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The U-M Psychological Clinic has a group beginning in January that will focus on building group members' social skills and decreasing anxiety related to social situations and performance.
The IHA is seeking an individual with strong writing and web communication skills to work as our website and marketing content writer.
With funding from an IHA Graduate Student Research Assistantship, former intern Adam Grabell is researching disruptive behavior in preschool-aged children.
The University of Michigan is hosting a variety of events in November in honor of Veteran's Week 2013. The U-M Psychological Clinic will be participating through our Adjustment Matters panel series.
Application deadline for the ADOS-2 workshops is October 28 and December 23, 2013 the deadline for the ADI-R workshops. The intensive training workshops in diagnosing Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) will be led by Dr. Fiona Miller,
The U-M Psychological Clinic is offering group counseling to foster mindfulness skills in individuals experiencing stress and anxiety. This is a skills-based group that focuses on building the group member's capacity for taking note of his/her experience without judgment.
Rackham will be hosting a presentation featuring Dr. Fluent, who treated patients and families struggling with ADHD for years prior to his own son's diagnosis. The presentation will cover the journey, Dr. Fluent's previous misconceptions about ADHD, and how his experiences shaped his own professional perspective.
Dr. Fiona Miller will be presenting a "webinar," in conjunction with the Interactive Autism Network, titled "How has this Child Affect your Life? Parents Report on the Impact of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)."
Cynthia Ewell Foster, PhD, and Eileen Bond, LMSW, will be presenting at this year's Connecting the Dots conference, designed to help people maintain a healthy work/life balance.
Group offers individuals struggling with anxiety in social and/or performance situations a place to practice interacting in interpersonal situations.