CRG psychologist, Dr. Tramaine Presley, has been invited to make two presentations this fall at DePauw University through its Center of Diversity and Inclusion. Both talks will be part of the University’s wellness series. On September 23, Dr. Presley will present on “Learning from Personal Triggers.” On November 4, she will present on “Relationships and Boundaries within Context to Culture.” Dr. Presley’s talks will include facilitated discussions on triggers and relationships within a cultural context. The purpose of these discussions is to address issues of diversity as well as to increase self-knowledge and effective coping skills.
November 8, 2019: CRG psychologists Dr. Julie Steck and Dr. Jill Wise will co-present a session at the Indiana Psychological Association’s Fall Conference & Annual Meeting on November 8th, 2019. Their talk is entitled, “Unlocking the Mystery of Nonverbal Learning Disorder.” The Conference will take place at IUPUI’s Conference Center. This presentation builds upon their recent webinar (which also features CRG psychologist Dr. Ray Kinder).
November 9, 2019: CRG’s Postsecondary Disability Specialist and ADD/Life Coach, Dr. David Parker, will give a keynote address at the 28th Annual Conference of the Japan Academy of Learning Disabilities in Tokyo on November 9th, 2019. The title of his talk will be, “Coaching People with Developmental Disabilities.” This will be Dr. Parker’s third trip to Japan to collaborate with a team of researchers who are building the capacity of Japanese universities to provide accommodations and services to students with learning disabilities, ADHD, and/or Autism Spectrum Disorder.
November 9, 2019: CRG psychologist, Dr. Tramaine Presley, will make a presentation on anxiety and depression in children and adolescents. Her talk will take place at a community workshop co-hosted by the Indiana Association of Black Psychologists and the Black Nurses Association of Anderson. The event will take place at the Impact Center in Anderson, IN.
November 23, 2019: CRG adolescent and adult psychiatrist, Dr. Joshua Lowinsky, is the founder of the Primary Care Psychiatry Foundation. This organization is dedicated to educating medical providers and other professionals about the mental health needs of their patients. Several CRG providers will join Dr. Lowinsky to give talks at the Fall 2019 PCPF Conference, “High Functioning Autism Spectrum Disorder in Young Adults: From Overwhelming Challenges to What Success Looks Like.” These include Dr. Julie Steck, Dr. Anna Merrill, and Dr. David Parker. This conference is open to the general public and will take place at Marian University in Indianapolis. Find more information here, including the registration form.
CRG’s Speaker’s Bureau helps schools, colleges, community agencies and other organizations learn more about children, teens, and adults with disabilities and/or behavioral health issues such as depression and anxiety. Most of our providers are available to give talks and/or conduct trainings on a wide range of topics. We work with you to customize a presentation that combines research-based knowledge with practical strategies and applications. As you plan your group’s professional development events for the year ahead, we invite you to contact Dr. David Parker to discuss your needs.
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