Join me and listen in to our Ask the Expert series.
Dr. Dana Johnson
Dr. Johnson is one of the world's foremost
experts on health and developmental issues
affecting the institutionalized child. He is
the founder and director of the International
Adoption Clinic, as well as an adoptive father.
Claudia Roberts, Esquire
Claudia Roberts, Esquire is an educational
advocate with Florida Special Education
and Advocacy. She shares her passion for
child's educational experience and discusses
the notorious document know as the "IEP".
Dr. Bruce Perry
Bruce D. Perry, M.D., Ph.D. is the Senior
Fellow of The Child Trauma Academy,
a non-profit organization based in
Houston. Listen as we discuss
developmental neuroscience, the
stress response system, and how
trauma affects a child's development.
An author of five books, Sherrie speaks
about her greatest passion - adoption
-adopted children and how their parents
are drawn closer. As an adoptee herself,
Sherrie blends practical adoption truths
with life-changing principles.
Marilyn is an independant advocate
for parents working with schools. She
discuss strategic ways for parents to
become better prepared for school
meetings ranging from small teacher
conferences to large complex IEP meetings.
Robert Scaer, M.D.
Board Certified in Neurology and in practice
for 33 years, Dr. Robert Scaer centers on
the connection of childhood trauma and
the addictive nature of video games.
Dr. Andrew Newberg
Dr. Andrew Newberg is the author of
numerous books, including Why We
Believe What We Believe. Listen in
as he discusses how our belief systems
affect the chemistry and neurology of
our bodies. Learn how and why children
hold on so strongly to these beliefs,
whether they are truthful or not.
Dr. Arthur Becker-Weidman
Dr. Arthur Becker-Weidman directs
the Center for Family Development
in Williamsville. In this discussion
Dr. Becker-Weidman discusses Dyadic
Developmental Psychotherapy and ways
to make sense of difficult behaviors in
children, as outlined in his book
Creating Capacity for Attachment.
The Out-of-Sync Child
In this conversation, Carol Kranowitz,
author of The Out-of-Sync Child and
The Out-of-Sync Child Has Fun
discusses Sensory Processing
Disorder (SPD). Listen in as Carol
explains how to identify if your
child may be struggling with SPD.
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