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Bryan Harrison

Bryan Harrison, PhD is the father of two highly entertaining children (4.5- and 2.5-years-old) whom he's very fortunate to raise with his partner and wife of 10 years. He plays a clinical psychologist at work, which includes being in private practice and retaining an adjunct faculty position in the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Rochester Medical Center. He works with kids and their families around a variety of presenting concerns with a focus on individuals with developmental differences. He has worked extensively with individuals with autism spectrum disorder and their caregivers, and has been blessed to learn and grow with these families.

Developmental Milestones and Delays: When To Seek Help

By September 13, 2016 No Comments

Whether it’s your first child or your third, parents often wonder if their child is meeting their milestones on time. We’ve all felt our stomachs drop as a fellow parent on the playground asks if our toddler or preschooler is doing something yet because their child is. If you have more than one child, you’ve […]

Categories: Ages + Stages, Disability + Disability Advocacy, Newborns + Infants, School-Aged Children, Toddlers + Preschoolers

What is Autism & When Should Parents Seek A Diagnosis?

By July 18, 2016 No Comments

As a clinical psychologist, I regularly speak with caregivers who worry about their child’s development. Usually families are referred to me after a primary care pediatrician or a teacher has noted differences in their child’s interaction or communication. Autism is usually high on caregiver’s list of concerns, especially if they’ve looked up their child’s symptoms […]

Categories: Disability + Disability Advocacy, Mental, Emotional, + Behavioral Health