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Adolescent Brain Development by Darla Sinclair

  • 11/03/2017
  • 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
  • 3545 Ellicott Mills Drive, Training Center, Ellicott City, MD 21043
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Teenagers - one minute they’re fine, the next they’re biting off your head! One day they make a great decision and the very next day, they make the worst one ever! Whether you work or live with them, we all wonder at some point, “What is wrong with them??!!”   The Adolescent Brain workshop reveals the neuroscience behind the issues of Nature or Nurture, and why teenagers are one of the most challenging populations to work with. You’ll understand the scaffolding that supports their brain development as well as how stress and sleep affect them. You’ll learn why they’re so negatively impacted by things like drugs, alcohol and their cell phones and you will leave with a better understanding of what you can do to help them and their parents through the turbulent time that is adolescence. 

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Darla Sinclair, MSW, LCSW-C, is a Licensed Certified Social Worker-Clinical; and has been in clinical practice for over 15 years. She is also a certified EMDR practitioner. She has advanced training in working with Mood Disorders, EMDR, PTSD, Complex Trauma, Sensorimotor Psychotherapy and Adolescent Mental Health. She draws from her practice background, which includes administrative experience and the provision of clinical supervision, to teach graduate students from Loyola University and the University of Maryland’s School of Social Work about the artistic science involved in clinical practice with individuals, groups and families. She continues to actively provide clinical services from her private practice in Ellicott City. 

PsyCoun Consulting, LLC offers training and consulting services related to psychology, counseling, and career development to individuals, professionals, corporations, and educational organizations.  For more information contact: info@PsyCoun.com

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