Preschool Children with Challenging Behaviors: What to Do When Nothing Else Works (Rescheduled)
Monday, January 29, 2018 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm EST
Presented by Dr. William J. DeMeo, Developmental Psychologist
Sponsored by Gryphon House
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There is widespread concern over the increasing frequency of challenging behaviors being exhibited by young children. The number of children in preschool with these behaviors is one of the leading concerns of teachers, administrators and parents.
This edWebinar will focus on providing you with effective and appropriate prevention strategies for children who exhibit challenging behaviors. Developmental Psychologist Dr. William J. DeMeo will share the latest research in the field of early childhood on best practices of prevention with young children who exhibit behavioral problems. You will learn how to implement these strategies immediately.
This workshop will focus on what works. Empirically driven and cost-effective strategies for implementing interventions—in a variety of settings and under a variety of realistic constraints—will be discussed. Young children, with the assistance of early childhood professionals, can learn how to self-regulate their behavior in the early childhood and home environment. The educational professionals who work with them and their families can make an enormous difference in their lives.
PreK educators are invited to attend this live, interactive event. There will be time for questions after the presentation. Join us to learn how to develop and implement appropriate strategies to prevent inappropriate behaviors in students.
About the Presenter
Dr. William DeMeo is a developmental psychologist who serves as a consultant for the Mayerson Academy. In addition, he also has a private practice that specializes in serving children and families that other agencies are not able to serve in the Greater Cincinnati Area. Dr. DeMeo had coordinated the mental health services for Cincinnati Public Schools’ Early Childhood Program for the past 25 years. A former teacher, he has taught at all levels, from elementary through the university. Finally, Dr. DeMeo is a National Certified Olweus Trainer, National Association of School Psychologist Approved Provider and a National Consultant for the Office of Juvenile Justice Delinquency Prevention.
Dr. DeMeo has presented workshops and symposia at national meetings for early childhood professionals, as well as numerous workshops for administrators, mental health professionals and educators. He continues to be one of the most sought after national and international trainers for educators in the areas of challenging behavior, mental health and brain-based learning, utilizing his extensive experience to present practical and entertaining workshops. He has authored several books, including his latest publication; When Nothing Else Works: What Early Childhood Professionals Can Do to Reduce Challenging Behaviors (2013).
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