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Psychologist at CUCARD-Westchester

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Lindsay Hardy, PsyD, and Meghan Tomb, PhD

This Learning Disorders fact sheet covers the types and symptoms of specific learning disorder, as well as information about dyslexia, dysgraphia, and dyscalculia. 

John Paul M. Reyes, PhD

People of all ages, including children, teens, and young adults, sometimes feel down, depressed, irritable, or sad. If these feelings last longer than 2 weeks and start to affect parts of daily life such as eating, sleeping, relationships, or school, a person may be experiencing depression.

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