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FREE Workshop – The Digital Era & Its Impact on our Youth
Sep 17, 2016

negative impact of too much screen time on children

Free Workshop Series:

How to Parent in the Modern Era:

The Digital Era & Its Impact on our Youth

September 17, 2016

Register Now

American Youth spend more than 7 hours per day in front of a screen! For the growing brain, there are many negative impacts including neurological changes as well as psychological influences.

Dr. Edan M. Alcalay will discuss how screen time is manipulating us in many ways, and how learning is being negatively affected.

In this free parenting workshop he will discuss the following:

  • How the 1980’s was a pivotal time period
  • Discuss the adolescent stage of development
  • The effects of too much screen time
  • The pros & cons of Social Networking (i.e. Facebook)
  • Provide strategies to reduce screen time.

Who is this workshop for?
Parents of children of all ages, along with Caregivers and Professionals working with children

When is the workshop? 
Saturday, September 17, 2016 from 10:00 A.M. – 11:00 A.M.

Where is the workshop being held? 
4600 Linton Blvd
Delray Beach, FL

Cost?
The workshop is FREE. Space is limited so please RSVP early to ensure a seat is available.


Please fill out the form below to register for this FREE workshop.

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To RSVP please fill out the form above or contact the staff at The Center for Treatment of Anxiety and Mood Disorders.

If you have questions about the workshop, contact Dr. Eden M. Alcalay or call 561-496-1094.


About the Presenter

Dr. Eden M. Alcalay specializes in treating children and adolescents suffering from problems such as: sexual abuse, physical abuse, substance abuse, trauma, PTSD. He also helps children and adolescents who are bipolar and/or suffer from psychosis. His education helps parents with parenting skills. Dr. Alcalay provides individual therapy and group therapy services.

In addition to providing traditional psychotherapy and psychological testing, Dr. Alcalay is a certified E.M.D.R. (Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing) therapist which is used in the treatment of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. This treatment method has received a high level of recommendation by the American Psychiatric Association and the American Psychological Association.

Dr. Alcalay received his Doctorate in Clinical Psychology with a specialization in children at Carlos Albizu University (CAU) located in Miami, Florida. During his training, Dr. Alcalay conducted research on Teaching Responsible Behaviors to Adolescents, (TRBA). TRBA is designed as a prevention program to adolescents and their parents. The services of the program are focused on identifying and targeting early symptoms of aggression and depression in adolescents, providing psycho-education to parents and adolescents, promoting adolescent autonomy, self-efficacy and pro-social skills, and enhancing family life and communication. In addition to his research on TRBA, Dr. Alcalay studied the Program for Alcohol Abusing Adolescent using Combined Therapy & Exercise (PACTE).

He has developed many parenting workshops. As continuing his education, Dr. Alcalay has received advanced training from the Florida Psychoanalytic Center. Clinically, Dr. Alcalay has worked in substance abuse rehabilitation for adolescents and adults and in a Community Mental Health Clinic (CMHC) working with underprivileged populations. Subsequently, he continued at a Miami Children’s Hospital Psychiatry Department, conducting individual, group, and family psychotherapy for patients with severe childhood psychiatric problems (i.e. suicide). He received his post-doctoral training here at the Center for Treatment of Anxiety and Mood Disorders.

Dr. Alcalay is a member of the Association for Play Therapy (APT), United Way of Broward, and Florida Psychological Association (FPA). Dr. Alcalay is also a professor at Lynn University and conducts research on modern topics such as: The Anxiety Explosion, The Digital Era and its Impact on our Youth, Project Brain, and how Group Play can prevent mental disorders.

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Girls 6-Week Life and Social Skills Group:
Begins July 26, 2016

Girls Life and Social Skills Group

Helping children acquire the foundational skills for success in social relationships

To register, please call (561) 496-1094

Age: Girls ages 10 to 14

Date and Time: Tuesdays from 4:45-5:45 P.M. beginning July 26th

Location: 4600 Linton Blvd. Suite 320, Delray Beach, Florida 33445

Cost: $600 for six week series including parent intake
Sessions will occur on a weekly basis for six weeks. A parent intake is required for participation.

