Janine Halloran speaks with counselors, educators, other helping professionals and families about the importance of play and how that integrates into teaching social skills and self-regulation.
PAST PRESENTATIONS INCLUDE:
Anxiety, ADHD, and Anger in the Classroom: 60 Activity-Based Coping Skills to Effectively Manage "Big Feelings"
Plainview, Manhattan, & Nanuet NY
Northbrook, Naperville & Oak Lawn, IL
Sacramento, Oakland, & Palo Alto, CA
Devil’s Lake, ND
Parsipanny & South Plainfield, NJ
Feedback from attendees of this conference:
“I love all the strategies I’m walking away with!”
“I kept writing down a kid’s name next to an exercise we talked about to try with them next week.”
“This is one of the best seminars I’ve ever been to!”
This day long seminar is available on-demand via PESI Publishing and Media. Click here to learn more.
OTHER PAST PRESENTATIONS:
Promoting Social Skills for Kids Through Play, Games, and Class Activities
Learning & the Brain Conference on "Schooling Social Brains: Promoting Social Skills, Interactions, and Collaborations in a Digital Age"
New York, NY
May 4th, 2019
The Importance Of Encouraging Play At EVERY Age (Even As Adults)
April 7th-12th 2019
April 1st - 7th 2019
Purposeful Play in the Classroom (with co-presenter Maria Metzler)
Chicago Toy and Game Fair 2018
Play in Preschool: Why it’s Important and Ways to Incorporate More Play into the Classroom
East Central BOCES
The Most Effective Tool for Combatting Anxiety
Mom Conference: For Moms By Moms
TOPICS JANINE CAN PRESENT ON:
Coping Skills Ideas for School Counselors
Play in the Classroom
How to Encourage Play at Home
Special Education Parent Advisory Councils
If you’re interested in having Janine speak for you, please contact her below!