Like all dedicated practitioners, CRG providers work hard to stay current about the latest research on clinical practices. We enjoy sharing articles with each other and discussing conference highlights and trends in the field over lunches and more formal meetings. In … more...
Pre-term babies now represent 8% of the infants born in the U.S. With improvement in neonatal care, infants who are extremely premature or have very low birthweight have a much greater chance of surviving. A recent psychological bulletin provides information from a … more...
Many thanks to CRG’s Front Office Coordinator, Jennifer Burns, for thinking of CRG families and college students when she saw a recent program on NBC’s Today Show. That program played a YouTube video made by Emery Bergmann, a freshman at Cornell University, after it … more...
Dr. David Parker, CRG’s Postsecondary Disability Specialist and ADD&Life Coach, has been invited to make a return trip to Japan in January 2018. He first visited that country in 2005 at the invitation of two pioneering professors, Dr. Tomone Takahashi and Dr. Haruo Shinoda, who have spearheaded Japan’s efforts to develop disability services for college students with LD, ADHD, and/or ASD. Dr. Parker will give talks at Waseda University, Meisei University and to the newly formed JAPAN AHEAD about evidence-based services and accommodations for postsecondary students with these disabilities.
Dr. Jason Rowland (CRG Psychiatrist) will give a talk at Ball State University on Saturday, February 24th. BSU’s School of Nursing and its Center for Autism Spectrum Disorder are collaborating to host a conference entitled,
“Addressing the Healthcare needs of Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder.” Dr. Rowland’s lecture will focus on what school nurses need to know about the medication needs of students with ASD.
Dr. David R. Parker (CRG Postsecondary Disability Specialist/ADD&Life Coach) and Dr. Julie T. Steck (CRG Psychologist) will present a workshop at the 2018 Indiana AHEAD annual conference at Purdue University on March 29th. Their topic will be “College Students with ASD: Mental Health and Internet Vulnerability.” Indiana AHEAD is the state’s professional association for college disability service providers.
Dr. David R. Parker (CRG Postsecondary Disability Specialist/ADD&Life Coach) will make two presentations at Oklahoma City University on April 11th. The events are sponsored by OCU’s Center for Excellence in Teaching & Learning. Dr. Parker will deliver the keynote, “The Face of Resilience,” during the 11th Annual Faculty Awards Luncheon and then conduct a faculty development workshop that afternoon entitled, “Promoting Grit and Resilience in a Generation of Undergraduates Who Don’t Look Up.”
Dr. Joshua Lowinsky (CRG Adolescent and Adult Psychiatrist) will once again teach his popular course on mental health issues at the Christian Theological Seminary this spring: Psychopathology and Assessment. This entails training current and future mental health providers to enhance their ability to recognize, accurately diagnose, and treat individuals with a variety of mental health issues. Guest speakers will include CRG psychologists Dr. Julie Steck (“Neurodevelopmental Disorders”) and Dr. Dana Lasek (“Personality Disorders”). In addition, Dr. Lowinsky will continue his popular lectures around the globe for Medical Education Resources’ (MER) Primary Care Conferences. Dr. Lowinsky’s current topics include “The Complexity of Adult ADHD,” “Antidepressants Don’t Work, Doc,” “I Just Drink a Few Beers at Night,” and “Suicide and Violence.” These professional development events for physicians and other healthcare providers will take place in Vail, CO in February; Hong Kong in March, and Key West, FL in May. Dr. Lowinsky also looks forward to presenting a lecture entitled “Identification of Psychiatric Disorders and Evidence-Based Prescribing of Psychotropic Medications in Youth” at the School-Based Health Alliance 2018 National Conference on June 25th here in Indianapolis.
CRG’s Speaker’s Bureau helps schools, colleges, community agencies and other organizations learn more about children, teens, and adults with disabilities and/or behavioral health issues such as depression and anxiety. Most of our providers are available to give talks and/or conduct trainings on a wide range of topics. We work with you to customize a presentation that combines research-based knowledge with practical strategies and applications. As you plan your group’s professional development events for the year ahead, we invite you to contact Dr. David Parker to discuss your needs.
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