Past Events

Thursday, March 21, 2024
In this seminar, we'll discuss what anxiety is, how it functions, and how children experience anxiety. We'll also review evidence-based treatments for anxiety in youth and provide some skills that parents can use to support their anxious child at home.
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March 6th, 2024; 10:00AM -11:15 AM
This presentation will address parent perspectives on the treatment of children with anxiety disorders and ADHD. It will review the major child anxiety and ADHD treatments with an emphasis on parent-based interventions. Parental attitudes and preferences will be discussed. Innovative approaches will be presented.
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Thursday, February 29, 2024
In this seminar, we'll discuss the history and development of evidence-based practices, how these treatments and approaches can be effective for children and families with a wide range of identities, and how to ensure that your child is receiving culturally informed care and what that might look like.
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February 7th, 2024;10:00-11:15 AM
This presentation will unpack knowledge dissemination and implementation, two necessary methods for ensuring the best evidence is provided in care settings. It is widely acknowledged that researchers often fail to effectively disseminate their research findings or fully describe the core components of new mental health interventions that are ready for use in practice. This presentation will review what is needed to implement new evidence-based interventions and practice settings and include an overview of recently developed tools to aid in this endeavor.
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Thursday, January 25, 2024
In this seminar, we'll discuss how to recognize the symptoms of selective mutism, the impact selective mutism can have on kids and adolescents, and effective treatment approaches. We'll identify skills that you can use at home to help your child engage in Brave Talk!
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