December 5, 2018 9:30 AM to 12:30 PM

Financed by FIRST 5 Santa Clara County.

Today’s topic is Well Child Syndrome.  We will discuss the emotional and social development of the sibling of a special needs child, early warning signs of distress as well as evidence-based research and interventions to bolster positive outcomes for this population, that is often missed until pathology becomes apparent. Spanish translation available.

El tema es el desarrollo emocional y social del hermano de un niño con necesidades especiales, los signos de alerta temprana de angustia, así como las investigaciones e intervenciones basadas en la evidencia para reforzar los resultados positivos para esta población, que a menudo se pasan por alto hasta que se manifiesta la patología. Traducción al español disponible. Será traducido al Español simultaneamente

Speaker / Prenstado: Laura Beth DeHority

Laura Beth DeHority is a Registered Marriage and Family Therapist Intern (IMF 96095, Supervisor Julie Nasser, MFC 41524) who works with couples, siblings, groups and multi-generational families to provide support in areas of family roles and communication, stress reduction, anxiety, depression, grief and addiction. Laura Beth’s greatest area of interest is working with families who are touched by special needs. Her work provides support to those who are siblings and long-term caregivers, giving them the opportunity to explore solutions that will bring them hope and joy in their circumstances. She is the Immediate Past Board Chair of Via Services, a private, independent non-profit organization dedicated to helping individuals with disabilities and special needs achieve greater self-sufficiency and lead richer lives.  Laura Beth holds a M.A. in Marriage and Family Therapy and is pursuing her PsyD from California Southern University.

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