The CHC Breakfast
Building Bridges Between
Mental Health and Learning
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With Special Guests:
Stephen P. Hinshaw, PhD
Author of Another Kind of Madness: A Journey Through the Stigma and Hope of Mental Illness
Steve will bring his deep experience with ADHD/LD to his remarks at the breakfast this year. He will dispel myths about ADHD, help us better understand the basis of learning and attention differences (and the anxiety and depression that often accompany them), and share guidelines to support how we can be the best parents we can be.
Parent, author, youth advocate, co-founder of Parents Education Network
Dewey will speak about her experiences as a frustrated parent of two girls with learning differences and how she learned to manage her concerns by connecting with other parents, students and educators. She ultimately became a founder of Parents Education Network (PEN) so other parents could have a better experience than she did.
Ramsey Khasho, PsyD
Chief Clinical Officer, CHC Clinical Services
Dr. Khasho is Chief Clinical Officer at CHC with over 20 years’ experience evaluating and treating children, teens and families. He specializes in pediatric anxiety and depression, ADHD, ASD, assessment and family therapy. Dr. Khasho led CHC’s Teen Mental Health Initiative which has resulted in more therapy for teens including an IOP, increased public awareness and ongoing collaboration with multiple local community organizations.
Thursday, March 22, 2018
9:00-11:00am: Program and Breakfast
Sharon Heights Golf and Country Club
2900 Sand Hill Road, Menlo Park, CA
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Catherine Harvey and Perri Guthrie
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