Pamela A. McCaskill, Ph.D., LP is one of 15 speakers who will be presenting at the conference. Her topic is "AD/HD in the Preschool and Early Elementary Years"
Identifying the early signs of AD/HD in the preschool and early elementary years is important in order to intervene early in the child's development. Symptoms of AD/HD specific to young children will be presented and practical parenting and school-based strategies for improving the child's emotional and behavioral functioning will be discussed.
Bio: Dr. Pamela McCaskill is the owner and director of McCaskill Family Services, a private clinical psychology practice in Plymouth, MI. She specializes in AD/HD and is the professional advisor to CHADD of Western Wayne County. In addition to her work in private practice, she teaches workshops on AD/HD to parents, teachers, and other professionals. She is an expert parenting coach and specializes in cognitive-behavioral therapy to help each individual reach their highest potential.
Social Workers will earn 5 CEU's.
- More information at GoldsADHD.com
- Registration fees are $35 for students and $65 for others (lunch is included).
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