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Son Resistant to Help Thrives at New Directions

Family from Chicago

Our son has a complicated history. He has been very resistant to getting help and we have had some negative experiences with other programs. We have been extremely impressed by Dr. Rubin’s ability to both understand and connect with our son. In addition, he has won our son’s respect, which translates into our son making progress under Dr. Rubin’s care and direction. Almost from the start, we saw that Dr. Rubin is totally invested in his program and in the continued success and development of the boys in his care. He is patient and gentle, yet firm. He follows through on what he says he will do and his support staff does as well. In short, we are impressed with New Directions and its staff and feel very hopeful about our son’s future.

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