The Howard County Branch of CHADD of Greater Baltimore Presents:
Parenting Strategies for Managing the Emotional Intensity of ADHD
Julie A. Morrison, Psy.D.
Clinical Psychologist/ Private Practice
DATE: Tuesday, January 19, 2021 (Note: This meeting was rescheduled from May!)
TIME: 7 PM to 9 PM
LOCATION: Howard County Community Resources Campus
9770 Patuxent Woods Drive, Suite 100
Columbia, MD 21046
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About the Program: Emotional dysregulation is a less often talked about challenge associated with ADHD, and those with ADHD also tend to exhibit more anxiety and depressive symptoms. Parents, who feel overwhelmed by related emotional and behavioral challenges, may over-function or engage in power struggles and other ineffective but understandable attempts to gain control. Develop a brain-based understanding of emotion and behavior regulation, which fosters empathy, and learn more effective parenting strategies to enhance lagging executive skills. Parenting practices that focus on supporting and guiding allow children/teens to draw on their strengths to cope, providing a sense of ownership that is crucial for the development of a healthy sense of self.
About the Speaker: Julie Morrison, a licensed psychologist in private practice in Columbia, MD, specializes in comprehensive psychological evaluations of students with ADHD, learning, and emotional disorders. She has co-organized national conferences and has been invited to present and publish peer-reviewed articles focusing on identification, assessment, and intervention with gifted students with such challenges.
About CHADD Meetings: Admission is FREE to CHADD Members, but a $5 Contribution is requested from non-members. For meeting updates, changes, and other calendar listings: This program will be cancelled if Howard County Public Schools are closed or evening events are cancelled due to a weather or other county-wide emergency.
CHADD does not endorse products, services, publications, medications, or treatments. CHADD provides an educational forum for resource information only. It is the philosophy of CHADD that persons seeking information, non-judgmental support and education about AD/HD be able to participate in a setting which is non-discriminatory and promotes recognized best practices.
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