Cognition Neuro webinars

Presenter(s): Thomas E. Brown, PhD

Increasingly, ADHD has been recognized as an impairment of the brain’s executive functions. Research has demonstrated that for more than half of adolescents and adults with ADHD their functioning is complicated by one or more additional psychiatric disorders. This webinar will describe various types of comorbid disorders often associated with ADHD and will include ways psychologists can take comorbid disorders into account in assessment and treatment of clients with ADHD.

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Presenter(s): Ann E. Boehm, PhD

This webinar will provide an evidence-based framework for assessing and teaching relational concepts essential for learning and emotional regulation. Dr. Boehm will discuss how this is done with students with diverse needs, such as those with disrupted learning, autism spectrum disorder, visual or hearing loss, and cognitive challenges. Checklists and key references will be provided.

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Presenter(s): Kyra Minichan, MA, CCC-SLP

This webinar covers the ways Kyra, a clinician of 30 years, successfully utilized Cogmed and brought about change in clients with ADHD and executive function weaknesses. She will share her framework for success that will help you identify ideal clients, highlight transformation stories, and present several different models for using Cogmed.

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Presenter(s): Craig Frisby, PhD

Professional organizations that train practitioners to serve children in schools have expressed a longstanding concern over “equitable” and “nondiscriminatory” cognitive assessment for examinees from diverse racial/ethnic/language groups. This session will highlight these issues in detail (as informed by relevant research) and promote future directions that align with ethical best practices.  

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Presenter(s): Wayne Adams, PhD, ABPP and David Sheslow, PhD

In this free webinar, the WRAML3 authors illustrate the depth and breadth of information acquired from a full WRAML3 Interpretive Report administration using two case studies. It is intended for experienced users of the WRAML and has extra time allotted for questions from attendees.

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Presenter(s): Chris Huzinec

Young children who have challenging behavior are more likely to continue to have problems with socialization, school success, and mental health concerns into adolescence and adulthood. This presentation examines how behavioral screeners and assessments, best practices in classroom management, evidence-based behavioral supports, and social/emotional learning instruction can be coordinated within a program to support children’s social, emotional, and behavior needs.  

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