Therapeutic Homework Club Success

Usually when you say “homework,” most struggling 8th graders run.   My colleagues, Stacey Clark, Jay Reiter and I were shocked when we heard that 4 of our therapeutic homework club students went to their school administrators and asked if the program could continue until the end of the year.  Typically, our model is a short term program, but when struggling students... Read More

Coaching Services: A Holistic Approach

The Center for Collaborative Change’s coaching services has been updated and expanded. I am tremendously excited to announce a dynamic professional will be joining the center and bringing an expanded coaching service. Kimberly Clark, M.Ed. has joined the team, partnering with me to provide an additional suite of services.  This fall saw the launch of our first partnership,... Read More

We are excited to welcome to Johanna Mautz, LICSW, to our new location.

We would like to welcome Johanna Mautz, LICSW to our new location.  Johanna will bring a proven and engaging methodology to Exeter, based on helping couples and parents improve communication and listening skills.  She will be taking new clients as of Sept 1st, 2012 and will be offering an Imago parent training this fall. To contact Johanna, call 603-686-6212 For more information... Read More

Therapeutic Homework Club goes International

Friends, I am excited to announce the Therapeutic Homework Club methodology will be presented at the 20th annual World Congress on Learning Disabilities: First European Conference in Zurich, Switzerland. “Learning Disabilities Worldwide (LDW®) sponsors an annual international world congress for kids, parents, and professionals. The World Congress on Learning Disabilities... Read More

For Pediatricians from Learning Disabilities Worldwide

Fantastic resource regarding Learning Disabilities and ADHD written by Dr. Larry Silver.  This free PDF reviews diagnosis, effective screening suggestions, treatment options and secondary/co-morbid conditions. Introduction “School is the “workplace” for children and adolescents. Successful school performance is essential for psychological growth and development. Social... Read More

“No one holds the whole picture.”

The Center for Collaborative Change was developed to meet very specific needs: eliminating the barriers to educational and emotional independence.  There are many missed opportunities when it comes to the education and treatment of children with emotional, educational, attentional and behavioral difficulties. These children can be better served by a carefully constructed collaboration... Read More

Parent/Teacher/Provider Relationships

By seeking, fostering and guiding positive relationships with the education community, other health professionals, parents and children in the collaborative process, a positive, doable system will results in more effective change, more harmony among the involved participants and therefore more effectiveness for children in need. Provide a collaborative and preventative connection... Read More

Contact us:

Ben Hillyard
Phone - 603-686-5169
Fax - 603-686-5008

Tiffany Sailor (Office Manager, billing)
Phone/Fax - Same as above