Does homework time become fighting time?
  • Does your child have difficulty playing well with others?
  • Does your child need help with problem solving skills?
  • Does your child become easily frustrated?

If you feel that you are losing control of your child, do not lose hope!  Lanie teaches the use of positive language and setting clear and consistent limits, to help create a warm and loving home environment.

Lanie is presently a special education consultant providing educational therapy, evaluations, and family training services to children and families through the Department Of Health Early Intervention Program.  She has experience as a special education teacher in a variety of school settings (preschool through high school), with students with learning disabilities, emotional and behavioral difficulties.  She also helps families to negotiate the special education maze by providing support to parents in communicating with their child’s teacher and school, and attending Committee on Preschool Special Education and Committee on Special Education meetings.  Lanie is also a consultant with ARC of Rockland and has been facilitator of the Sibling Support Program for the past 5 years, providing educational and counseling support to children with siblings with developmental disabilities.  She also has a private practice supporting families and children with emotional, behavioral and learning difficulties.  Lanie Goldberg is married and has three children.
Education:  Lanie received an M.A. in Developmental Psychology at Teacher’s College, Columbia University and an M.S. in Special Education at CCNY.