Presenter: Dr. Michael Rubenstein View the webinar’s corresponding slide presentation here Download this webinar This webinar addresses the chronology, type, and development of tics, presented by a neurologist who not only treats tics but lives with them. The intrinsic relationship between the associated behavioral manifestations of attention deficit and obsessive-compulsive disorder is explained.
Presenter: Dr. Graham Hartke View the webinar’s corresponding slide presentation here Download this webinar > Siblings of special needs children face unique challenges that are often overshadowed by other family needs. They must navigate issues of sharing, fairness, stress, helping out, and understanding. Dr. Hartke speaks about the challenges these siblings and their parents
Presenter: Dr. Rob Zambrano View the webinar’s corresponding slide presentation here Download this webinar > We’ve tackled explaining to your child that he/she has a mental health condition. You’ve explained it to the family. Now, do we tell the rest of the world? Who should know? How do we tell them? Dr. Zambrano
Presenter: Rebecca K. Spar, Esq View the webinar’s corresponding slide presentation here Download this webinar> This webinar is for parents, educators and others interest in understanding the rights of children with Tourette Syndrome or other associated disorders who are attending or applying to attend a private school; discussing the different kinds of
What to say and how to say it – how best to explain to your child and the family about a diagnosed mental health condition
Presenter: Dr. Lori Rockmore View the webinar’s corresponding slide presentation here Download this webinar > Your child has been diagnosed with a disorder. When and how do you tell your child? What about family? How do we tell them? What do we tell them? This webinar will give you a guide
Presenter: Dr. Andrew J. Lee View the webinar’s corresponding slide presentation here Download this webinar > Dr. Andrew Lee will help adolescents and their parents navigate the process between high school and college and help them learn how to set themselves up for a positive transition into a new era of
Presenter: Michelle Humm, PhD. — Dr. Humm helped parents, educators, and other clinicians learn to identify signs and symptoms of dyslexia, dispel commonly held myths about dyslexia, and discussed the research regarding the etiology/genetics, neuroanatomical underpinnings, neuropsychological profile, and common comorbidities of dyslexia. Dr. Humm discussed research supported interventions for individuals with
Presenter: Rebecca K. Spar, Esq. — Ms. Spar spoke about Charter Schools, how they are governed and what is required of them regarding accommodations in special education. She discussed how the applications may be discriminatory and when disciplinary action may violate your child’s rights.
Presenter: Colleen Daly Martinez, PhD, LCSW, RPT-S — In this webinar, Dr. Martinez discussed the differences between traditional talk psychotherapy and play therapy. She reviewed some of the history and theories of play therapy, and discussed how and when play therapy might be beneficial to children, adolescents, and even adults.
Presenter: Janice Autera, Psy.D. — Dr. Autera spoke about what mindfulness is and how self-compassion can improve quality of life. She explains the exercises and how to not get frustrated with your mind wandering.