Westport Day School
Therapeutic Education Cultivating Mindfulness, Ethics, and Wisdom


  • April 4, 2016

    On May 18th, A Way To Learn and the Westport Day School Present: Dr. Michelle Berg

    Getting Ready for College and Being Successful There:

    What skills do I need to transition to college and be successful there? How do I find the right colleges for me?

    Read the flyer at: Ready for college

  • January 4, 2015

    Press Release

    The Westport Day School (WDS) has moved to Wilton, CT and is now housed in a state-of-the-art, 10,000 square foot, academic space designed by CPG Architects in Stamford, CT. This newly constructed space provides light-filled, airy classrooms, a library, a yoga studio, and administrative space. The space will have a separate entrance for easy drop off and pick up. There is ample parking; and a private outdoor space.

    Read our press release at: WDS Press Release

  • October 1, 2015

    Connecticut Association for the Gifted

    The Connecticut Association for the Gifted is dedicated to providing an organization for Educators, Psychologists, Parents, Policy Makers, and others to learn about the unique educational and affective needs of gifted and talented children and how to meet these needs effectively in our schools, families, and communities. We recognize that gifted children come from all cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds and require special strategies to address their diverse abilities and interests.
    Connecticut Association for the Gifted

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  • The Westport Day School: A Safe Place for Anxious Students - Mark Beitel, Ph.D.

    Anxiety is one of the most vexing of all human problems, causing an incalculable amount of suffering for millions of people. Anxiety is an internal experience marked variously by tension, fear, and worry. Fear and anxiety can manifest similarly; however the former is a reaction to an identifiable external danger, whereas the latter may be an inappropriate or outmoded internal experience. Anxiety has cognitive (fears, worries, obsessions, compulsions), affective (tension, distress), and physiological symptoms (increased sweating, heart rate, etc.).

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