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Courses for Professionals: Working with Children

$90.00

Overcoming Children’s Genetic Risk for Externalizing Disorders – Parts 1, 2, 3, 4

Instructor: Liane J. Leedom, M.D. This four-part webinar explains how environmental factors interact with genetic endowment to promote or inhibit externalizing disorders. You'll learn strategies that parents can use to help their children grow up healthy and happy, even if they were born with a risk for disorder. 4 credits for psychologists and social workers upon completion of all 4 parts.

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$25.00

Love Fraud, Abusive Dating and Sociopaths: Vital information for educators, school professionals and parents

Instructor: Donna Andersen, author of Lovefraud.com. Lovefraud's research shows that people who encounter sociopaths at a young age suffer far more than those who meet them later in life. Learn how to help students — and yourself — recognize, avoid and escape exploitative relationships. 1 credit available for education professionals.

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Overcoming Children’s Genetic Risk for Externalizing Disorders, Part 1: Disorders of childhood and adulthood

Instructor: Liane J Leedom, M.D. Externalizing disorders in children, such as ADHD, oppositional defiant disorder, and conduct disorder, may be precursors to antisocial personality disorder and psychopathy as adults. Learn how to help parents help their at-risk children. 4 credits for psychologists and social workers upon completion of all 4 parts.

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Overcoming Children’s Genetic Risk for Externalizing Disorders, Part 2: What genetic research says

Instructor: Liane J Leedom, M.D. Research into genetics point to a heritability factor for externalizing disorders. What do the data mean for clinical practice, and how should therapists talk to parents about genetics? The answers are in this course. 4 credits for psychologists and social workers upon completion of all 4 parts.

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Overcoming Children’s Genetic Risk for Externalizing Disorders, Part 3: The effect of the environment

Instructor: Liane J. Leedom, M.D. When a child has inherited a genetic risk for externalizing disorders, the child's environment — including parents, siblings and friends— may determine whether or not these disorders actually develop. Therapists will learn how to assess the genetic and environmental risk that these children face. 4 credits for psychologists and social workers upon completion of all 4 parts.

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Overcoming Children’s Genetic Risk for Externalizing Disorders, Part 4: Brain systems, social learning and the Inner Triangle

Instructor: Liane J Leedom, M.D. Specific strategies may help children at risk for developing disorders such as ADHD and conduct disorder, and as adults, antisocial personality and psychopathy. This final part teaches how you can help children develop the ability to love, impulse control and moral reasoning. 4 credits for psychologists and social workers upon completion of all 4 parts.

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