Monthly Archives: September 2017

ADHD: Dr. Wisely’s 3-Part Series, Fall 2017

Dale Wisely, Ph.D. is offering his 3-part series on ADHD on Wednesday mornings, October 4, 11, and 18 at 9:00 AM – 10:30 AM at the Charles Mason Board of Education Building, 32 Vine Street, Mountain Brook 35223.

This program is co-sponsored by ALL IN MOUNTAIN BROOK and the school system’s Department of Student Services.

“There is nothing more important to a child with ADHD than to have adults in their lives who understand the disorder,” says Dr. Wisely.  “It is as important as any other form of treatment. When adults understand the disorder, the quality of the ADHD child’s life can improve dramatically. Helping us understanding this complex disorder is the goal of this series.”

Here is the schedule.

  • October  4, 9:00-10:00AM: Understanding the Disorders
  • October 11, 9:00-10:00AM: Treatments and Interventions
  • October 18, 9:00-10:00AM: Managing ADHD at Home

This program is intended for parents who want a deeper understanding of the disorder. However, the series has been attended by educators, pediatricians, nurses, and social workers. All are welcome. The program is free–but please register below!

To register, please click here.

Dale Wisely Ph.D. is Director of Student Services and Community Education at Mountain Brook Schools and has been a child and adolescent clinical psychologist for 35 years.  At the school system, he directs counseling and guidance, nursing and student health, at-risk programs and parent and community education, among other duties. Dr. Wisely earned his M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in clinical psychology from the University of Memphis. He served his clinical internship in psychology at West Virginia University School of Medicine, Department of Behavioral Medicine in Charleston, West Virginia. He also holds a Master’s in Theological Studies from Spring Hill College. He was a Visiting Assistant Professor at the University of Alabama and, for 14 years, the senior psychologist at Children’s Hospital’s Vaughan Clinic. He participated in the training of many child psychologists in Alabama. He practiced clinical psychology including assessment, psychotherapy, and pediatric psychology in Birmingham from 1983 to 2006 before joining Mountain Brook Schools. Dr. Wisely has taught and held adjunct faculty appointments at the University of Alabama, the University of Alabama-Birmingham, and Spring Hill College.


“Parenting the Teenager Driver” Thursday, September 14

Dr. Dale Wisely will offer his “Parenting the Teenager Driver” talk twice on Thursday, September 14. The morning session will be 9:00-10:30 a.m. and the evening session 6:00-7:30 p.m. at the Mountain Brook Board of Education, 32 Vine Street.
All are invited, including your teenagers!
“Parenting the Teenage Driver” is brought to you by Mountain Brook Schools and All In Mountain Brook.
Call 877-8349 with questions.