What a great workshop. On the “Edutainment Scale” (Edutainment = Educational Information presented in an Entertaining format), Dr. Kendall’s presentation scored 10 of 10 points! His workshop managed to cram 400+ publications and 24 years of experience running an anxiety clinic into a 3 hour presentation. I was getting anxious when I noticed that we …

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FCP "Anxiety in Youth" Workshop with Dr. Phillip Kendall

Thursday, November 5, 2009, Phillip Kendall, Ph.D., Professor, Author, and Director of the Child and Adolescent Anxiety Disorders Clinic at Temple University will provide an overview of the nature, symptoms and experience of anxiety in youth. He will address specific treatment intervention strategies that comprise Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. His presentation will include a discussion considering …

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Upcoming Workshop – Mood Disorders in Children & Adolescents

On Wednesday, December 3, 2008, Dr. Elizabeth Kastelic (Assistant Professor, Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Johns Hopkins University & Hospital) will be providing a workshop on the presentation, course, risk factors and treatment of Mood Disorders in Children and Adolescents. The workshop will be held at the Doylestown Hospital Wellness Center, 847 Easton Road, …

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Great Workshop Today!

I thought that Dr. Tamar Chansky was a very competent speaker. Her workshop on “Stategies for Anxious Children: Shrinking Worries, Drawing on Strengths” was enjoyable. Aside from her expertise, I especially liked her humor in presenting this very serious topic. All Mental Health Professionals, many teachers and many parents deal with the day to day …

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Another great FCP Conference!

Another great FCP Conference today. Dr. Kindlon helped us to identify the social and emotional challenges that boys and men encounter. His presentation also highlighted the destructive patterns for boys that inhibit nurturing skills as adult men. I thought that his talk was humorous and informative. The four hours went by quickly. Personally, I enjoy …

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