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Managing Child Behavior in a Classroom or Group with Small Brooklyn Psychology
Join us for Managing Child Behavior in a Classroom or Group with Maddy Lawler, LMSW from Small Brooklyn Psychology on Wednesday, November 10th @ 12:00pm

Managing kids' behavior in a group can be daunting. Teachers face this task daily, but many others encounter kids in groups as well, like at a birthday party, class, or camp activity. How do you keep a group of kids on task? What should you do when one starts to act out? Will they all follow suit?

Therapist Maddy Lawler, LMSW, of Small Brooklyn Psychology, will discuss these situations and will provide concrete strategies for managing group behavior. These tools are well suited for anyone who works with kids in groups or in a classroom, as well as for parents looking to help their own child succeed around a group of peers.

This webinar series is media sponsored by Park Slope Parents

Nov 10, 2021 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Maddy Lawler, LMSW
Therapist @Small Brooklyn Psychology
Maddy Lawler, LMSW is a licensed social worker who graduated from Hunter College's Silberman School of Social Work. As a former special educator at the IDEAL School of Manhattan, Maddy incorporates real-world, practical knowledge and advocacy interest in her work. She has extensive experience and training in trauma treatment, using Trauma-Focused Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), and has worked intensively with children and adolescents with behavioral, learning, and social difficulties at Child Mind Institute and other organizations. She uses a mix of CBT, Parent Management Training (PMT), and TF-CBT in her work with children and parents, and she is undergoing intensive training toward certification in Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT). Maddy sees clients virtually and in person and is supervised by one of our PMT/PCIT experts, Jill DiPietro, LCSW.