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Thursday, May 5, 2016

May 27th: “Stronger Together” - 6th Annual PPAL Conference and Celebration

Sponsored by PPAL
The Mass. Family Voice for Children’s Mental Health

May 3, 2016

Let’s Discuss Neuropsychological Testing
Evaluating Complex Emotional and Behavioral Conditions


Jessica Geragosian, Psy.D.

Other Conference Workshops: 

Child Requiring Assistance
Psychiatric Diagnosis in Children and Adolescents

Minority of Mind: Living with Schizophrenia
Cultural Perspectives on Mental Health:
Providers, Parents and Community
The Heroin Epidemic in MA

A Father’s Role in Family Culture and Mental Health
Your Body, Mind and Emotion

What Makes an Animal More than Just a Pet?

Beyond PTSD:
Innovative Solutions for Complex Conditions
Youth Engagement is a Must

or Call 617-542-7860

Our Presenter

Dr. Jessica Geragosian completed postgraduate training in pediatric neuropsychology at the Massachusetts General Hospital for Children at North Shore Medical Center, where a focus of her work was on neurodevelopmental assessment of young children with developmental challenges. In the hospital, school and clinic settings, she has had diverse clinical experience working with children and adolescents presenting with a wide range of cognitive, learning, social and psychological challenges. 

She has conducted research on Mild Traumatic Brain Injury, focusing on the social and psychological consequences for adolescents. She has provided wide-ranging school-based services, including assessment, consultation and therapy.

She enjoys working collaboratively with families and other professionals to address the needs of children with developmental delays and autism spectrum disorders.

When:  8:30am - 3:00pm Friday, May 27, 2016

Where: Best Western Royal Plaza Hotel and Banquet Space
                   181 Boston Post Rd, Marlborough, MA

Admission: Professional, $40; Parent, $15; Youth, $10

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