Professional Talks/Presentations

Drs. Gisbert, Morales Knight, and Richardson strongly believe in making psychology accessible to as many people as possible and sharing their knowledge with people in their community. They have given presentations on a variety of topics related to psychology to parents, children/adolescents, medical professionals, school staff, and other mental health providers. If you are interested in inviting them to give a presentation at your organization or event, please call 714-696-1385 or email CABHC@CA-BHC.com. Below is a list of presentations they have given around the country.
 
To Parents
  • “What can I do to set my child up for success?”, presentation to parents involved in the GATE program at Irvine Unified School District, 2017

  •  “Parenting on purpose: Instilling values, teaching resilience,” presentation to parents and students at Santiago Hills Elementary School, Irvine Unified School District, 2017

  • “Parenting from the inside out: Instilling values, without drama,” presentation to parents at Turtle Rock Elementary School, Irvine Unified School District, 2016; at Canyon View Elementary School, Irvine Unified School District, 2016

  •  “What Parents Need to Know about Bullying Prevention,” Del Cerro Elementary School, 2016

  • “Early Childhood Cognitive, Physical, and Socio-emotional Development,” Early Headstart Program, 2016

  • “Parent Workshop on Discipline for Children,” Head Start Program, 2016

  • "Parent Workshop on Socialization Tools for Children,” Head Start Program, 2016

  • “Parent Workshop on Child Development Strategies,” Head Start Program, 2016

  • “Parent Workshop on Appropriate Child Development,” Head Start Program, 2016

  •  “Bullying Prevention for Parents,” Del Cerro Elementary, 2016

  •  “Managing Your Child’s Problem Behaviors,” University of Miami Mailman Center for Child Development Parent Group, 2014

  • “Parenting Styles and Your Child’s Temperament: Finding the Match,” University of Miami Mailman Center for Child Development Parent Group, 2014

  •  “Baby 101: What to Expect During 18‐24 Months,” Early Steps’ Provider Training, Mailman Center for Child Development, 2014

  • “Baby 101: What to Expect During 12‐18 Months,” Early Steps’ Provider Training, Mailman Center for Child Development, 2014; University of Miami Mailman Center for Child Development Parent Group, 2014

  • “Baby 101: What to Expect During 6‐12 Months,” Early Steps’ Provider Training, University of Miami Mailman Center for Child Development, 2014

  •  “Baby 101: What to Expect During 0‐6 Months,” Early Steps’ Provider Training, Mailman Center for Child Development, 2014; 2013

  •  “Managing Children’s Behavior in the Classroom,” Debbie School, 2013

  • “Holiday Survival Guide for You and Your Family,” University of Miami Mailman Center for Child Development Parent Group, 2013

  • “Potty Training 101,” University of Miami Mailman Center for Child Development Parent Group, 2013

  • “Building Babies’ Brains Through Play,” University of Miami Mailman Center for Child Development Parent Group, 2013; 2009

  •  “Infant Sleep: Helpful Tips for Getting a Good Night’s Rest,” University of Miami Mailman Center for Child Development Parent Group, 2013

  • “Promoting Your Child’s Social and Emotional Development,” University of Miami Mailman Center for Child Development Parent Group, 2013

  • “Effective Parenting Strategies for Young Children’s Behaviors,” University of Miami Mailman Center for Child Development Parent Group, 2012

  • “Accessing Psychological Services and Reasons for Seeking Help,” Grupo de Apoyo para Latinos con Autismo, 2010.

To Pediatricians/Medical Providers
  • “Anxiety Screening and Helpful Resources for Patients,” St. Joseph’s Hospital Mental Health Conference, 2017

  • “Psychosocial Issues in Pediatric Oncology,” CHLA Lecture Series to Oncology medical students, 2015

  • “De-escalation techniques for working with patients and their families,” CHLA staff members, 2015

  • “The Psychological Impact of Extended Hospital Admissions on Adolescents,” CHLA Adolescent Medicine Grand Rounds, 2014

  • “Psychosocial Influences on Pre- and Post-operative Functioning in Children and Adolescents,” CHLA Pediatric Psychology Interns, 2014

  • “Use of MCHAT in the Pediatrician’s Office,” University of Miami Medical Pediatric Resident’s Conference, 2013

  • “Use of PCIT for Children with Behavior Problems,” University of Miami Medical Pediatric Resident’s Conference, 2013

Trainings for School Staff/Teachers
  • “Working with Students with Mental Disorders and Developmental Disabilities,” presentation to the faculty at Canyon View Elementary School, Irvine Unified School District, 2016

Trainings for Professionals
  •  “Child Development: Birth Through Childhood,” Clinical Chaplain Interns, July & November 2014

  • “Parental Problems and Child Abuse,” CME presentation to medical staff at Fountain Valley Regional Hospital, 2016

  • “The Boys Town Model and Mental Disorders,” presentation to the Family Homes team at Boys Town California, 2016

  •  “Utilization of PCIT for Children with Autism,” Center for Autism and Neurodevelopmental Disorders, 2016

  • “Token Economy Program for Children,” University of Miami Psychology Interns’ Weekly Conference, 2012

  • “Utilizing the Association of University Centers on Disabilities (AUCD) Networks to Improve Universal Design for Individuals with Disabilities,” University of Miami Mailman Center for Child Development, 2009

  • “The Advantages of Sibshops for Families with a Child on the Autism Spectrum,” Children’s Hospital of Oakland, 2007

  • “Depression and Suicidality in Children with Social Communication Deficits/Pervasive Developmental Disorders,” Department of Psychology, Stanford University, 2008

To Teens/Children
  •  “Anti‐Bullying Talk for Children,” Del Cerro Elementary, 2016

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