We’re always happy to share what we know, so we host community webinars and workshops from time to time. See below for information about our upcoming and previous talks.
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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 12-1 PM
Head injuries can lead to a concussion and, sometimes, to fatigue, headaches, difficulty concentrating, and brain fog. What is a concussion exactly? What kinds of effects might stem from a concussion? What’s part of the normal healing process and when should you worry? And what can you do about it?
Neuropsychologist Dr. Natashia Brown will answer all these questions and more. She’ll help you understand concussions and post-concussion syndrome across all ages, and she will leave time to answer your own questions as well.
Managing kids’ behavior in a group can be daunting. Teachers face this task daily, but many others encounter kids in groups as well, like at a birthday party, class, or camp activity. How do you keep a group of kids
Have you tried to reassure your anxious child? Have you told them that the worst case scenario is very unlikely? Or that there is nothing to be afraid of? Despite your best efforts, do they continue to worry? Dr. Ben
Many of us know the hallmarks of various psychological issues, whether by media exposure or personal experience. However, there’s more overlap in common psychological diagnoses than many people realize. Sometimes it’s only by understanding the subtle signs of an issue
As parents, we put so much of ourselves into our kids. Sometimes– especially this year– this can leave us feeling depleted and brittle. In turn, this keeps us from being the parents we aspire to be. How can we break
This month, therapists Jill DiPietro, LCSW and Maddy Lawler, LMSW talked to us about how parents can help kids with anxiety-related meltdowns. Kids lose control for lots of reasons, and it sometimes results in a massive meltdown that’s hard for parents
For this month’s webinar, we dove into the topic of neuropsychological evaluation. An insightful evaluation can be a very important gateway to better understanding and more effective treatment, for you or for your child. But what is it exactly? What’s
This month, our founder, Dr. Mandi White-Ajmani, gave a talk about the basics of mental health disorders. We’ve all learned a bit about disorders through the media and through experiences with loved ones, but what’s supported by science? And how
In this month’s webinar, we talked about how parents can understand and manage their children’s difficult behaviors. Even when we’re not in quarantine, even when not in the holiday hype, kids’ meltdowns, tantrums, and defiance are incredibly hard. How do
This webinar was the first in a new monthly series co-sponsored by Premier Pediatrics and Park Slope Parents! Watch out for upcoming events! In this presentation, Dr. Sam Jeannite addressed the anxiety we’re all feeling. There’s a lot of uncertainty in
On 09/09/2020, we co-hosted another webinar with Park Slope Parents. This time, Dr. Sam Jeannite spoke about how to manage the anxiety that stems from having to make decisions. As parents, we’re called upon to make many decisions for our
On 07/21/2020, we co-hosted a free webinar with Park Slope Parents. Our own Jill DiPietro, LCSW spoke about Managing Difficult Behaviors, presented as a PSP Coping Webinar. Jill’s presentation was followed by questions and answers from the attendees, moderated by Dr. Mandi White-Ajmani. You
On 06/03/2020, Park Slope Parents asked Dr. Mandi White-Ajmani to lead a Mental Health Check-In for parents of elementary school children. Mandi’s webinar talked through the common challenges that kids 5-10 years old might be facing, as well as how