Rebecca Branstetter, Ph.D., is a school psychologist, author, and expert in the area of child development and education. She has published several books for parents and professionals on supporting struggling students, particularly those with attention and executive functioning challenges. Her insights have been published in a variety of media outlets, such as Huffington Post, Greater Good Science Center, CNN Health, and NPR. She is the creator of several online parenting courses, including a positive parenting course for neurodiverse families. For more, visit www.rebeccabranstetter.com.
Rebecca Branstetter, Ph.D.
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