My child listens to you, but doesn’t listen to me. This sentence, or a statement similar to it, has been stated at some point by most parents and caregivers. There are those situations when it appears that your children are just “not listening.” They do hear you though. You may just have limited instructional control. Instructional control is a term used to describe our ability to motivate a child to comply with the instructions that we present them with. Here are a few things to remember every day to help you develop and maintain instructional control:Read More »
Assistant Director of Therapy and Clinical Services
Ewelina has been with the KGH team since 2012. She graduated from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology with a Masters Degree in Clinical Psychology with a specialization in Applied Behavior Analysis. Ewelina has previously worked in the school setting as well as with organizations focusing on autism research. Ewelina has experience in working with children and young adults with various developmental and social emotional disorders, administering various assessments, coaching and training families and professionals in both the Polish and English languages, and implementing behavioral interventions. In her free time, Ewelina enjoys cooking, being active, and spending time with family and friends.