BCTF PD Calendar

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May 15, 2018 Events

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Tuesday, May 15, 2018
» Working with Oppositional and Anger Issues in Children and Adolescents
May 15, Kelowna, BC
Children diagnosed with Oppositional Defiant
Disorder (ODD) can present a monumental
challenge to therapists, teachers, parents
and siblings. ODD and other conduct problems
are the single greatest reasons for referrals to
outpatient and inpatient mental health settings
for children, accounting for at least half of all
referrals. Complicating the success of therapeutic
interventions is the high rate of comorbidity with
anxiety and depressive disorders or ADHD.
Current research also correlates a variety of
cognitive skill deficits including executive function,
emotional regulation, language processing, and
social processing. These complicating comorbidities
and correlations mean that ODD often requires
multidisciplinary assessment and components
of mental health care, case management, and
educational intervention for clients to improve. For more information http://www.jackhirose.com/workshop/oppositional-children-kelowna-2018/

Working with Oppositional, Defiant, and Anger Issues in Children and Adolescents
May 15, Kelowna, BC
Children diagnosed with Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD) can present a monumental challenge to therapists, teachers, parents and siblings. ODD and other conduct problems are the single greatest reasons for referrals to outpatient and inpatient mental health settings for children, accounting for at least half of all referrals. Complicating the success of therapeutic interventions is the high rate of comorbidity with anxiety and depressive disorders or ADHD.
Current research also correlates a variety of cognitive skill deficits including executive function, emotional regulation, language processing, and social processing. These complicating comorbidities and correlations mean that ODD often requires multidisciplinary assessment and components of mental health care, case management, and educational intervention for clients to improve.
For more information or registration: http://www.jackhirose.com/workshop/oppositional-children-kelowna-2018/