Los Niños Training Workshops - to March 2020 in New York, US

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Los Niños Training, LLC provides valuable professional development and learning experiences about early childhood development, challenges and ways to help overcome those challenges.

This will help early childhood professionals more effectively teach, care for, and intervene with young children and have them learn, grow and reach their full potential.  

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 Los Niños Workshops pricing for individuals and groups

  • Early Bird Rate (10% Discount) - Full Day $175, Early Bird Rate (10% Discount) - Half Day $75
  • After Early Bird Rate - Full Day $195, After Early Bird Rate - Half Day $85
  • Student/Parent (50% Discount) - Full Day $95, Student/Parent (50% Discount) - Half Day $40
  • Group 3-10 (20% Discount) - Full Day $155, Group 3-10 (20% Discount) - Half Day $65
  • Group 11-25(20% Discount) - Full Day $145, Group 11-25(20% Discount) - Half Day $60
  • Group 26+ (20% Discount) - Full Day $135, Group 26+ (20% Discount) - Half Day $55

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UNDERSTANDING SENSORY PROCESSING DISORDER AS A GUIDE TO RELATIONSHIP-BASED INTERVENTION

Full Day Workshop, Friday, February 21, 2020, 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM, Early Bird Ends 2/14/20

Cicatelli Associates Inc (CAI), Global Conference Center, 505 Eighth Avenue, 20th Floor, NY, NY 10018

Speaker: Michele Parkins, MS, OTR, Occupational Therapist, Sensory Therapies and Research Institute, NJ

This presentation will discuss the subtypes of Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) – Sensory Modulation Disorder, Sensory Discrimination Disorder, Sensory-based Motor Disorder - and how to tailor interactions based on sensory processing differences. Relationship-based strategies will be illustrated in case examples in children 4-9 years old for each SPD subtype.  Relationship-based intervention puts strategies in place that are teachable to parents – the true drivers of carryover and long term developmental progress.  Participants will leave with strategies for how they can become the “equipment” and coach parents to do so to address SPD.  These strategies can immediately be put into practice. As a result of this presentation, participants will be able to: Identify observable behaviors exhibited by children impacted by each SPD subtype, begin to use assessment strategies in clinical reasoning to identify SPD subtypes, and utilize several relationship-based principles to guide treatment of each SPD subtype.

Learning Objectives:

  • Participants will identify observable behaviors exhibited by children impacted by each SPD subtype.
  • Participants will begin to use assessment strategies in clinical reasoning to identify SPD subtypes.
  • Participants will utilize several relationship-based principles to guide treatment of each SPD subtype.

Bio:

Michele Parkins is an occupational therapist, specializing in working with children with SPD, ADHD and challenges in social emotional development. She currently works with families at her practice – Great Kids Place - in Rockaway, New Jersey using the STAR and DIR models. Michele is an adjunct faculty of Temple University. She is faculty of the Sensory Therapies and Research (STAR) Institute for SPD. She has been teaching the DIR/Floortime model for over ten years and is faculty of Profectum. She collaborates with Flaghouse in equipment and activity kit design. Michele also holds a Fellowship Certificate in Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health. 

CEUs:

Earn 6.5 CTLE hours upon completing this session • 6.5 NASP CPD credits offered • This presentation is approved for NYSED-PT 7.8 Contact Hours • 6.5 NYSED OT continuing competency hours offered

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ADHD: EARLY CHILDHOOD INTERVENTIONS AND RESOURCES

Half Day Workshop, Friday, March 6, 2020, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM,Early Bird Ends 2/28/20

Cicatelli Associates Inc (CAI), Global Conference Center, 505 Eighth Avenue, 20th Floor, NY, NY 10018

Speaker: Kate Gibson, PsyD, ABPP, Director of Training, Kurtz Psychology Consulting PC, NY

This workshop will focus on how to develop and implement behavioral interventions and organizational skills when working with children with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Participants will gain an understanding of the various presentations of ADHD in different settings. Participants will gain an understanding of the important goals to target related to ADHD, and effective strategies for building a working relationship with children with ADHD in order to successfully partner together toward those goals. Participants will learn about the underlying behavioral theory as well as how to successfully translate that into individualized hands on interventions. Participants will learn to design interventions, put them into action, and monitor progress to be able to refine their interventions. Participants will have the opportunity to work in small groups to gain practice executing the strategies discusses.

Learning Objectives:

  • Participants will understand the presentation of ADHD in various settings.
  • Participants will understand how to create and implement behavioral interventions and support development of organizational skills.
  • Participants will be able to apply strategies discussed.
  • Participants will be able to formulate an intervention plan for their setting.

Bio:

Kate Gibson, PsyD, ABPP is a licensed clinical psychologist specializing in treating anxiety, ADHD, behavioral problems, trauma, obsessive-compulsive disorder, body-focused repetitive behaviors, and selective mutism. Dr. Gibson is board certified in Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology by the American Board of Professional Psychology. Dr. Gibson is the Director of Training at Kurtz Psychology Consulting PC. Dr. Gibson has dedicated her career to providing evidence-based treatments to children, teens and their families. Dr. Gibson is certified by PCIT International as a PCIT therapist and Level 1 within program trainer, and is currently working toward certification as a level 2 regional trainer. 

CEUs:

Earn 2.5 CTLE hours upon completing this session • This INTERMEDIATE level session is offered for 2.5 ASWB continuing education clock hours • This presentation is approved for NYSED-SW CPE 2.5 contact hours • 2.5 NASP CPD credits offered • 2.5 NYSED OT continuing competency hours offered

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WORKSHOP - TBA

Friday, March 20, 2020, 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM

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