Engage a Speaker

Our specialists are available to speak to schools, parent groups, educators, pediatric and medical professionals, and community associations.

Speaking to groups of concerned parents, medical/mental heath professionals, and educators has always been integral to the mission of The Southfield Center. We believe that the sharing of information is the first step toward helping children, teens, and their families. Along with our highly popular lectures series, our specialists can be engaged to talk to your group about a range of topics. Please contact us if you would like schedule a presentation to your group.

The Southfield Center can present on any of the topics below or we can design a session based on your specific area of interest.

 

ASSESSMENT

  • Demystifying the Assessment Process


LEARNING SERVICES

  • Executive Functions Development
  • Executive Functions and the Preschooler
  • Executive Functions in Elementary School
  • Executive Functions in Middle School
  • Homework Management Strategies for Parents
  • Organizing Your Child for School and Life
  • Working Memory: The Hidden Ingredient in Learning


SPEECH AND LANGUAGE SERVICES

  • Sensory Processing: A Foundation for Learning in Preschool
  • Parent’s Role in Early Literacy Development
  • Speech and Language Development and the Literacy Connection
  • APD and ADHD: A Differential Diagnosis


PSYCHOTHERAPY AND BEHAVIORAL HEALTH

  • Adolescents and Substance Use Disorders
  • AD/HD: Current Research in Diagnosis and Treatment
  • Adolescent Stress
  • Bullying and Cyberbullying
  • Concussions and High-Impact Sports
  • Group Therapy and Adolescents
  • Managing Performance Anxiety
  • Middle School Students and Stress
  • Play and the Brain
  • Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
  • Resilience and Self-Esteem in Children
  • Stress and Child Development
  • The Impact of Technology on Child Development


PARENT EDUCATION AND COACHING

  • Most Effective Parenting Style
  • Parenting to Raise Resilient Children and Teens
  • Preparing Effectively for the Planning and Placement Team (PPT) meeting
  • Preparing Your High School Senior for the Transition to College


OCCUPATIONAL/PHYSICAL THERAPY

  • Normal Motor Development (and What If It’s Not Normal ?)
  • Rethinking Reflexes and Reactions
  • Recess: Is It Just a Break?

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