Three Dimensional Thinking in Autism and Stress Related Disorders Expanding Frontiers to Advance Development for Children Across the Lifespan

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Webcasts in this Series

Development and the DIR Model

Presenter Serena Wieder

Engaging Autism: Integration of Developmental and Behavioral Approaches to Intervention

Presenter Connie Kasari

New Research Evidence for Developmental Approaches in the Treatment of ASD - Showcasing the P.L.A.Y.® Project

Presenter Richard Solomon

Blended Developmental - Behavioral Intervention for Toddlers at Risk for Autism: The Southern California BRIDGE Collaborative

Presenter Joshua Feder

DIR Informed Thinking: A Case Study in Treatment of Anxiety and ASD

Presenter Mona Delahooke

The Parent Perspective: Building the Treatment Team that is Right for Each Child

Presenter Mona Delahooke

Super Parenting: Building Stress Resiliency in Parents of Special Needs Children

Presenter Elissa Epel

Bullying: Prevention, Building Resilience & Creating Supportive Communities

Presenter Lisa deFaria
Karen McDowell
Monica Osgood

The Path to Joint Attention: Challenges and Stressors Along the Road

Presenter Griffin Doyle

Communication and Anxiety

Presenter Cindy Harrison

Helping Parents Cope with Stress and Find Resilience

Presenter Mona Delahooke
Barbara Kalmanson
Elissa Epel

Individuals Grow Best Within Family Relationships

Presenter Ruby Salazar

Model Case Presentation: An Adolescent with an Autism Spectrum Disorder Presenting with Chronic Stress in an Educational Setting

Presenter Lisa deFaria
Monica Osgood

How to Create a Meaningful Life for Every Child and Young Adult Panel

Presenter Ricki Robinson
Serena Wieder

Barriers to Progress: Revise and Revive Interventions The Role of Visual Spatial and Related Processing Challenges to Emotional Regulation

Presenter Serena Wieder

Realizing Potential: School Programs that Recognize Intelligence and Prepare Students with Diverse Needs for Success Futures

Presenter Monica Osgood

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Keynote presentations at this conference feature leading researchers sharing their latest findings, as well as clinicians and educators pioneering state-of-the-art multi-dimensional intervention approaches for children, adolescents and individuals with an autism spectrum disorder and other special needs. The role of stress-related disorders either secondary to an individual’s special needs or the result of early childhood trauma and the impact on development and well-being will be explored.

The following is the list of webcasts recorded from this conference:

  • Development and the DIR Model
  • Engaging Autism: Integration of Developmental and Behavioral Approaches to Intervention
  • New Research Evidence for Developmental Approaches in the Treatment of ASD – Showcasing the P.L.A.Y.® Project
  • Blended Developmental -Behavioral Intervention for Toddlers at Risk for Autism: The Southern California BRIDGE Collaborative
  • DIR Model Informed Thinking: A Case Study in Treatment of Anxiety and ASD
  • The Parent Perspective: Building the Treatment Team that is Right for Each Child
  • Super Parenting: Building Stress Resiliency in Parents of Special Needs Children
  • Bullying: Prevention, Building Resilience & Creating Supportive Communities
  • The Path to Joint Attention: Challenges and Stressors Along the Road
  • Communication and Anxiety
  • Helping Parents Cope with Stress and Find Resilience
  • Individuals Grow Best Within Family Relationships
  • Model Case Presentation: An Adolescent with an Autism Spectrum Disorder Presenting with Chronic Stress in an Educational Setting
  • How to Create a Meaningful Life for Every Child and Young Adult Panel
  • Barriers to Progress: Revise and Revive Interventions
    The Role of Visual Spatial and Related Processing Challenges to Emotional Regulation
  • Realizing Potential: School Programs that Recognize Intelligence and Prepare Students with Diverse Needs for Success Futures

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