Providing quality professional workshops and training in the area of ADHD, with course content that is based on empirically supported psychological, educational and medical science.
Learn about the brain mechanisms that contribute to ADHD
Develop strategies to help ADHD youngsters at home
Explore classroom interventions for ADHD youngsters and others
Develop a comprehensive understanding of ADHD and related conditions
Workshops can be tailored to meet the specific needs of mental health clinicians, educators and human service agencies. Also, training and education are available to families and parent support groups involved in providing care for their ADHD children.
Consultation services are available to agencies and schools needing help in managing ADHD clients, developing ADHD programming and assisting with other behaviorally challenging youngsters.
Comments from previous workshops
"Best Workshop I've been to"
"Not just academic, but realistic, tried and true, hands on experience"
"Best explanation of how the brain works for ADHD kids that I have heard"
"Suggestions for classroom management very applicable"
"This was a really wonderful, interactive workshop"
Who Should Attend
This Workshop is designed for classroom and special education teachers, LD specialists, school psychologists and counselors, school nurses, Occupational Therapists, Speech and Language Clinicians, administartors and any other educator who has an interest in this topic. Mental Health Clinicians are welcome to attend and will find the Workshop informative, but they must determine if their licensing boards will offer credit for their attendance. Parents may also enroll in this course and will find that much of the information directly and indirectly relates to family based issues. Now offerring a graduate credit option through the Univerisity of Wisconsin-La Crosse.