Exploring the neurocognitive underpinnings of learning and behavior allows us to evaluate and discuss what makes children behave as they do, how adults impact children's behavior, and the ten actions you can take today to enhance communication, collaboration, and compliance. This content-rich web conference will provide collaborative techniques for clinicians, parents, and teachers to use with children who are challenged with conditions such as anxiety, ADHD, depression, EFD, and SPD. Rated as one of the Top 100 Docs to "listen to" on Twitter, Dr. Kenney will share brain-based activities that can be used with children and parents immediately to help families develop skills to raise calm, competent, and ethical children.
Dr. Kenney will discuss:
This web conference is intermediate instructional level and designed to help clinicians:
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Dr. Kenney provided lots of added resources and examples throughout the workshop. She incorporated current brain research into suggested therapeutic approaches with children. I particularly enjoyed learning about the added interventions that can augment standard psycho-therapeutic approaches. - Catherine Gruener, LCPC, NCC
I loved her theoretical-based, practical, and common-sense approach on how to deal with children. I loved when she said at the beginning "You as a parent need to discipline yourself" (meaning self regulation). - Cristina Fandino EdD, MEd
Two CE credits will be provided by GoodTherapy.org for attending this web conference in its entirety.
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Lynne Kenney, PsyD, is a pediatric psychologist and mother of two in Scottsdale, Arizona. Dr. Kenney completed her fellowship training in developmental pediatric psychology and forensic psychology at Harbor-UCLA/UCLA Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Medical School. She is the author of The Family Coach Method and co-author of Bloom: Helping children blossom, a digital book designed for parents to help their children develop essential behavioral, social-emotional, and communication skills. Combining her love for brain development and motor movement, she developed Play Math to assist children between 6 and 11 years of age in learning their math facts using hoola-hoops and playground balls for increased algebraic thinking.
Dr. Kenney combines her passion for education and clinical practice with media skills to bring education to parents, teachers, and students using state-of–the-art technology online, in person, and on television. She has been actively involved in education for over twenty years with students ranging from gifted 2nd grade students (math) to psychology doctoral candidates. Her current clinical work focuses on using movement to enhance executive function, social and math skills, and skills of everyday family living. Dr. Kenney is a national speaker and past consultant to The International Nanny Association. She is the family expert for Happy Family Organic Superfoods and was National Ambassador for The National Head Start Association, 2007.
For more information on Dr. Kenney and her work, please visit www.lynnekenney.com.