Important Work of Play
Play is a necessary and valuable contributor to children’s development. Unfortunately, in an atmosphere that prioritizes competition and achievement, play can become less of a priority.
When to Worry About Your Child’s Worries
Presented by Jerry Bubrick, Ph.D. ## Join Dr. Jerry Bubrick, Senior Psychologist, from the Child Mind Institute for a presentation and focused Q and A on ‘When to Worry About Your Child’s Worries’. He will speak about children’s mental health, signs to look out for, what anxiety looks like in school,
Outgrowing the Child Neurologist: Transition in Tourette Syndrome
Presented by Lawrence W. Brown, MD## Adulthood may come naturally, but it takes years of preparation. There are many challenges and barriers facing adolescents with any neuropsychiatric disorder. But there are also practical solutions that can lead to optimal success for youth with Tourette syndrome. Lawrence W. Brown, MD is Associate
Using Positive Psychology to Find More Happiness Everyday
Presented by Anton Shcherbakov, Psy.D, BCBA ## Historically, the science of clinical psychology has focused on the treatment of mental illness. However, in the 1990s, psychologists began to study more deeply what actually makes us happy. They found that happiness is not the absence of depression or anxiety, but the
Neurodevelopmental Conditions and Anxiety: Common Causes and Effective Solutions
Presented by Christopher Lynch, Ph.D## High rates of anxiety have been reported across a range of neurodevelopmental conditions including ADHD, Autism, Tourette Syndrome, and Learning Disability. In this webinar, Dr. Lynch explores the reasons why these conditions are so often accompanied by anxiety. Practical and effective strategies for addressing anxiety
Ask the Doc: A Neurologist’s Perspective
Presented by Dr. Michael Rubenstein## Do you have a question about your Tourette Syndrome or your childs Tourette Syndrome? Dr. Rubenstein is answering questions about TS in all its stages. Dr. Michael Rubenstein is a graduate of the University of California, Davis, and West Virginia University School of Medicine. He
Non-Medical Treatment of Tics: An Overview of CBIT and the Rutgers Tourette Syndrome Clinic
Presented by Dr. Graham Hartke ## This webinar will provide an overview of Comprehensive Behavioral Intervention for Tics (CBIT), a structured evidenced-based non-medical intervention for tics based on cognitive behavioral therapy. CBIT helps individuals of all ages learn tic management strategies and reduce tic symptoms. There will also be a
AIR Therapy Dogs: Paws For Minds
Presented by Tricia Baker, Attitudes in Reverse## Discussion on how dogs are good for our mental wellness. We will cover the different types of legal support dogs and the laws they fall under. We will also discuss how the role of therapy dogs have expanded in the past 10 years.
Youth Suicide: Starting the Conversation
Presented by Maureen Brogan and Wendy Sefcik## This presentation will provide an overview of the scope of youth suicide, who may be at risk and what we can all do to prevent our youth from dying by suicide. It will be an open and honest conversation about the second leading
“In These Uncertain Times”: Returning to School in an Age of Anxiety
“In these uncertain times“ is a phrase that has been thrown about so frequently during our struggles with managing and adapting to COVID-19 that it has become a cliché.