Holiday Stress: Coping Skills for Parents and Kids
Presenter: Dr. Michael Osit, LP View the webinar’s corresponding slide presentation here View this webinar » Dr. Osit discussed helping parents identify signs of stress in themselves and their children, causes of stress, and ways to prevent and manage Holiday related stress.
The NJCTS Tourette Syndrome Program at Rutgers University: A Model Resource for the TS Community
Presenter: Shawn Ewbank, Psy.D. View the webinar’s corresponding slide presentation here View this webinar » Dr. Ewbank, clinic director, explained how the NJCTS Tourette Syndrome (TS) Clinic works and the services it provides from counseling to research to training of doctoral students. Dr. Ewbank went more in depth on the
Cyber Safety Guide for Parents and Educators
Presenter: Graham Hartke, Psy.D. View the webinar’s corresponding slide presentation here View this webinar » Dr. Hartke covered not only the how cyber bullying occurs but how to monitor the risky behavior that is being used in the online world. He presented strategies on how to limit these behaviors and
Dealing with School Refusal
Presenter: Robert Zambrano, Psy. D. View the webinar’s corresponding slide presentation here View this webinar » Dr. Zambrano discussed some of the underlying anxieties that cause school refusal and gave appropriate interventions. He also covers a collaborative approach between parent, student and school.
Medication Managment for Tics and Tourette Syndrome
Presenter: Mark Mintz, MD Download this webinar’s slides » View this webinar » Dr. Mintz spoke about pharmacological therapies that help in achieving positive outcomes in treating the neuropsychiatric symptoms of Tourette Syndrome. He spoke of the types of drugs that have been shown to be beneficial as well as
iSocialSkills: Strategies to help students, parents, and educators reduce risks, cope with challenges, and utilize interactive technology in pro-social ways
Presenter: Graham Hartke, Psy.D. Download this webinar’s slides » View this webinar » Dr. Hartke discussed the impact technology has had on communication, learning, attention, and socialization in today’s society. He then gave us strategies to help students, parents, and educators reduce risks, cope with challenges, and utilize technology in
A Systematic Approach to Parenting
Presenter: Steven E. Tobias, Psy.D. Download this webinar’s slides » View this webinar » Dr. Tobias gave us insight on how to parent our children systematically rather than emotionally. He helped us understand that what worked for one child may not work for another and to get the results we
Food Choices: How do they affect our performance?
Presenter: Stephanie Goodman, CNC View this webinar by clicking here Ms. Goodman guided us through much of the information and misinformation about nutrition that is out there today. She also touched on signs of food allergies or sensitivities. Ms. Goodman gave us practical ideas changes that can be made to
Generation Text: Raising Well-Adjusted Kids in an Age Of Instant Everything
Presenter: Michael M. Osit, Ed.D. Download this webinar’s corresponding slides here. View this webinar by clicking here Dr. Osit offered parents practical techniques and realistic strategies to help parents raise happy, well adjusted, and well behaved kids. He shared tips and advice on establishing a foundation of limits and expectations.
Educational Rights Part 2 – Denial of Services and Discipline Issues
Presenter: Susan Conners M.Ed. Download this webinar’s corresponding slides here. View this webinar by clicking here Ms. Conners explained the recourse a person has when the school has denied services for a child. She covered what a functional behavior assessment is, what the objective is and gave concrete examples of