Developmental Considerations for OCD in Kids, Teens, and Adults

Presented by Jacquelyn Gola, Psy.D. View the webinar’s corresponding slides here        View the Webinar Although OCD is diagnosed using one set of criteria, it manifests differently across the lifespan. This presentation will explore OCD across different age groups. Webinar attendees will learn how OCD presents in children, adolescents,

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Improving Social Outcomes for Children with Tourette Syndrome and Other Neurodevelopmental Disorders

Presented by Azlen Theobald, Psy.D. View the webinar’s corresponding slides here        Download the Webinar An estimated 5% to 10% of the population are affected by neurodevelopmental disorders. Children with disabilities are at risk for peer rejection and stigmatization, which often leads to feelings of depression and isolation.

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Introduction to Mindfulness for Stress Reduction

Presented by Anton Shcherbakov, Psy.D, BCBA View the webinar’s corresponding slides here        Download the Webinar You may have heard the term “mindfulness” pop up on the news, in books, or through friends and family. It seems like everyone is talking about it these days! So what is

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I Wasn’t Aware. Brain Function: Why Do We Have One?

Presented by Dr. Vincent Kiechlin View the webinar’s corresponding slides here        Download the Webinar This webinar will cover the primary function of the brain and why we have one in the first place. Including: – the basic workings of brain cells – why they communicate with each

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IDEA and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973: What Every Parent Needs to Know

Presenter: Staci J. Greenwald, Esq. View the webinar’s corresponding slides here        Download the Webinar You will learn the origins and intent of the IDEA, what free and appropriate public eduction in the lease restrictive envirnment should look like. Placement in the appropriate learning environment will be discussed

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NJ Harassment, Intimidation and Bullying (HIB) Law: Know Your Rights As Victim and Accused

Presenter: Beth C. Manes, Esq. View the webinar’s corresponding slides here        Download the Webinar Webinar attendees will learn the basics of the HIB law, and what types of incidents are covered, what schools should be doing when they are made aware of potential HIB, how are victims

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Understanding and Dealing with Children Who Refuse or Avoid Going to School: A Cognitive-Behavioral Approach

Presenter: Meir Flancbaum, Psy.D. View the webinar’s corresponding slides here        Download the Webinar Almost every child puts up a fuss about going to school at one point or another. But for some youth, refusing to go to school or attending with intense discomfort, collectively referred to as

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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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