Groups will help your child to:

  • Foster successful peer relationships
  • Develop and improve self-monitoring skills
  • Improve frustration tolerance
  • Increase social understanding
  • Improve perspective taking
  • Enhance self-esteem
  • Reduce anxiety related to social functioning
  • Develop and improve problem-solving and conflict resolution skills

Why are child social skills important?

Social skills are the foundation for getting along with others and having a well-rounded, successful child. From family and peer relationships to getting along at work or school, social skills are an essential part of life. Training in social skills can help your child to navigate social situations with a greater confidence.

Groups will focus on learning to initiate and maintain conversations with peers, increase self confidence in various social environments and gain a greater understanding about the verbal and nonverbal behaviors involved in social interaction.

To register, please call (561) 496-1094


About the Presenter

Ryan-JosephDr. Ryan Seidman is a licensed clinical psychologist, specializing in the treatment of children, young adults, parents, and their families. Her primary focus is on social and emotional concerns, developmental disabilities, employment and school-related difficulties, and behavioral challenges. She utilizes various modalities to treat each client’s unique needs including individual counseling, behavioral interventions, social skills training, family therapy, parent education and training, and group therapy. Dr. Seidman has provided consultative services to a variety of school personnel and medical professionals throughout Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties. Moreover, she has extensive experience conducting developmental, psychoeducational, neuropsychological and psychological evaluations.

Dr. Seidman graduated from the University of Miami with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and then went on to earn her Master’s and Doctoral Degrees in Clinical Psychology from Nova Southeastern University. She has worked in a variety of settings including private practice, non-profit agencies, community mental health centers, substance abuse rehabilitation facilites, schools, university clinics, and hospitals.

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Boys 6-Week Life and Social Skills Group:
Begins July 27, 2016

Boys Life and Social Skills Group

Helping children acquire the foundational skills for success in social relationships

To register, please call (561) 496-1094

Age: Boys ages 10 to 14

Date and Time: Wednesdays from 4:45-5:45 P.M. beginning July 27th

Location: 4600 Linton Blvd. Suite 320, Delray Beach, Florida 33445

Cost: $600 for six week series including parent intake
Sessions will occur on a weekly basis for six weeks. A parent intake is required for participation.

Groups will help your child to:

  • Foster successful peer relationships
  • Develop and improve self-monitoring skills
  • Improve frustration tolerance
  • Increase social understanding
  • Improve perspective taking
  • Enhance self-esteem
  • Reduce anxiety related to social functioning
  • Develop and improve problem-solving and conflict resolution skills

Why are child social skills important?

Social skills are the foundation for getting along with others and having a well-rounded, successful child. From family and peer relationships to getting along at work or school, social skills are an essential part of life. Training in social skills can help your child to navigate social situations with a greater confidence.

Groups will focus on learning to initiate and maintain conversations with peers, increase self confidence in various social environments and gain a greater understanding about the verbal and nonverbal behaviors involved in social interaction.

To register, please call (561) 496-1094


About the Presenter

Ryan-JosephDr. Ryan Seidman is a licensed clinical psychologist, specializing in the treatment of children, young adults, parents, and their families. Her primary focus is on social and emotional concerns, developmental disabilities, employment and school-related difficulties, and behavioral challenges. She utilizes various modalities to treat each client’s unique needs including individual counseling, behavioral interventions, social skills training, family therapy, parent education and training, and group therapy. Dr. Seidman has provided consultative services to a variety of school personnel and medical professionals throughout Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties. Moreover, she has extensive experience conducting developmental, psychoeducational, neuropsychological and psychological evaluations.

Dr. Seidman graduated from the University of Miami with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and then went on to earn her Master’s and Doctoral Degrees in Clinical Psychology from Nova Southeastern University. She has worked in a variety of settings including private practice, non-profit agencies, community mental health centers, substance abuse rehabilitation facilites, schools, university clinics, and hospitals.

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