ADHD Experts Webcast: Stop the Bully
Help Your ADHD Child Manage—and Overcome—Teasing and Aggressive Kids at School
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Teasing might be an inevitable part of childhood, but children with ADHD often don't know how to respond. Cathi Cohen, LCSW, teaches her best strategies, tools, and talking points for dealing with teasing and aggression against (and even by!) ADHDers.
Cathi Cohen, LCSW, has worked with children, adolescents, and adults in a clinical setting since 1984. Early in her career as a social worker, Cathi recognized the power of treating relationship problems through group therapy. She created the Stepping Stones Social Skills Group Therapy Program in 1990. Cathi is the author of Raise Your Child’s Social IQ: Stepping Stones to People Skills for Kids, and several other books, and has become a leading expert in the field of social skills training with children.
In her ADHD Experts Webcast, Cathi Cohen addresses your questions about:
Plus, receive access to the slides accompanying this webcast and top resources on helping your ADHD child with social skills.
- Why ADHD kids more commonly exhibit a pattern of behaviors that increases their likelihood of social rejection and bullying
- Ways to prevent bullying -- the do's and don'ts
- A parenting action plan for how to talk to your child about teasing
Read what people are saying about Cathi Cohen's webcast...
"Thanks for having a session on bullying. My son is being bullied at school, and I now have some ideas on how to handle it. Thanks!!"
"Excellent and very timely. Thank you so very much (both Cathi and listeners) for the wonderful questions and practical suggestions/words of advice. Really hit home for me. I now feel hopeful and better equipped on how to help my son fill his arsenal and navigate this difficult territory."
"Thank you to Cathi for taking the time to talk to us. I was able to learn more techniques to support my child at home and possibly at school."
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