Growing Self- Regulation Skills in Children: Treatment through Individual Therapy and Parent Coaching
Presented By: Margot Burke, Psy.D.
PCOM 4170 City Avenue Philadelphia, PA, 19131
Time: 8:30am to 12pm
Self-regulation is an essential skill necessary for children’s success in academics, social interactions and family relationships. Dr. Burke will present on the development and disruptions to self-regulation and the impact of the parent-child relationship. She will demonstrate various approaches to individual therapy and parent coaching to grow the self-regulation abilities of the child and parent.
Development of self-regulation
Importance and impact of positive self-regulation across development
Disruptions to self-regulation & diagnoses that impact
Techniques/Models to teach self-regulation to children-individual sessions
Techniques/Models to “coach” parents to model & teach self-regulation- parent sessions
Case presentation with curriculum examples
Margot Burke, Psy.D.
Dr. Margot Burke is a licensed child psychologist who is an expert in providing therapy for children, adolescents and their families. She has 20 years’ experience in the field of autism and an extensive background in Applied Behavioral Analysis and Relationship Based Therapies. Dr. Burke is also a certified school psychologist, which provides her with outstanding knowledge in developmental and psychological evaluations as well as navigating the special education services in the schools. Dr. Burke has special interest in helping children and parents learn effective coping mechanisms through self-regulation.