Exploring with the Experts 2019

Exploring with the Experts: Issues Confronting Children, Adolescents, and Teens

November 11th, 2019
Hosted by Centreville Layton School

Professionals and Parents are invited to join us for a day of Professional Development led by area psychologists and psychiatrists. See the day’s schedule below.

8:30 am Registration & Networking Breakfast

9:00 am Identifying and Responding to Depression and Anxiety in School-Aged Children –Dr. Susan Jackson-Walker, Ph.D.

10:00 am Helping Students with Working Memory or Processing Speed Deficits –Dr. Harris Finkelstein, Ph.D.

11:00 am Autism Spectrum Disorder: Fostering Relationships and Social Communication Skills in the Classroom –Dr. Brittany Lyman, PsyD

12:00 pm Lunch will be provided

1:00 pm ADHD: Evaluation and Medication, Common Challenges and Best Practices –Dr. Donna Stephenson, MD

Registration

$75 per person; group rates are available by contacting us.

There is a special discounted rate for parents of students currently enrolled at CLS. If you are a current parent and would like to register online, please click here.

Register below or print out the Registration Form and mail it to us at 6201 Kennett Pike, Centreville De, 19807.

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