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Executive Functioning in Youth, by John Frampton, Ph.D. and Ashley Mayworm, Ph.D.

  • Tuesday, February 13, 2018
  • 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
  • McCracken Middle School, 8000 East Prairie Rd., Skokie, IL 60076

This event is free.  If you plan to attend, please email us at pldsechicago@gmail.com so that we can plan appropriately.

Professionals in Learning Disabilities and Special Education

presents

Executive Functioning in Youth

Presented by John Frampton, Psy.D. and

Ashley Mayworm, Ph.D.

Tuesday, February 13, 2018

7:00 PM

McCracken Middle School

8000 East Prairie Road

Skokie, IL  60076

This presentation will provide a brief overview and introduction to Executive Function in school-age people.  Executive Functioning's relationship to learning, behavior, and emotion will be highlighted, as well as what the current research has revealed about its importance in these domains.  A brief review of Executive Functioning assessment tools will be provided to assist the practitioner in identifying when the child is experiencing Executive Functioning difficulties.  Case studies and interventions will be presented together to illustrate how to intervene, and to provide potential resources that can be used for Executive Functioning skill-building.

Dr. Frampton is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and Co-Founder of Formative Psychological Services, a private practice in Chicago that provides therapy and school-based neuropsychological assessments. Originally trained as a School Psychologist, he is endorsed as a Director of Special Education in the state of Illinois.  In addition to his work in private practice, he has served as the Principal of a therapeutic day high school for Niles Township High School District 219 and as a consultant to school districts and the juvenile justice system.  He has also presented on a wide variety of mental health and school-related topics.

Dr. Ashley Mayworm is a postdoctoral psychology fellow, providing therapy and assessment services to children, adolescents and young adults.  She received her PhD in Counseling/Clinical/School Psychology at the University of California Santa Barbara and completed a postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Maryland School of Medicine.  She also is an assistant professor in the School Psychology program at Loyola University Chicago where she teaches and conducts research on child and adolescent mental health and effective delivery of school-based services.

A Certificate of Attendance can be provided upon request.

 PLD/SE membership is required for CPDU credits.  Members will receive 1.5 CPDUs for this program.

DISCLAIMER:  Professionals in Learning Disabilities and Special Education is a not-for-profit organization offering continuing education programs to inform members of current instructional practices, assessment, and policy issues in the field of learning disabilities.  PLD/SE also offers a referral service to the community, providing qualified professional for diagnostics and remediation.  PLD/SE provides programs as a service to its members.  PLD/SE does not endorse any specific program, speaker, instructional materials, method, treatment, or evaluation center for children with disabilities.

If inclement weather necessitates cancelling this meeting, you will receive an email about the cancellation.  Please check your mail in advance of the meeting.


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Professionals in Learning Disabilities and Special Education is a not-for-profit organization offering continuing education programs to inform members of current instructional practices, assessment, and policy issues in the field of learning disabilities.  PLD/SE also offers a referral service to the community, providing qualified professionals for diagnostics and remediation.  PLD/SE provides programs as a service to its members.  PLD/SE does not endorse any specific program, speaker, instructional materials, method, treatment, or evaluation center for children with disabilities.  

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