6th Annual ADHD Symposium: Ross W. Greene, keynote: 8 a.m.
Keynote Speaker: Dr. Ross W. Greene
Thursday, August 20, 2020
8:00 am - 12:30 pm
Chesapeake Bay Academy
CHKD will offer a certificate of attendance with 3.25 educational contact hours documented.
Books available for pre-sale, signing will offered after keynote address.
- The Explosive Child - $16
- Lost at School - $18
- Raising Human Beings - $17
Dr. Greene is a clinical psychologist, New York Times best-selling author, and he’s been working with children and families for over 30 years. His influential work and books, The Explosive Child, Lost at School, Lost & Found, and Raising Human Beings are widely known throughout the world. Greene developed the model of intervention called Collaborative & Proactive Solutions. He has a Ph.D. in clinical psychology. Read more.
8:00 am: Registration, Resource Tables, Coffee
8:45 am: Keynote Address: Collaborative & Proactive Solutions: Fostering the Better Side of Human Nature in Classrooms and Families
Dr. Ross Greene’s evidence-based Collaborative & Proactive Solutions model – as described in his books The Explosive Child and Lost at School -- has transformed the understanding of treatment of kids with social, emotional, and behavioral challenges in countless families, schools, and therapeutic facilities. With the release of his most recent book, Raising Human Beings, Dr. Greene has turned his attention to all kids, with a particular focus on teaching the skills that define the better side of human nature: empathy, appreciating how one’s behavior is affecting others, resolving disagreements without conflict, taking another’s perspective, and honesty. These skills have never been more important, and research indicates that solving problems collaboratively and proactively teaches these skills with any kid. And – despite academic initiatives that have made it harder for educators to be the socialization agents they’ve always been -- that’s something that parents and educators have boundless opportunities to teach, model, and practice every day.
Two Breakout Sessions Following Keynote Speaker • Four Tracks Available: Parents/Caregivers, Educators, Clinicians & Adults
(select one or mix and match)
10:45 - 11:30 am: Psychological Testing for ADHD - What to Request and Expect from an Evaluator
Diana Schofield, Psy.D., CHKD
11:45 am - 12:30 pm: The Importance of Self-Care
Nikki Schwartz, MA, LPC , Oaktree Counseling
Adults with ADHD
10:45 - 11:30 am: ADHD In Adults and Children: Underlying Contributors, and Biomedical Approaches Including Diets, Nutrients and Medications
Dana Laake, RDH, MS, LDN, Dana Laake Nutrition
The most effective individualized treatment for those with ADHD depends upon identifying the underlying metabolic, nutritional, digestive, dietary, immune, neurochemical, environmental, and gene variant findings. This presentation explores the important contributing conditions, laboratory findings, and clinical signs and symptoms which are the foundation for the clinical application of applied dietary, nutritional and medicinal interventions.
11:45 am - 12:30 pm: Parenting as an Adult with ADHD
Peter Dozier, M.D., Pediatric Psychiatrist, CHKD
(3.25 professional development contact hours)
10:45 - 11:30 am: Encouraging Executive Functioning
J.D. Ball, Ph.D., ABPP, Professor Emeritus, Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, EVMS
11:45 am - 12:30 pm: Social/Emotional/Behavioral High-Leverage Practices
Mindy Gumpert, PhD., Adjunct Instructor Virginia Wesleyan University and Old Dominion University
In 2017, the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) developed 22 high-leverage practices (HLPs) intended to address the most critical practices that every K-12 special education teacher should master. The HLPs include four intertwined components of teacher practice: collaboration, assessment, social/emotional/behavioral practices, and instruction. This session will highlight the four HLPs of social/emotional/behavioral practices. Specific examples will be provided for how to a) establish a consistent, organized, and respectful learning environment, b) provide positive and constructive feedback to guide students’ learning and behavior, c) teach social behaviors, and d) develop individual student behavior support plans. Teachers will leave the session with new ideas to add to their teaching toolbox.
10:45 - 11:30 am: Solving Problems Collaboratively and Proactively
Dr. Ross W. Green
Solving problems collaboratively requires some new skills, and in this breakout group Dr. Greene will provide an overview on how to do it.
11:45 am - 12:30 pm: Co-Morbid Disorders and ADHD
David Meyer, O.D., CHKD