RECENT PRESENTATIONS BY CPE STAFF AND CLINICIANS

 

2011

Ken Benedict, Ph.D.

  • Gifted and Twice Exceptional Children: Issues in Assessment and Intervention (5/2011)
    Immaculata Catholic School, Durham, North Carolina
  • ADD/ADHD in Adults (5/2011)
    Orange County Department on Aging
  • Race to Nowhere: Professional Panel for Post-Movie Discussion (3/2011)
    Cedar Ridge High School, Hillsborough, NC

2010

Jake Godfrey, Ph.D.

  • Evaluation and Support of Students with Attention and Specific Learning Problems Part II (10/2010)
    Presentation for UNC Chapel Hill School of Medicine Advisory College Faculty Development Session, Chapel Hill, NC
  • Evaluation and Support of Students with Attention and Specific Learning Problems Part I (3/2010)
    Presentation for UNC Chapel Hill School of Medicine Advisory College Faculty Development Session, Chapel Hill, NC
  • Parent Discussion Group: Living with ADHD (2/2010)
    A workshop for parents at Central Park School for Children, Durham, NC

2009

Ken Benedict, Ph.D.

  • Asperger's and Other Autism-Spectrum Disorders (2/2009)
    Presentation for the California Attorneys for Criminal Justice (CACJ) and the California Public Defenders Association (CPDA), Monterey, CA

2008

Ken Benedict, Ph.D.

  • ADHD: Updates and the Role of Coaching (5/2008)
    Two-day workshop for the staff of the Forman School with Jane Benson, M.A., Litchfield, CT
  • Report Writing and Documentation Guidelines for ADHD (4/2008)
    Discussant, Educational Testing Service, Disability Review Panel, Princeton, NJ
  • Continuous Performance Tests in the Evaluation of ADHD (4/2008)
    Educational Testing Service, Disability Review Panel, Princeton, NJ
  • Optimal Assessment Practices for School-Aged Children (3/2008)
    Lecture to Students in School of Education, UNC-Chapel Hill

2007

Ken Benedict, Ph.D.

  • Practical Issues in Neuropsychological Assessment of Inmates (4/2007)
    Lecturer and Panel Member at 'Legal and Mental Health Updates' Conference, Habeas Corpus Resource Center, San Francisco, CA
  • Brain-Behavior Relationships (1/2007)
    Lecture to Students in School of Education, UNC-Chapel Hill
  • Common Psychiatric and Psychological Conditions in School-Aged Children (1/2007)
    Lecture to Students in School of Education, UNC-Chapel Hill

Jake Godfrey, Ph.D.

  • Assessment and Intervention for ADHD and LD (4/2007)
    Didactic Session for Psychology Internship Students at John Umstead Hospital, Butner, NC

2006


Ken Benedict, Ph.D.

  • Assessing Exceptional Children (2/2006)
    Lecture in School of Education, University of North Carolina Chapel Hill
  • Differences in Learning and Attention: An Introduction (1/2006)
    A workshop for parents at Durham Academy, Early School, Durham, NC
  • Gender Differences: Implications for Parents and Teachers (1/2006)
    A workshop for parents at Duke Middle School, Durham, NC
  • Helping Children with Social Skill Development (1/2006)
    A workshop for parents at the Hill Center, Durham, NC

Donald Stedman, Ph.D.

  • Policy Issues in NC Regarding Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities Issues for Children (2/2006)
    Postdoctoral Seminar on Policy Changes in Child Mental Health Services Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute
  • The Importance of Implementing the NC Supreme Court Decision on Funding and Programs for At-Risk Children in Poor School Districts in North Carolina (1/2006)
    UNC-CH Law School, Conference on the Leandro Case
  • Introduction to Exceptional Children (1/2006-5/2006)
    School of Education, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Class Professor

Jake Godfrey, Ph.D.

  • Assessment and Intervention for ADHD and LD (4/2006)
    Didactic Session for Psychology Internship Students at John Umstead Hospital, Butner, NC
  • Differences in Learning and Attention: An Introduction (1/2006)
    A workshop for parents at Durham Academy, Early School, Durham, NC

Darcy Berger, M.Ed.

  • Teaching Secondary Students with Disabilities (1/2006 5/2006)
    School of Education, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Clinical Instructor for Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) Program.

2005


Ken Benedict, Ph.D.

  • Pain-Related Disorders: Clinical and Research Considerations (12/2005)
    A presentation to researchers and clinicians - Center for Neurosensory Disorders, UNC-CH
  • Gender Differences: Research on Brain Development, Learning & Behavior, and Classroom Implications (12/2005)
    Workshop for faculty of Duke Middle School, Durham, NC
  • Scholastic Ability and Achievement Measures for Adults and College Students (5/2005)
    Educational Testing Service, Disability Review Panel, Princeton, NJ

Donald Stedman, Ph.D.

  • A Presentation to the NC School Boards Association Annual Convention (11/2005)
    NC School Boards Association, Greensboro
  • Presentation on the Importance of Housing for Disabled Persons and the Mentally Ill in North Carolina (10/2005)
    NC Commission on Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities and Substance Abuse Services
  • Presentation on the Importance of School Health Services for Effective Schools (10/2005)
    NC Association of School-Based Health Centers
  • Presentation on the Importance of Trained Workforce to Staff Local Programs for Children with Special Needs and their Families (10/2005)
    Family Support Network of North Carolina
  • Presentation on New Approaches to Teacher Preparation (9/2005)
    Wake Public Schools Board

Darcy Berger, M.Ed.

  • Behavior Management in the Classroom (3/2005)
    School of Education, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

2004


Ken Benedict, Ph.D.

  • Classmates and Students with High Functioning Autism (9/2004)
    A Presentation to faculty and students at the Emerson Waldorf School, Chapel Hill, NC
  • Psychological Factors in Medication Management of Children and Adolescents (6/2004)
    Wake County AHEC: Using SSRIs in children and adolescents in the treatment of depression and anxiety. Friday Center, Chapel, NC
  • Alternative and Adjunctive Interventions for Depression and Anxiety Disorders in Children and Adolescents (6/2004)
    Wake County AHEC: Using SSRIs in children and adolescents in the treatment of depression and anxiety. Friday Center, Chapel, NC
  • Determining Test Accommodations for College Students with LD/ADHD
    Three day course taught with Jane Benson, M.A., Learning Disability Services, UNC at Chapel Hill at 16th Annual Postsecondary Disability Training Institute (PTI), Mt. Snow, VT
  • 5th Annual Timothy B. Burnett Seminar for Academic Achievement: A Panel Discussion for College Students with LD/ADHD (4/2004)
    Professional Panel Member, Sponsored by UNC-Chapel Hill: Learning Disabilities Services (LDS)
  • The Role of Medication in ADHD and Other Childhood Disorders (3/2004)
    With Mark Chandler, M.D., North Carolina Neuropsychiatry, P.A., Hill Learning Development Center, Durham, NC

Jake Godfrey, Ph.D.

  • Family Caregiver Adjustment and Coping (2/2004)
    Durham Chapter of National Alliance for the Mentally Ill (NAMI)