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Plan, Prioritize and Self-Regulate, OH MY: Executive Functioning for Kids and Teens

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Summary

Executive functioning and self-regulation skills are mental processes that help us engage in goal-directed actions such as planning ahead, prioritizing tasks, and managing our own emotions and behaviors. These skills play an important role in an individual’s daily functioning in the home, school, and community settings. Executive functioning and self-regulation skills are developed over time, and some individuals may need more support than others to develop these skills. This webinar will further define executive functioning and self-regulation skills and examine the importance and impact of skill development in these areas. Strategies to promote executive functioning and self-regulation skill development throughout childhood and adolescence will also be discussed as well.

About Dr. Kerry Catanese

Dr. Kerry Catanese, Ph.D. is a School Psychologist and post-doctoral fellow at Total Education Solutions. She presently provides school psychology services to Cleveland area charter schools and psychological evaluation, therapy, and Autism Navigation services to children and caregivers at the TES Fairlawn Clinic. Kerry has previous work experience providing individual, parent, and family therapeutic services to early childhood and school-aged children in the school, home, and community environments. She also has professional experience completing psychological evaluations with early childhood and school-aged children in school, residential treatment center, and outpatient settings.

Before joining the team at TES, Kerry worked primarily with children and families affected by trauma. She has published research on the following topics: cultural adaptations for social-emotional skills curricula, identification of ADHD and ASD in school settings, correlations among early literacy skills and inattention/hyperactivity in preschoolers, assistive technologies for students with traumatic brain injury, assistive technologies for students receiving special education services, and the effects of a psychopharmacological treatment on a rodent model of impulsivity.

Outside of work, Kerry enjoys spending time in training activities with her dog so she can one day become a certified therapy dog.

To register for this event please visit the following URL: https://tesidea.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_Ij9WqyiPSU-Egq2erKQhHQ →

 

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02-09-2022
 

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