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Psychologists, Counselors, Social Workers, Case Managers, Marriage & Family Therapists, Nurses, Teachers/Educators, Speech-Language Pathologists, Occupational Therapists & Occupational Therapy Assistants, and other Mental Health Professionals
- Explain how neural associations impact children's ability to learn and handle their emotions in school and how to change negative associations.
- Distinguish the connection between social skills and executive function in the brain.
- Identify when we should give children time to develop, versus initiating intervention and evaluation.
- Demonstrate how to reinterpret seemingly maladaptive behavior as purposeful, adaptive behavior with a meaning, then learn how to shift it.
- Describe how to overcome resistance to assessment and intervention.
- Ascertain a new lens to help focus on skill-building instead of diagnosis.
Reinterpret & Shift Maladaptive Behaviors
- Overcome fears and negative feelings about school
- Decide when it’s time for intervention
- Mastery and self-esteem
Understand Neural Associations for learning & emotion
- Beyond diagnosis: Skill-building
- The relationships among executive functioning, learning challenges, ADHD, and social skills
- Tackling parents’ assumptions, fears, and objections to assessment and intervention
Prepare a Child for Success & Resiliency
- Optimal academic stimulation
- Looking for the purpose behind students’ behavior
- The keys to social, emotional, and mental health
- How relationships are essential to optimal learning