Exploring with the Experts 2022

Exploring with the Experts

Understanding and Managing ADHD in the Classroom
With Dr. Cami Winkelspecht, Ph.D.

November 11th

Hosted by Centreville Layton School

Professionals and parents are invited to join us for a day of Professional Development led by child clinical psychologist Dr. Cami Winkelspecht, Ph.D.

In this two-part workshop, attendees will first grow to understand ADHD more effectively and what the experience of managing these symptoms may be like for students with ADHD. We will work through education on symptoms, evaluation, and evidence-based treatment options. We will discuss the developmental trajectory of ADHD symptoms across childhood and adolescence and what evidence-based treatment looks like for children and adolescents with ADHD.

In the second part of this workshop, attendees will learn about evidence-based strategies proven to effectively help to manage and reduce impact of ADHD symptoms in the classroom. Through review of evidence-based strategies, attendees will learn ways to apply these skills and techniques in the classroom and simple ways to make a big impact.

Time for questions will be provided throughout the workshop.


$75 per person.
Contact Jennifer Burns for group rates.

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