Identifying & Supporting Children with Anxiety and Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) in the Classroom
This webinar aims to help parents and educators identify anxiety and obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) behaviors in the classroom across different age groups. This presentation will review empirically supported treatment protocols and focus on practical skills to support children with anxiety and OCD in the classroom. Devora Scher, Psy.D. is a
Three families tell their story to help others find their Tourette Syndrome community.
In this webinar, registrants will be introduced to the various school and agency based services available to help students aged 14+ transition from high school to adulthood. We will talk about the Pre-Employment Transition Services (Pre-ETS) offered by the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation Services (DVRS), additional transition related services from
As the adage goes, “too much of a good thing becomes a bad thing.” For most people, their moral and religious beliefs help them live meaningful lives. For individuals suffering from scrupulosity OCD, their moral and religious beliefs become a source of distress and panic that impacts their lives adversely.
Youth Advocate Peter Pendell answered the call to present at Ridgewood Avenue School for one of their students with TS: Sam.
Misophonia is characterized by sensitivity to specific sounds that can cause extreme physical and emotional distress. These intense and involuntary reactions can cause an individual to avoid certain behaviors and cause negative impacts on their daily functioning. Although the examination of Misophonia is an emerging field, recent studies suggest that