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January

Community Workshop: Anxiety in Children and Adolescents: How to Manage their Worries & Fears

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2 Sessions: 12-1 PM, 6-7 PM. All sessions are FREE. The talk will discuss how anxiety manifests in children and adolescents, provide education around some key strategies to prevent anxiety from becoming a problem, and what to do when anxiety has started to control your child's life.

CCF Speaker Series: Dr. Erika Coles

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Dr. Erika Coles, Clinic Director & Clinical Assistant Professor at the CCF, will present From Consultation to Student Outcomes: Increasing Integrity in Classroom Behavior Management

CCF Speaker Series: Dr. Daniel Shaw

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Dr. Daniel Shaw, Professor of Psychology at the University of Pittsburgh, will present the second CCF talk of the season.

CCF Speaker Series: Graduate Student Data Blitz

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CCF Graduate Students will present briefly on current research and recent publications.

February

CCF Speaker Series: Dr. Clancy Blair

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Dr. Blair, Professor of Applied Psychology at New York University, will speak at the CCF Speaker Series.

Community Workshop: How to Support the Inconsolable Child

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2 Sessions: 12-1 PM, 6-7 PM. FREE Nothing tugs at a parent’s heart strings quite like an inconsolable child. We try everything we can to help our children deal with disappointment or sadness or frustration, but sometimes the solutions to these struggles aren’t obvious. This talk will describe what parents can expect from their children as they develop the abilities to manage their own emotions (or feelings) from infancy to the teenage years.

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Dr. Murphy, Professor of Statistics at the University of Michigan, will present at the CCF Speaker Series.

CCF Speaker Series: Dr. Susan Rose

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Dr. Rose, Professor of Pediatrics at Albert Einstein, will present at the CCF Speaker Series.

March

CCF Speaker Series: Dr. Kimberly Hoagwood

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Dr. Hoagwood, Vice Chair for Research, Dept. of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, New York University School of Medicine, will present at the CCF Speaker Series.

Community Workshop: Early Interventions for Children with Behavioral, Social & Learning Challenges

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2 Sessions: 12-1 PM, 6-7 PM. FREE In this workshop, caregivers will learn how to: 1) identify and understand the causes of early social-emotional, behavioral, and learning challenges in young children (ages 3-7); 2) utilize simple strategies across the home and school settings to help promote the behavioral and social-emotional well-being of their children; and 3) implement simple and effective strategies to promote positive learning outcomes and prevent learning failure.

CCF Speaker Series: Dr. Susan Tapert

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Dr. Tapert, Professor of Psychiatry at UC San Diego, will present at the CCF Speaker Series.

April

Community Workshop: Talking to Kids: Parent-Child Conversations & Child Development

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2 Sessions: 12-1 PM, 6-7 PM. FREE Did you know that how parents discuss past events with their children helps foster their memory, language, and emotional development? Do you wish that you could get more from conversations with your child? Do you worry that your child sometimes says things that are not true? This workshop will focus on research-based conversational tools that parents can use to encourage children to give more lengthy, detailed, and accurate reports...

CCF Speaker Series: Dr. Kate Keenan

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Dr. Keenan, Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neuroscience at the University of Chicago, will present at the CCF Speaker Series.

May

Community Workshop: Creating a Daily Report Card

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FREE. In this workshop, caregivers will learn how to change behavior over time, using the tool, the Daily Report Card (DRC). Caregivers will also learn how to reward changes and problem-solve issues at home.

Community Workshop: Creating a Daily Report Card

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FREE. In this workshop, caregivers will learn how to change behavior over time, using the tool, the Daily Report Card (DRC). Caregivers will also learn how to reward changes and problem-solve issues at home.

June

Community Workshop: Understanding Autism & How Early Intervention Can Help

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2 sessions, 12-1 PM & 6-7 PM. FREE. This talk will focus on identifying signs of autism and other autism related disorders, including developmental delays in order give caregivers a better understanding of the disorder. It will also cover what early intervention is and how it can help.

August

CCF Speaker Series: Drs. Furr & Coles

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Dr. Jami Furr & Dr. Erika Coles will present on CCF Clinical Procedures and policies.

September

CCF Speaker Series: Dr. Elizabeth Simpson

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Dr. Elizabeth Simpson, Assistant Professor of Psychology at the University of Miami, will present on Social Cognitive Development in Human and Macaque Infants: Face Perception and Face-to-Face Interactions.

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Dr. Eric Youngstrom, Professor of Pyschology at UNC-Chapel Hill, will present on Working Smarter, Not Harder: Evidence Based Strategies for Improving Clinical Assessment of Bipolar Disorder.

CCF Speaker Series: Dr. Nicole Fava

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Dr. Nicole Fava, Assistant Professor of Social Work at FIU, will present on Adolescent Sexual Health.

CCF Speaker Series: Dr. Lucina Uddin

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Dr. Lucina Uddin, Assistant Professor of Psychology at the University of Miami, will present on Mapping Functional Brain Networks in Typical and Atypical Development: The Case of Autism.

October

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Dr. Koraly Perez-Edgar, Associate Professor of Psychology at Penn State, will present on Attention Processes in Socioemotional Development: Linking Early Risk to Later Disorder.

CCF Speaker Series: Dr. John Richards

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Dr. John Richards, Distinguished Professor of Psychology at the University of South Carolina, will present on Brain Areas Supporting Face Processing in Infants in the First Year: Development, Cortical Sources, and Attention.

CCF Speaker Series: Dr. Isabel Rodriguez-Duncan

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Dr. Isabel Rodriguez-Duncan, Clinician at CCF, will present on Navigating the School System Successfully on Behalf of Special Needs Students.

CCF Speaker Series: Dr. Annette La Greca

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Dr. Annette La Greca, Distinguished Professor of Psychology at the University of Miami, will present on Peer Victimization Processes Contributing to Adolescents’ Internalizing Symptoms: Intervention, Development and Preliminary Outcome

CCF Speaker Series: Dr. Amanda Jensen-Doss

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Dr. Amanda Jensen-Doss, Associate Professor of Psychology at the University of Miami, will present on Better Decision-Makers, Better Clinicians: Bridging the Assessment Research-Practice Gap.

November

CCF Speaker Series: Graduate Professional Development Series

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The CSCAP Graduate Development Panel will present on Addressing Cultural Identities when Conducting Research in Miami: Black, Hispanic, and LGBTQ. Graduate Professional Development Series: Asia Eaton, Assistant Professor, Stacy Frazier, Associate Professor, and Dionne Stephens, Associate Professor, Department of Psychology, FIU.

CCF Speaker Series: Dr. Kimberly Hoagwood

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Dr. Kimberly Hoagwood, Vice Chair for Research in the Department of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, NYU School of Medicine, will present on State System Redesign, Implementation Research, and Children’s Mental Health: Preventing an Emergency Descent.

December

CCF Speaker Series: Graduate Student Data Blitz

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CCF Clinical Science and Developmental Psychology students will present on current research projects and papers.

CCF Speaker Series: Dr. Wendy Stone

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Dr. Wendy Stone, Professory of Psychology at the University of Washington, will present on Early Detection and Intervention for ASD: Are We Ready For a Preventive Intervention Model?