Developmental & Behavioral Pediatrics
We are so appreciative to have had your advice and counsel during this difficult last year. Our family needed an outside view to help us see how “stuck” we all were. It is so great to have Natalie back to smiling and working on new goals, and we are all hopeful for a better sophomore year.
I am sharing with you a post during my “thankfulness challenge” this month. “I am thankful for Dr. Korb and the CDM for recognizing that ‘all great minds do NOT think alike.’ Dr. Korb has a great way with kids and their parents. His strategies help kids realize their potential…” We both sit back and marvel at where he is — compared to where he was when we first met with you in his high school freshman year. Thanks so much for your role in his turn around.
Our son, Ryan, has come a long way in your nine years of care. He, like all of us at that age, has a long way to go, but the doors are open thanks to a lot of help. We are grateful for your help and mentorship of Ryan. I remember my goal in elementary school was for him to avoid prison — now it may just be white-collar crimes. Ha!
Thank you! In a nutshell, Sebastian has never been more pleasant to be around. His threshold for frustration is much higher which enables him to focus on tasks longer and, thus, gain more satisfaction from having been engaged in or completed those tasks. For the first time ever, he made it through an entire soccer practice without complaining, arguing, “hurting” himself, becoming enraged at a teammate or plain collapsing into tears. In fact, he seemed to thoroughly enjoy himself! This was a breakthrough. Even at school, Sebastian appears more relaxed than he ever has around his peers…
I want to take the time to thank you for all your help. I was very impressed with the consultation report. Talking to me and my son for a short period of time, you were able to write a report as if you had known him for many years. I am grateful for your time…Thank you for the kindness and support you have shown us.