Stixrud webinar – Tuesday, November 30 – 6-7 PM Please join us for the next Stixrud Group webinar on Tuesday, November 30, from 6 to 7 PM. Dr. Yael Rothman will be discussing “How Do I Know When My Child Needs a Neuropsychological Evaluation?”. As always, we will have a short, 15-minute presentation, followed by a 45-minute Question & Answer session. We hope to see you there! The zoom link follows. Please direct questions and RSVPs to firstname.lastname@example.org. Susan Hammond (she, her) is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting. Topic: Stixrud Group Webinar Time: Nov 30, 2021 06:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada) Join Zoom Meeting Link: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/86436259041 Meeting ID: 864 3625 9041 One tap mobile +13017158592,,86436259041# US (Washington DC) +16465588656,,86436259041# US (New York) Dial by your location +1 301 715 8592 US (Washington DC)
A Talk with BroadFutures Advisory Board Member, William Stixrud, Ph.D. Talking with Young Adults to Promote InternalMotivation, Stress Tolerance, and Independence. In this presentation, Dr. Stixrud, a clinicalneuropsychologist, author, and BroadFuturesAdvisory Board Member, will discuss ways ofcommunicating with young people thatfacilitate a healthy, respectful parent-childrelationship, while promoting autonomy,agency, and resilience. He will discuss the crucial importance for young people of having a healthy senseof control over their own lives, as well as communication strategies that can helpteens and young adults find their own internal motivation. Dr. Stixrud will include ideas from his first book, co-authored with Ned Johnson,The Self-Driven Child, and from their new book, What Do You Say? How to Talk WithKids to Build Motivation, Stress Tolerance, and a Happy Home. This talk will be held over Zoom. To receive the Zoom link, please RSVP to Carole Trevey (email@example.com).
Stixrud Discussion #4: Young Children (K-3rd) and Covid: Quarantines, Worries, and Returning to School Presented By: Dr. Susan Jenkins, Clinical Psychologist at The Stixrud Group This is the fourth installment of the Stixrud Series that will focus a range of challenges seen in children during the COVID-19 pandemic. The presentation will be 15 minutes long with a 45 minute Q & A. FREE TO EVERYONE! We hope to reach as many people as possible, feel free to share this with your friends and family! Time: May 25, 2021 07:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada) Join Zoom Meeting Meeting ID: 885 0302 8266 Passcode: 8720 *Registration is required to join this meeting* Click the link below to register in advance for this meeting: https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZwod-qorDMoHNIUC_jGAxiPNvY4pTOqb8i-
Assessment of ADHD and Executive Functioning in Kids and Teens Presented by Dr. Katia Fredriksen, Pediatric Neuropsychologist at the Stixrud Group This second installment of the Stixrud series will give a basic overview of dementia and ways to minimize the risk of dementia. The presentation will be 15 minutes long with a 45 minute Q & A. FREE TO EVERYONE! We hope to reach as many people as possible. Feel free to share this with your friends and family! Topic Discussion: Assessment of ADHD and Executive Functioning in Kids and Teens Time: April 20, 2021 7:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada) Meeting ID: 872 0701 8540 Passcode: 907425 Register for Session
Dementia and Superaging: Protect Your Parents, Strengthen Your Brain Presented by Dr. Jesse G. Brand, Board Certified, Clinical Neuropsychologist This second installment of the Stixrud series will give a basic overview of dementia and ways to minimize the risk of dementia. The presentation will be 15 minutes long with a 45 minute Q & A. FREE TO EVERYONE! We hope to reach as many people as possible. Feel free to share this with your friends and family! Topic Discussion: Dementia & Superaging Time: March 23, 2021 7:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada) JOIN ZOOM MEETING Meeting ID: 999 6394 7040 Passcode: 165954
The Stixrud Group: COVID-19 Update We have been open for in-person, face-to-face evaluations since June, 2020! As of February 12, every employee of the Stixrud Group has received both doses of the Covid vaccine! Our testing model: The majority of our clinicians are using a hybrid model of in-person testing and tele-health interviews and feedback sessions for most clients. This allows us to decrease in-person interaction. Covid-19 precautions in the office: The Stixrud Group follows guidelines set forth by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). We begin each day by staggering the arrival of our in-person clients, to minimize exposure between families. We will ask you to call the front desk when you park, and you will be instructed to come up to the office or, possibly, to wait a few minutes. Parents of very young children, or clients who need extra help, are usually able to stay in our (spacious) waiting room, but we ask all other parents to find another place to wait so that we are not overcrowded. When you arrive, your clinician will take the client’s temperature, as well as his/her own, and screen for COVID-19 symptoms. Every office has been arranged so that the psychologist or psychology associate and the client are sitting at least 6 feet apart for the majority of the testing, there is a plexiglass barrier on every desk, and every room has at least one HEPA-certified air filtering machine. Finally, all employees, clients, and families are required to wear masks at all times, including in the waiting room.
This is the first zoom parent group in a series about ADHD and Learning Differences. The presentation will be 15 minutes long with a 45 minute Q & A.
UNDERSTANDING VARIATIONS ON THE SPECTRUM Talk: Hiding in Plain Sight: Recognizing Autism in Girls Presenter: Donna Henderson
Parenting Autism Summit, The Subtle Presentations of Autism Register Here Presented by : Dr. Donna Henderson Kids with less-obvious autism tend to mask their difficulties making it harder for them to get an accurate diagnosis. Sometimes they remain undiagnosed, other times they end up with labels like “narcissist”, “personality-disordered”, or “rude”. In this presentation, Dr. Donna Henderson goes through the DSM-V Criteria for Autism point by point, and describes how each issue can present. Once you understand what the criteria actually entail, you’ll be better able to communicate with your diagnosticians if you suspect autism. And if your child already has autism, you’ll better understand the issues they may struggle with. When asked to describe herself, Donna writes: One day, my kids were asking me to explain what I do at work. I didn’t think they wanted to hear about neuropsychological tests and report writing, so I explained it this way: I’m a detective. The mystery is always that a wonderful, bright person is not doing well in school or at work, and I need to figure out why and help them do better. I can only look for clues by spending time with that person, asking them to do different kinds of tasks. I have been doing neuropsych evals for over twenty years and I can honestly say that I am enjoying it now more than ever. No child or adult should have to go through life with an undiagnosed problem, feeling badly about themselves and not knowing how to make things better. In addition to my formal training, I have had additional training at home for the past 19 years with my three children, who have taught me all about parenting kids with autism and ADHD. I meant to add a line about what I do in my spare time, but having a wonderful husband, three amazing children, and a gratifying career leaves little free time (and I wouldn’t have it any other way)!
The THRIVE Center for Emerging Young Adults CE Program Presents: Subtle Presentations of Autism Presented by Dr. Donna Henderson, Psy.D. and Dr. Salya Namazi, Ph.D. In this presentation Dr. Henderson and Dr. Namazi will discuss the ways that autism symptoms present in individuals who struggle socially but are not obviously autistic. They will also focus on the particular challenge of recognizing autism in girls and women. Don't miss these informative and dynamic speakers! Date and Time Friday, May 17, 2019 12:30-2:00 PM Cost Free 1.5 CE Credits Offered Attendees of this presentation can expect to: Discuss the ways that autism symptoms present in children and adolescents who struggle socially but are not obviously autistic Identify the ways in which autism presents in girls and boys Identify common myths and misconceptions about people at the high end of the autism spectrum Please RSVP to Sara Love at Sara.Love@mythrive.net **Please indicate in your RSVP if you will need a certificate for CE credits**