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ANXIETY: ESSENTIAL STRATEGIESOF EFFECTIVE TREATMENT

October 14, 2017 @ 12:00 pm - 8:00 pm

ANXIETY: ESSENTIAL STRATEGIESOF EFFECTIVE TREATMENTnSaturday, October 14, 2017 8:00am-4:00pmnThe Universities at Shady Groven9630 Gudelsky DrivenRockville, MarylandnThe Center for Communication & Learning and Georgetown Psychology Associates are pleased to announce the 4th annual Innovators in Education conference, Mind Matters: The Neuroscience of Child Anxiety nParticipants in this workshop will:nIdentify unique features of stress, anxiety and negative thinking in childrennDescribe CBT techniques for treating anxiety, worry and negative thinking in childrennUnderstand the impact of anxiety on a child’s learning and behaviornParticipants will describe common antecedents for anxiety-related behavior in studentsnDescribe why common teacher practices and interventions may not always work for students with anxiety-related behaviornLearn effective preventative tools, strategies, and interventions that will promote self-regulation, initiation, and anxiety management in students.nSessions includenMind Matters: The Neuroscience of Child Anxiety presented by Dr. Catherine McCarthynHow to Help Pressure Cooker Kids Who Worry Too Much presented by Tamar Chansky, Ph.D. A Closer Look: Advanced Conceptualization and Treatment Approaches presented by Tamar Chansky, Ph.D. Between A Rock and a Calm Place presented by Jessica Minahan, M.Ed, BCBA.nTo learn more about this workshop or to register, please visit http://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/event?oeidk=a07ee1ir7hp15d31973&llr=pupymrgabnFor information, contact Susan Abrams at the Center For Communication & Learning, 301-468-9343 or info@innovatorsineducation.net.n

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October 14, 2017
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12:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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