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Annual October Conference
"Back in Person & Back to Camp"
Join us for a day of great presentations, networking and nature! Our keynote speaker is Jason Rafferty, MD, MPH, Ed.M and will be presenting "Gender: A Whole New World."
Monday, October 24, 2021
Hole in the Wall Gang Camp
565 Ashford Center Road
Ashford, CT 06278
Join and Attend Professional: $75
Join and Attend Student: $45
Non-Student Member: $60
August 2022 Webinar
Evidence-Based Treatment for Pediatric Anxiety and OCD
Presenters: Erin O'Connor, PhD and Bryana Killon, PhD
E.P. Bradley Hospital, East Providence, RI
This presentation will discuss the services at the Pediatric Anxiety Research Center (PARC) located at Bradley Hospital. PARC is an integrated research and clinical program encompassing outpatient services and a range of partial hospital programs. This presentation will provide an overview of diagnostic criteria for common pediatric anxiety and OC-spectrum disorders and how these disorders present in pediatric populations. It will also review the use of exposure-based treatment for pediatric anxiety and OCD, with a focus on novel treatment delivery models.
Live Zoom Webinar
Wednesday August 3, 2022.
May 2022 Webinar
The Potential Effects Video Games Have on the Development of Children and Adolescents
Presenter: Jonathan Crowder, BS, CCLS., Baystate Children's Hospital, Springfield, MA
The COVID-19 pandemic has been changing the landscape of video games at an exponential rate. Screen time, mental health, and social needs have seen the greatest change during this new high demand for video games. This presentation will take an encompassing look at contemporary video games and their potential effects and the development of children and adolescents.
Participants will be able identify a potential positive aspect video games have on the development of children and adolescents.
Participants will be able to identify a potential negative aspect video games have on the development of children and adolescents.
Participants will be able to identify one potential way the COVID19 pandemic has impacted the utilization of video games.
Live Zoom Webinar
Tuesday May 3, 2022.
Program: 7-8:30 p.m.