"What Are They Thinking?"
Pediatric Brain Development
Knowledge Is Power !
A newly established Cedarburg Parent Engagement Series (PES) Steering Committee began work over the summer. The PES Steering Committee’s purpose is to inform and foster active engagement with parents and community members to support the learning, development and health of our kids. The Steering Committee consists of CSD administrators, teachers and parents that are committed to bringing families and schools together to create a meaningful home-school connection that provides an opportunity to learn, share and discuss relevant topics that affect our kids.
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Parents and Caregivers of Children PreK-12
What Are They Thinking?: Pediatric Brain Development
Brian M. Fidlin, Psy.D., Clinical Psychologist
An event hosted by the Cedarburg School District Parent Engagement Series Steering Committee, this presentation will include a straight-forward discussion of the adolescent brain development and the impact that this has on decision making, emotions and risk taking.
Special emphasis will be placed on current trends in adolescent mental health issues and the topic of substance abuse. The discussion includes warning signs that your child may be having problems and is in need of professional help.
Dr. Brian Fidlin is a clinical psychologist and nationally recognized speaker on the areas of pediatric brain development, substance abuse/dependency, and obesity. He has been serving children, adolescents and their families in the Midwest for the past 20 years and currently works as a clinical psychologist at Milwaukee Psychiatrists & Psychologists Chartered.
Dr. Fidlin has a unique way of helping parents and educators gain a better understanding of children, adolescents, and the issues that they face.
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Please Join Us :
- If you are planning to attend this important event, please RSVP under event "more information".
- Child care will be provided by our CHS students. Please RSVP and complete the form below so we can ensure enough supervision at the event.
What Are They Thinking!: Pediatric Brain Development
Thursday, Jan. 17th 2019 at 6:30pm
W68 N611 Evergreen Boulevard
RSVPs are enabled for this event.
Free child care will be available and is provided by CHS National Honor Society students. Please reserve a spot and sign up.