ADHD is the most common learning and behavioral disorder in childhood, affecting four to 12 percent of all American children. But understanding the disorder is only the first step. Without early identification and proper treatment, ADHD can have serious consequences, including school failure, depression, conduct disorder, failed relationships and substance abuse.
Luckily this does not have to happen. Attend this 1-hour audioconference with internationally-known expert speaker Esther Williams, LPC, and she’ll provide you with insight and information to assist the ADDer in avoiding most of ADHD’s negative effects -- and becoming the successful person he or she is capable of being. You’ll learn Esther’s creative approach to identify ADHD problems find a solution rather than trying to suppress or punish the behavior.
In this valuable session you’ll learn:
Have additional questions? You have the floor with Esther during an interactive Q&A!
Who should attend? Counselors, teachers, special-education specialists, social workers, juvenile detention workers, and parents. School nurses, school guidance counselors, those in charge of IEP plans, and any professional that has to live and work with ADHDers.
Your registration includes:
- Barbara J. Cobuzzi
Esther Williams, LPC, is a nationally known educator, author, and licensed professional counselor who brings her unique style and humor to professional development seminars and keynote speeches. Williams has experience as a middle school teacher and counselor and an elementary and alternative school counselor. She has twenty-five years experience in public education. Williams has worked with students with ADHD as a classroom teacher, school counselor, private practice therapist, and is the...
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