INSTANT ACCESS! In this audio webinar and slide presentation of “Teaching Life Skills to Children and Teens with ADHD,” Vincent Monastra, Ph.D., discusses:
1. Conversation skills: Teaching kids to communicate and connect with peers and adults
2. Confidence: Helping kids master a sport, skill, or academic area that matters to peers
3. Strength: Giving kids the ammunition to stop the teasing that often leads to meltdowns and low self-esteem
4. Empathy: Developing kids’ natural kindness and appreciation
5. Organization: Devising systems to keep kids organized and working efficiently
Meet the expert: Vincent Monastra, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist and director of the FPI Attention Disorders Clinic in Endicott, New York. He is internationally recognized for his research on the neurophysiological characteristics of children and teens with ADHD and his treatment studies demonstrating the significance of parenting style, school intervention, nutrition, and EEG biofeedback in their overall care.
This live webinar was originally sponsored by
APA: The American Psychological Association (APA) publishes a wealth of resources for the ADHD community, including professional books for practitioners, self-help books for children with ADHD under the Magination Press® imprint, and adult self-help and parenting books under the APA LifeTools® imprint. Dr. Vincent Monastra’s most recent APA LifeTools book is Teaching Life Skills to Children and Teens With ADHD. www.apa.org/pubs/
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