Dr. Edward Hallowell

Founder of the Hallowell Center, Psychiatrist, Author
Dr. Edward Hallowell
“Churchill Center & School is like heaven on earth for children who have learning differences or ADHD. ”

“This school totally gets it,” Hallowell continues. “They use a strength-based model so that the students learn to love life and love the process of learning. Each child gets an hour of one-on-one work with a teacher every day. The faculty meets as a group every day so each child is well-known to all. When I walked in the door I could immediately feel the joy and positive energy that permeates the place. The teachers love working there, the kids love learning there, and I’m sure the parents thank God every day for the blessing called Churchill Center & School.”

A graduate of Harvard College and Tulane School of Medicine, Dr. Hallowell is a child and adult psychiatrist and the founder of The Hallowell Center for Cognitive and Emotional Health in Boston MetroWest, New York City, San Francisco and Seattle. He was a member of the faculty of the Harvard Medical School from 1983 to 2004 until he retired to devote his full professional attention to his clinical practice, lectures, and the writing of books.

Dr. Hallowell is a highly recognized speaker around the world. He has presented to thousands on topics such as ADD, strategies on handling your fast-pace life, the Childhood Roots of Adult Happiness, how to help your employees Shine, ADHD and Relationships and other pertinent family and health issues. He has been prominently featured in the media, including 20/20, Oprah, Dr. Oz, CNN, PBS and NPR as well as 60 Minutes, The Today Show, Dateline, Good Morning America, US News and World Report, Newsweek, the Harvard Business Review, Washington Post, New York Times and other popular publications.

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