Struggles with school are often tied to other developmental, behavioral, social or emotional issues. But with whole-child assessment, treatment and support, you can still Dream Big for your child.

Comprehensive help for children with learning disabilities, ADHD, autism, anxiety and depression in the north Atlanta metro area.

When a child struggles in school, they’re often struggling with other issues at the same time. But extra-help school specialists and traditional learning centers only focus on academics. And therapists only focus on mental health.

The good news is, you’ve just found a resource that bridges that gap. As an education and mental health professional, Dr. Ezrine offers advanced solutions for learning problems, plus psychological evaluation and treatment for children, adolescents, and young adults.

Understanding your child’s needs will help put things in perspective.


Every child has a unique learning profile, or pattern of strengths and weaknesses, that influences his or her capacity to learn.


Each child grows at his or her own pace and there is a wide range of variability in what is considered ‘normal’.


All children 'act up' at times and test the limits placed upon them by parents, teachers, and other authority figures.

Social & Emotional

It’s common in our fast-paced world for kids to experience emotional, academic, and social stress.

Here to help kids and young adults from age 2 to 26.

At Dream Big, we help children struggling with learning disabilities, ADHD, autism, dyslexia and other issues in Alpharetta, East Cobb, Roswell, Johns Creek, Milton and Cumming.

Whether or not you already have a diagnosis, we will start with comprehensive, customized learning and psychological assessments for your child. All services, records and diagnoses are confidential.

We’re not just here for your child. We’re here to support you too.

You’ve tried your best. But getting those calls from the school, or dealing with a child’s struggles or troubling behavior can break your heart. It can impact the whole family, and take your attention away from your other kids.

Once a whole-child evaluation is completed, you’ll understand what needs your child has and what strengths to build upon, as well as next steps and what to expect. Parents at this stage describe a sense of relief – and hope.

Good parents trust their instincts. They know when it’s time to reach out for help.

Every child is unique. Nurturing their strengths, and helping them find their own path, are the greatest gifts a parent can give. Do you have questions, or are you ready to get started?