This session is part of the Understanding Issues Teens Face Today series. These free education sessions are for parents, caregivers, and those who work with teens. Presenter: John Laing, R.Psych. (Prov), Rockyview School Division Learn additional intervention strategies and skills for parents and teens with ADD / ADHD. Session Location: This session will be held in Room … Continue reading Helping Teens Diagnosed with ADD/ADHD Part 2
Presenter: John Laing B.A, B.Dipl, M.Ed, (Prov.) Psych. The session will be an overview of ADHD and how issues with impulsivity and/or inattention impact children's ability to manage their environments. The session will also explore the impact ADHD has on Executive Functioning and how it relates to managing everyday tasks, and meeting daily expectations at home … Continue reading ADHD and Executive Functioning
Presenter: Mark J. Griffin, Ph.D., Founding Headmaster, Eagle Hill School Mon Feb 26 at 12:00pm ET Knowing more about executive functions can give you a deeper understanding of your child’s ADHD diagnosis. Mark Griffin, Ph.D., will be on hand to answer your questions about your child’s ADHD and executive functioning issues. Simply go to live.understood.org at … Continue reading ADHD and Executive Functioning Issues
Presenter: Dr. David Teplin This webinar addresses the commonly observed overlap between Adult ADHD and Substance Use Disorders. While each are independent disorders, there are several factors involved as to why there exists such high overlap rates, both in ADHD clinical settings, as well as in addiction treatment settings. Register HERE.
Presenter: Diana Dow-Edwards, PhD, Professor of Physiology/Pharmacology; Anatomy/Cell Biology and Neural and Behavioral Sciences; State University of New York, Downstate Medical School, Brooklyn, NY. Please join visiting Neuroscientist from New York, Dr. Diana Dow-Edwards to learn about: Pharmacology and anatomy of endocannabinoid system. What exogenous cannabinoids do to developing nervous system. Mental health consequences of adolescent … Continue reading Marijuana and Development of the Brain
Presenter: Caroline Buzanko, PhD, Registered Psychologist, Clinical Director, Koru Family Psychology. ADHD is often thought of in terms of its symptoms and associated problems. Unfortunately, a deficit-based approach, focusing on what is wrong, can be very impairing for children and their families. However, there are so many positive qualities of ADHD that need to be celebrated! In this session, you … Continue reading ADHD is Awesome!
Presented by Dr. Aslaug Woelstad and Alethea Heudes (doctoral candidate). This four part series is designed for regular classroom teachers in middle and junior high schools. The 12 hour workshop, spread over four months, will focus on evidence based strategies to understand and address behavior challenges in early adolescence. Facilitated by a team of an … Continue reading Managing Middle School Mayhem: Evidence based strategies to address behavioral challenges in the classroom
Yes, ADHD IS different for women. Linda Roggli, PCC is hosting the 3rd Annual Women's Palooza. Join her and 33 of the world’s top ADHD experts to talk specifically about women’s issues. This is a free online event! Speakers include: Sari Solden Ned Hallowell Kathleen Nadeau Ellen Littman Thomas E. Brown Stephen Hinshaw Roberto Olivardia Rick … Continue reading 2018 ADHD Women’s Palooza!
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Presenter: Mark J. Griffin, Ph.D., Founding Headmaster, Eagle Hill School Thu Feb 01 at 12:00pm ET For today’s chat, we’re going back to basics. Join Mark Griffin, founding headmaster of the Eagle Hill School, to learn about the basics of dyslexia and reading issues, and to get answers to your questions about how you can help … Continue reading Dyslexia Basics: What It Is and What to Do?