Positive behavioral changes and mental health gains.
Improved sociability and understanding of others.
Significant and sustained increase in IQ.
Transformation of behavioral symptoms into dialogue and play.
Increased vocabulary and communication skills.
Why RNT is a better method:
A proven method for seriously emotionally disturbed and/or pervasively developmentally disordered young children.
More cost-effective than methods commonly used. (approximately one sixth the cost.)
Significant improvements more rapidly than with other methods.
It brings together, in a most sensible way, childhood educational and therapeutic synergistic service. I am delighted to recommend The Cornerstone Method Therapeutic Preschool Method enthusiastically.
Albert J. Solnit, MDCommissioner of the Connecticut State Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services from 1991-2000
We are seeing cognitive, social and human gains which have decreased the gap between these children and their typically developing peers. Children are thriving with less intensive special education service or returned to regular education class. The techniques are far more economical to use.
Jay S. Parnes, Ed.DSenior Administrator, Special Education
Danielle can now read very well and she gets along very well with her classmates and with adults… [She] seems very happy, and in her eyes one sees that little brightness that was missing. We are very happy about the recovery of our children and we are eternally grateful for the timely treatment you provided.
Monica Isabel SantosParent
I am impressed with how rapidly the children are engaged with the work and how well they respond. Dr. Kliman has developed a very humanistic approach that these children and their families deserve.
Nathan Szajnberg, MDClinical Professor of Psychiatry, UCSF, San Francisco Psychoanalytic Institute
An extraordinary teaching tool for the diagnosis and treatment of seriously disturbed preschool children
Janis Baeuerlen, MDAssistant Clinical Professor, Adult & Child Psychoanalysis, University of California, Berkeley
I wept when I saw videos of actual changes in children, and understood how much good this method was doing.
Paul Jay Fink, MDChild and Adolescent Psychiatrist, Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at Temple University School of Medicine