Children with ADHD often present challenging and disruptive behavior at home.

The goals of the Parent Education Workshops include improved parent-child interaction, creating a more structured and predictable home environment, and better home-school coordination. The topics include use of positive attention, homework strategies, as well as the educational rights and learning styles of children with ADHD. Learn more about the Behavioral Parent Education Workshops (PDF) »

The workshops run for six weeks each and sessions are 75 minutes in length. The groups are lead by a licensed clinical psychologist. 

Sessions are designed to build upon one another, therefore it is imperative that all sessions be attended. Individual make-up sessions may be available.

The workshop is not geared towards families in crisis as families would be better served in a therapeutic crisis intervention modality and a higher level of care.

Currently we offer Parent Education (Part I) & Parenting Strategies (Part II):

The fall 2022 workshop schedule will be posted in September 2022. 

Referrals for services may be made one of two ways:

  1. If families are receiving services at the MIND Institute or the Child Behavioral Health Center, you may have your current treating practitioner/evaluator make an "in-house" referral to Dr. Stanislavsky.
  2. If your child has an ADHD diagnosis, and has not been evaluated by a MIND Institute clinician or by Child Behavioral Health, please contact Dr. Stanislavsky at or Nicki Rodriguez at
For specific questions about clinic services, contact Romina Stanislavsky (groups are appropriate for parents with children ages 4-11), contact Romina Stanislavsky, Ph.D. at 916-734-4033 or