Freedom from Panic: Learn to Identify and Manage Panic and Anxiety in Adults

Presenter: Rachel Strohl, Psy.D. View the webinar’s corresponding slides here        Download the Webinar This presentation will discuss panic attack symptoms in adults. Webinar attendees will learn how to identify panic attack symptoms in several of the common anxiety disorders, including Panic Disorder, Social Anxiety, Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD),

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Insight into the Anxious Learner: Research and Intervention

Presenter: Hilary Murphy, Ph.D. Neuropsychologist, CNNH NeuroHealth View the webinar’s corresponding slides here        Download the Webinar The negative impact of anxiety on all areas of cognitive functioning, particularly attention and learning, has been well established in educational and psychological research. However, more recent studies suggest that the

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Tourette Syndrome: Help Control Your Tics by Learning What Triggers Them

Presenter:  Sheila Rogers DeMare View the webinar’s corresponding slides here        Download the Webinar Tourette Syndrome was described in a professional publication as one of the “most mysterious medical curiosities on the planet. To date, the primary research has focused on genetics along with disappointing attempts to find

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Understanding and Tracking Implicit Biases

Presented by: Milton A. Fuentes, Psy.D View the webinar’s corresponding slides here        Download the Webinar Implicit bias, what exactly is it and how might it present itself in your life? Do you look past differences to see possibility? Perhaps you have a preconceived idea about a child that

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PTSD: Unpacking the Myths About Trauma and Exploring Solutions

Presented by: Dr. Zachary Infantolino View the webinar’s corresponding slides here        Download the Webinar Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is often thought of as a disorder that only impacts military veterans. However, nearly 90% of people will experience a traumatic event in their lives. The goal of this

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Exploring and Managing the Impact of ADHD Across the Lifespan

Presented by: Hillary Murphy, Ph.D. View the webinar’s corresponding slides here        Download the Webinar While Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is commonly associated with childhood, research indicates that deficits in attention and executive functioning can persist well into adolescence and adulthood. For those individuals whose symptoms are misunderstood or

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Cognitive, Executive, Emotional, and Behavioral Interventions for students. Designing interventions that work!

Presenter: Dr. Sarah Allen View the webinar’s corresponding slides here        Download the Webinar Designing interventions in a classroom can be tricky. A whole-child centered approach is needed to improve children’s functioning, build skills, and develop strategies to promote learning and independence. This lecture will review the essential

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STOP: An Anti-Bullying Guide for Families, Schools, and Others Working with Children

Presenter: Graham Hartke, Psy.D. View the webinar’s corresponding slides here        Download the Webinar Bullying is a serious and far too pervasive problem that may lead to long lasting problems for children, adolescents and adults. Effective intervention and prevention of bullying is essential to protect our kids, quickly

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The Relationship Between TS and Autism

Presenter: Roger Kurlan, MD View the webinar’s corresponding slides here        Download the Webinar Dr. Kurlan received his BA from the University of Rochester, and MD from Washington University, St. Louis. Dr. Kurlan is internationally recognized for his expertise in the clinical care and research of neurological movement

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How Anxiety and Repetitive Behaviors Interact to Complicate Your Child’s Life

View the webinar’s corresponding slides here        Download the Webinar  Individuals with anxiety and related repetitive behaviors often qualify for more than one such diagnosis, or they may present with a singular set of symptoms that does not clearly fall into any one diagnostic category (e.g., Tourettic OCD,

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