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Filippini_Exhaustion to Empowerment- A Closer Look at Behavior Management

EdRev Expo 2019 Workshop: From Exhaustion to Empowerment—A Closer Look at Behavior Management [presentation]

Build your student’s confidence and independence through strengths-based behavior management – and avoid exhausting power struggles. The first step is a shift in thinking about why challenging behavior occurs.  Presenter Alexis Filippini, PhD, explores the intersection of old-school behavior science and modern mindfulness to support young people in developing skills to manage their own behavior. Read more »

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EdRev Expo 2019 Workshop: The College Support Services Buffet—Skills for Identifying and Using Services [presentation]

Students transitioning from high school to post secondary education often struggle to disclose they have an LD and make use of college support services, resulting in educational derailment. Adam Lalor, PhD , and Tabitha Mancini, Director of Customer Relations and Outreach at LandMark College, discuss the types of support services available to students in college, frequent challenges faced by students with LDs seeking services, and what they can do prior to entering college to prepare to better access the support services available. Read more »

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EdRev Expo 2019 Workshop: Empowering Your Child with ADHD [presentation]

Parents of children with ADHD learn a variety of practical strategies to help manage their children’s behavior, and, more importantly, to help empower their children to manage their own symptoms. Presenters Amanda Kuryluk, PhD, Trenna Sutcliffe, MD, Christy Tadros, LPCC, discuss improving communication and increasing compliance, establishing routines, completing homework successfully, and building confidence. Read more »

Shelton_Maintaining Resiliency During the Late Night Melt Down

EdRev Expo 2019 Workshop: Maintaining Resiliency During the Late Night Melt Down [presentation]

Is your child/family going through a transition that’s turning your household upside down? Perhaps it’s a new school, or grade level…and it’s pushing you to the edge of your limits.  Learn what building and sustaining resiliency may look like for your family, especially in the most difficult of circumstances.
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Parnello_Understanding Dyslexia and Accommodations

EdRev Expo 2019 Workshop: Understanding Dyslexia and Accommodations [presentation]

What is dyslexia and how does it affect students in the classroom? In this session, CHC’s Lisa Parnello, Literary Specialist and Wilson credentialed trainer,  identifies key characteristics of dyslexia and how it can present in the classroom. Participants also learn about accommodations to help students with dyslexia as well as evidence-based programs that help remediate reading and spelling difficulties. Read more »

Fessel_Navigating the Maze of Mental Health Insurance

EdRev Expo 2019 Workshop: Navigating the Maze of Health Insurance for Mental Health Related Interventions [presentation]

Presenter Karen Fessel provides an overview of some of  the steps involved in getting insurance to cover intensive mental health treatments for teens, including outdoor and traditional residential therapies, along with day treatment and outpatient mental health treatments. Read more »

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EdRev Expo 2019 Workshop: Anxiety and the Twice Exceptional Child [presentation]

What does it mean when your child has been identified as twice exceptional? Students who are twice exceptional have unique challenges. They often experience anxiety as a result of some of those challenges. CHC’s Vivien Keil, PhD, talks about the makeup of a twice exceptional student, why they experience anxiety, and how you can help. Read more »

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Debate on LGBT Rights Contributed to Homophobic Bullying

bullyingresearch505Scientists have uncovered new evidence that heated political discourse over proposed laws involving marginalized groups, such as debates about the rights of LGBT people, can contribute to an increase in bullying linked to students’ identity in schools. It is the largest study to date to examine the link.

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Here’s What Teens Say They Need

teengirl503Educators are trained to provide students with the help they need to thrive both academically and socially. It’s important, however, to recognize that our experiences may be, and most likely are, very different from what our students experience today. Read more »

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Cops and No Counselors: How the Lack of School Mental Health Staff is Harming Students [downloadable]

CopsandNoCounselors503Today’s school children are experiencing record levels of depression and anxiety, alongside multiple forms of trauma.

Cops and No Counselors: How the Lack of School Mental Health Staff is Harming Students reviews state-level student-to-school-based mental health personnel ratios as well as data concerning law enforcement in schools. Read more »

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