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Using mindfulness to help our youth cope with the anxiety and uncertainty of this time.

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This workshop focuses on using mindfulness-based practices and interventions for managing the anxiety and stress that children and adolescents have experienced over the past year, as well as preparing for the anticipated challenges of returning to school in the fall.

Primary issues to be covered include understanding the fight or flight response and stress cycle, and how to stimulate the related relaxation response. Participants will learn practical skills in educating and supporting youth as well as developing effective tools to reduce their own burnout.

Learning Objectives

-Define mindfulness and how it can be used to manage anxiety and improve emotional regulation.

-Support children, adolescents and caregivers in navigating the stressful and challenging adjustment of the upcoming school year.

-Explore and understand anxiety’s roll as a protective survival response and defense mechanism.

-Implement trauma informed mindfulness to elicit the relaxation response, to process the past year, and ease transition during reopening.

-Identify symptoms of chronic stress and anxiety in children and adolescents, as well as in caregivers, therapists and teachers.

-Integrate practical mindfulness-based tools and techniques to aid in relaxation, focus and concentration.

 

Date:

TUESDAY, MAY 25, 2021

Time:

6:30pm- 8:30pm

Location:

Online

Contact:

Stephanie Deshommes

Stephanie.Deshommes@nytps.org

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New York Therapy Placement Services, Inc. active providers and parents receiving services through NYTPS Inc. are eligible to attend at a discounted rate. For this discount code, please email:

Stephanie.Deshommes@nytps.org

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Rebecca Marcus is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who works with adults, children and families, helping them heal from life’s challenges to allow them to thrive.

 

She specializes in anxiety and relationships and uses a trauma-informed approach. She has expertise in mindfulness-based, and attachment and relational practices, and uses these tools to empower individuals to overcome their fears so they can live the life they want. By providing guidance and support, she helps her clients develop self-awareness and build effective coping skills to allow them to break free from anxiety and stress.

 

Rebecca received her Masters in Social Work from New York University with a focus on clinical practice and trauma. She has also pursued post-graduate training at the Family Institute and the School of Psychotherapy in Israel. Rebecca previously treated addictions and other co-occurring disorders as part of the Outpatient program at Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation in New York. She also worked with adolescents young adults at SoHo CBT+ Mindfulness Center. She currently has a private practice in the New York City Area.

 Disclosure Information:

Financial: 

The speaker for this event receives a speaker fee for this engagement.

Non-Financial: 

There are no non-financial disclosures.

Target audience: BCBAs, BCaBAs, Teachers, Providers and Parents.

Content level: Introductory

Course Completion for ASHA CEU's: 

This course is offered for .2 ASHA CEU’s Introductory level, Professional area. Participants will receive a certificate of completion. Successful completion for full ASHA CEU credit requires attendance for the entire course, meeting the contact hours, and completing the course evaluation. 

Special Accommodations/Accessibility:

New York Therapy Placement Services welcomes participants with disabilities. Please contact Stephanie Deshommes at (718)264-1640 or Stephanie.Deshommes@nytps.org to discuss disability accommodations needed to participate fully in this event. 

Refund/Cancellation Policy:

Tuition will be refunded less a $5.00 processing fee, if written notification is received by New York Therapy Placement Services up to two weeks prior to the workshop. Two weeks to 48 hours prior to the workshop date 50%; 48 hours prior to workshop, no refund would be available. 

Complaint Policy:

We respect your input, for concerns or complaints during the registration process, during the event, or after the course please contact us at Stephanie.Deshommes@nytps.org or call the office at 718-264-1640.

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