CE/CPD Module Description
Name of CE/CPD Module:
Neuropsychology of Emotional Disturbance
Ann Leonard-Zabel, Ed.D. discusses: 1) the challenges of emotional disturbance in children; 2) the neural architecture of temperament and emotional functioning; 3) the neurobiology of empathy; 4) the neurobiology of internalizing disorders, 5) the neurobiology of externalizing disorders; and 6) the merits of school-wide positive behavioral supports.
CE/CPD Goals and Objectives:
This CE/CPD Module is designed to help you:
• Identify three main subcortical brain regions responsible for regulating emotions.
• Describe the functions of schwann cells, mirror neurons, and spindle cells related to empathy.
• Identify the four brain regions implicated in bipolar, anxiety, OCD, PSTD, depression disorders.
• Describe the distinction between early and late starters.
• Identify what takes place in a 3 tier intervention model for positive behavioral supports.
Number of CE/CPD Credits: 5
Cost for Individuals: $150.00
Cost for Groups of 5+: $135.00
About the Presenter:
Dr. Ann Marie Leonard-Zabel, Ed.D.
|Ann Leonard-Zabel, Ed.D., ABSNP, NCSP received her Doctoral Degree in Child and Youth Studies-Special Services and Exceptional Education from Nova Southeastern University, and a Certificate of Advance Graduate Studies in School Psychology from the University of Massachusetts in Boston. She is a professor of psychology at Curry College in Massachusetts. In addition, she owns and operates a private clinic in Plymouth, Massachusetts specializing in School Psychology/School Neuropsychology providing assessments, consultation, and trainings to schools, families, clinics, law firms, and courts both locally, nationally, and internationally.
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