Steven Richfield graduated in the year 1986 His typical client is a child, adolescent, or young adult struggling with ADHD or high functioning ASD. Problems with adaptation to school, peers, home life, work and community bring havoc and heartache to the client, parents, teacher, classroom or social life. Underachievement, conflict with parents and siblings, damaged self-esteem, or issues navigating healthy friendships are the norm for the population I treat each and every day. Parents and teachers look to me for guidance in helping coach the client to better choices, improved school functioning, and overall psychological health. He uses a variety of tools to serve these goals. He specializes in building trusting relationships where He can ally with the healthy side of those He treats, and bring tailored guidance and strategic psycho-educational tools to address areas of functioning where growth is needed. Parents and teachers often play critical roles in extending the shelf-life of intervention. As the author of The Parent Coach,2003, a monthly parenting column for over 15 years, and the Parent Coaching Cards, He brings practical, hands-on skill building tools to the clients, parents, and teachers He treats and consult with everyday. This means that growth continues beyond my office door.