Dr. Hart's Philosophy
Dealing with dyslexia: My philosophy for caring for families
The Latest from Dr. Michael Hart
The DSM-V, SLD and Dyslexia: A Fascinating, Frustrating Disservice
The DSM-V Update Process In a Facebook posting about two weeks ago, Julya Johnson (nee Shane) asked me to comment […]Read More ›
Hyperlexia and Dyslexia: Phonologically Two Sides to the Same Coin?
Hyperlexia and Dyslexia: Phonologically Two Sides to the Same Coin? Julya Shane, my friend from Decoding Dyslexia Tennessee and Learning […]Read More ›
Why I'm Doing a Webinar on the CELF-5! What?
WHY DO A WEBINAR ON THE CELF-5 AND DYSLEXIA? My wife asked me the other day why I’m doing […]Read More ›
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I had the privilege to work with Dr. Hart for in a school setting and witnessed this very scenario. His clinical skills as a psychologist are the finest I have seen. His ability to explain the needs of children to the parents is extraordinary. He has those rare gifts of empathy and knowledge that he brings to each situation.
About Michael Hart, PhD
Michael Hart, Ph.D. is a child psychologist with 25 years of experience in parent and teacher training, educational technology, learning differences and diagnostic assessment of dyslexia and attention problems. He is the founder/owner of www.doctormichaelhart.com and is currently providing online webinars and courses regarding the proper educational care of our dyslexic students. Dr. Hart is intensely focused on supporting parents and teachers as they become better informed and more experienced in the effective treatment of our dyslexic students.