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Workshop to focus on children and adolescents with hyperactive disorders
Workshop to focus on children and adolescents with hyperactive disordersNovember 28, 2001Nicci Brownnicbrown@syr.edu
A one-day workshop sponsored by the School of Social Work at Syracuse University’s College of Human Services and Health Professions will focus on ways to deal with hyperactivity and attention deficit disorders. The workshop, which is being held December 7 in the Goldstein Student Center, will examine normal developmental progression, as well as differential diagnosis, treatment, medication and parenting strategies. It will also address theory, research and practice issues related to the behavior and related disorders of ADD-ADHD children and adolescents.
The main presenters at the workshop will be Mike Maurer, ACSW, and William Beals, M.D. Maurer is a clinical social worker currently in private practice. He has worked in the fields of mental health and human services for the past 28 years. Beals is a physician who specializes in the treatment of anxiety, depression and attention deficit disorders.
The workshop is co-sponsored by the Study Council at SU’s School of Education. The registration deadline is December 5 and fees range from $50 to $80. For more information, contact Claire Rudolph at 315-443-5583 or Kathy Van at 315-443-5550.