Rosalie Finer, Ph.D.
Dr. Finer has been licensed as a psychologist since 1989, promoting success for children faced with a wide range of behavioral difficulties, relationship issues, ADHD, anxiety, mood problems, and school related issues. She provides warmth, while utilizing a strength-based and collaborative approach with children and parents.
Dr. Finer consults in school settings with teachers and administrators to address behavioral and emotional challenges and coordinate classroom management strategies. She is the former director of a professional services center in a graduate school program, where she developed and implemented school based mental health programs.
Azine Graff, Psy.D.
Dr. Graff has been helping children and families achieve success with everyday matters since 2005. She has worked in a variety of settings: schools, homes, and the community in order to help parents and teachers develop alternative strategies that would promote overall wellness in children. Dr. Graff has worked extensively in helping children and adolescents address their worries, low self-esteem, and difficulties getting along with others. She has also helped parents address difficult behaviors that come about, while increasing confidence in parenting.
Dr. Graff is trained in Child Parent Psychotherapy (an evidenced based practice focusing on attachment between child and caregiver). She utilizes the parent-child connection in building understanding, developing independence in the child, and promoting a positive relationship among family members. She also maintains certification in multiple evidence based practices, such as the Positive Parenting Program (TripleP), Trauma Focused - Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), and Seeking Safety. Her calm demeanor and empathic ability helps both parents and children feel at ease in addressing challenges.
In addition to her work at Harmony in Parenting, Dr. Graff is also a member of Motherly Media, Inc.'s panel of experts and her writing has appeared on HuffPost.
To promote optimal wellness in youth and help parents develop strategies to practice mindful parenting.