A child psychologist, Dr. Dunn works with children, adolescents, adults and families, and serves as the Director of the Psychological Services Center at Auburn University. Her blog, Childpsychmom, provides practical and user friendly information from her shared experiences as a child psychologist, wife, and mom of four.
Curt Hinson, Ph.D., (a.k.a. Dr. Recess) has taught physical education in elementary schools for 16 years and at the college level for more than 14 years. He currently works as an educational consultant for PlayFit Education Inc., presenting workshops for school districts, teachers, and students. A graduate of Temple University, where he earned a Ph.D in kinesiology, Dr. Hinson teaches in the graduate program at Canisius College in Buffalo, NY and is an adjunct professor at Rowan University in New Jersey. He has two sons.
Pediatricians Dr. Naline Lai and Dr. Julie Kardos are the co-founders of the pediatric advice blog Two Peds in
a Pod, listed as one of the “5 Pediatric Healthcare Blogs You Should Read” by the Aha Media Group. Primary care doctors for nearly 20 years, Drs. Kardos and Lai met as residents at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. They currently practice at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Carenetwork in Newtown, PA. Each of them have three children and a dog.
A psychologist in Oakland, CA, Dr. Reischer specializes in family therapy and parent education. In her work with clients, she employs a variety of methods including cognitive behavioral techniques, mindfulness-based techniques, and insights from positive psychology. In addition to clinical research publications, Dr. Reischer also writes a blog, What Great Parents Do. She is also a certified yoga instructor, and a mom of two.
Dr. Tello is a primary care physician at Boston’s Massachusetts General Hospital. Board-certified in internal medicine, she has a special interest in women’s health. She has two cats and two young children, including one with special needs, and writes a blog about balancing work and family called Generally Medicine, and is a regular contributor to the blog, Mothers in Medicine.
A registered dietitian as well as a certified athletic trainer, White specializes in culinary nutrition, recipe development and sports nutrition. She is nutrition expert for FoodNetwork.com, contributes to the site’s Healthy Eats blog, and writes her own blog, where she shares chronicles meals shared with her own two daughters. She has contributed recipes to a wide variety of publications, including Harvard Medical School’s Healthy Harvest Regional Guides, and her first cookbook, First Bites: Superfoods for Babies and Toddlers, will be available in winter 2015.