Thank you to the International Dyslexia Association for putting on such an informative, well run conference this past Saturday, May 2nd, at UCLA. Language and Learning 2015 enlisted a wonderful set of speakers this year, including author/consultant/dyslexia specialist Louisa Moats, Ed. D.; pediatric neurophsychologist Rita Eichenstein, Ph.D.; and Lev Gottlieb, Ph.D., UCLA pediatric neuropsychologist. I am looking forward to next year’s conference!
As a part of Campbell Hall Summer Institute, Lou Cozolino, Ph.D., Daniel Franklin, Ph.D., and Peter Murphy, Ph.D. will be conducting a 2-day workshop for teachers, clinicians and school administrators: Explore Attachment-Based Teaching.
Tuition is $420.00. Students receive a 50% discount. MFTs and LCSWs receive 14 CEUs, BBS Provider Number PCE 5493.
For more information, please contact Kena Dorsey at (818) 505-5302 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Breakout Session with Dr. Peter Murphy and Dr. Daniel Franklin at the Language and Learning Conference, May 2, 2015 – UCLA Carnesale Commons
Drawing on the latest findings from the fields of social neuroscience, psychology, and education, this presentation will explore the biological mechanisms of stress and identify how stress impacts learning and behavior. In addition, the connection between healthy attachment and stress will be discussed. This presentation will offer specific strategies that parents, teachers, and clinicians can use to mitigate stress-related learning and behavioral challenges.
Conference registration online at www.DyslexiaLA.org/events
Event Date: Wednesday, December 10th, 2014
Dr. Murphy gave a parent presentation at the Country School about the developmental needs of pre-school children, with a particular emphasis on the critical role parents play in fostering their child’s emotional, cognitive and social development. Topics included:
- Principles of effective discipline
- Coping with transitions
- Managing tantrums
- Facilitating social skills development
- Managing adult expectations
Other talks in this series will focus on Elementary and Middle School children.
Please email email@example.com if you are interested in having Dr. Murphy speak to parents or teachers at your school.
Event date: August 4-7, 2014. Registration is now open for this teacher training series emphasizing attachment-based teaching and learning through human connection. Campbell Hall’s 4-day institute is led by renown psychologist and author Louis Cozolino, PhD, Daniel Franklin, PhD, and Peter Murphy, PhD. It takes place on August 4th – 7th, 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and is open to all educators, clinicians, and graduate students. Cost: $840 (includes all materials and lunch). For questions: Please contact Kena Dorsey at (818) 505-5302 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Louis Cozolino, PhD, is a professor of psychology at Pepperdine University and a private practitioner. He is the author of The Social Neuroscience of Education, Attachment-Based Teaching: How to Enhance Learning through Human Connection, The Healthy Aging Brain, The Neuroscience of Human Relationships, The Neuroscience of Psychotherapy, and The Making of a Therapist.
Daniel Franklin, PhD, is a Board Certified Educational Therapist. He specializes in addressing the learning needs of children and young adults. He is President of Franklin Educational Services, Inc., which provides Franklin Certified Academic Management®, tutoring, test prep, and one-on-one schooling. https://www.FranklinEd.com
Peter Murphy, PhD, is a licensed clinical psychologist and is also the President of Milestone Mentoring. Dr. Murphy treats children and adults with learning, attention, and mood disorders. Dr. Murphy facilitates parent support groups and frequently speaks to parents and professionals on addressing the needs of challenging children and adolescents.
Starting August 2014. Parents of Elementary and High School Students….Get a Head Start on the School Year!
Parenting children with learning differences is often stressful. We’re here to help. The purpose of this 10-week workshop is to provide parents with new insight into the lives of their children who have been diagnosed with learning differences. New concepts will help parents facilitate their children’s cognitive, emotional and social development. Our relationship-based approach emphasizes the importance of healthy parent/child relationships that evolve out of understanding, empathy, developmentally appropriate expectations, and the modeling of effective emotional-regulation and problem-solving skills. Please contact Julia Murphy, MA 818-388-1526 or Julia@MurphyPsychologyGroup.com
November 6, 2013 Campbell Hall
Homework is an important topic on the minds of most parents today. On November 6th, I am looking forward to speaking to the parents of Campbell Hall, one of Los Angeles’ premier private, college preparatory schools for students K-12, located at 4533 Laurel Canyon Blvd., North Hollywood, CA 91607. I plan to share my insight and experience on the subject with more area schools.
Schools place a heavy emphasis on children completing homework independently. While most of us would agree that this is a worthy objective, we might not all agree on just how to move children toward this goal. Children have a natural drive for mastery over appropriate developmental tasks. With mastery comes confidence that allows them to take on the next challenge. However, when challenges confronting children exceed their developmental capacities, they become vulnerable to frustration, discouragement and potential failure, unless they receive some assistance to develop the skills they need to succeed. Many kids experience these homework difficulties, especially when you consider the volume and complexity of the work they are expected to complete.
In this workshop, I will help parents:
- understand the various reasons students struggle with homework
- learn when and how to assist with homework
- understand the difference between collaborating with a child and enabling him to be overly reliant on you
- discuss strategies for setting up an effective homework structure
- identify when tutoring support is needed