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2014



SEPTEMBER  
 6th
Current "Crisis" in Sports Concussion
Presented by: Dan Blackwood, Ph.D. & the Granite Mountain Psychological Society
 

Prescott College · 228 Grove Ave. ·  Prescott

 
  10th
Educational Consulting-Who, What, Why, https://sierratucson.com/stt_events_registration.php?eventID=54&eventkind=p&date=638
Sponsored by Sierra Tucson
We will discuss the role of an Educational & Treatment Consultant in long-term planning and potential out of home placement for children, adolescents and young adults with special needs. The presentation will provide information for the audience on the spectrum of special needs programs including Diagnostic Facilities, Residential Treatment, Therapeutic Boarding & Transitional Living programs. Special focus will be on Outdoor Behavioral Care (WildernessTreatment) and how it is used in the process.
Presented by: Lynn Presley, M.A. and Brenda Loringer, Certified Addiction Specialist and Family Systems Trained Interventionist
​The Pointe Hilton Squaw Peak Resort · 7677 North 16th Street. ·  Phoenix

 
OCTOBER  
 

3rd
Brain Integration
Presented by: Lynn Leu, Ph.D. & the Granite Mountain Psychological Society

Prescott College · 228 Grove Ave. ·  Prescott

 
NOVEMBER  
 1st
Coherence Therapy - Transformation vs Suppression of Symptoms
Presented by: Sarah Edmonds, Ph.D. & the Granite Mountain Psychological Society

Prescott College · 228 Grove Ave. ·  Prescott

 
 8th
Parenting Essentials: Tools for Surviving and Thriving, from Toddlers to Teens
9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
This is a conference for parents, sponsored by CSN. Dr. Gabrielle Lawrence will open with a presentation on Proven Approaches for Positive Parenting: A Brain-based, Attachment-Based, Mindfulness-based Model. Next, there will be break-out sessions with different speakers, on Surviving and Thriving, from Preschool to Primary Years, presented by Dr. Beth Onufrak and Surviving and Nine Ways to Communicate More Effectively with Your Adolescent presented by Larry Waldman, Ph.D. The final talk will be on the topic of Bullying: Legal Issues and Current Policies Every Parent Should Be Aware Of, presented by attorney Hope Kirsch. All who attend will receive raffle tickets for gift cards and donated items. For more information and to register visit, http://csn-az.org/index.htm.
Registration fee $20

New Way Academy · 5048 E. Oak Street · Phoenix 85008

  

 

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