Directions Workshop – Social – Emotional and Behavioural Assessment and Diagnosis of Learning Disorders at THINKING OUTSIDE THE BOX Expo

Jutta Dempsey, Psychologist with over 30 years experience, and Chelsea Corbett, Provisional Psychologist will present the Social – Emotional and Behavioural indicators of a Learning Disorder and how these often will pre-empt the diagnosis of a Learning Disorder. Children and Adolescents often present with anger, anxiety, defiance, depression and low self-worth while seemingly doing “OK at school – getting C’s” and yet psychological assessment clearly shows that they are underachieving. Life for the child and family swirls out of control when a diagnosis for parents and teachers easily identifies the cause and pathway to management and success.

This Workshop will allow Parents and Teachers to fully understand the indicators of Learning Disorders and the assessments required to diagnose and understand the possible management strategies available to assist the child whether that be a Dyslexic, Dysgraphic, Aspergers / Autistic, Gifted and Talented, CAPD, ADHD difficulty or a combination.

3 thoughts on “Directions Workshop – Social – Emotional and Behavioural Assessment and Diagnosis of Learning Disorders at THINKING OUTSIDE THE BOX Expo

  1. Hi
    Could you please confirm for me if there is any cost involved in attending the Directions Workshop – Social – Emotional and Behavioural Assessment and Diagnosis of Learning Disorders at THINKING OUTSIDE THE BOX Expo? Do I need to register or book to attend?
    Many thanks, Chris

    • Hi Chris,
      No cost to our workshop. Only the ones to Leslie Keast Patch and Julie Tasker which require registration and payment (they are from Brisbane so costs involved). All other presentations are also free of charge and no entrance fee.
      No registration for the above workshop required – hope you can make it.
      Kind Regards
      Jutta Dempsey

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