Do You Have a Child Who is Easily Distracted, Impulsive or Overly Active?

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Do you have a preschooler or young child who seems overly active, has trouble paying attention or is easily distracted or is very impulsive? Learn how to recognize if your child has these characteristics and when they become problematic. Dr. Stephanie Wagner, Ph.D. from the NYU Child Study Center, will talk to parents about:

•characteristics of children with attention problems and/or hyperactivity
•recognizing when these behaviors become problematic
•the importance of early intervention
•parenting strategies for children who are distractible and overactive
•coping skills, resources, and support options for parental stress

There will also be a Q and A so that Dr. Wagner can address your concerns.

Details:
Tuesday, March 13: 7pm – 8:30 pm
Open House Nursery School
318 A Warren Street ~ Brooklyn
Please RSVP, space is limited:
(event is for adults only)

About Dr. Stephanie Wagner:
A post-doctoral fellow in clinical psychology at the Institute for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity and Behavior Disorders at NYU Child Study Center. She specializes in psychosocial interventions including parent training, Parent-Child Interaction Therapy, and school consultation to parents and teachers of children with ADHD and disruptive behavior disorders. She has presented her work at a number of national conferences and authored several articles and book chapters on ADHD.

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