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AVIP to Host a Second ADHD Workshop

Jan. 25, 2008 – The Association of Virgin Islands Psychologists will host a Continuing Education Workshop on "Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder: Current Trends in Diagnosis and Treatment." It will be held from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., on Friday, Feb. 22, at The Palms Restaurant at Pelican Cove Hotel. Alan Graham, Ph.D., will be the presenter at the seminar, which is designed for professionals working with adults and children in the mental health field, according to a press release from the AVIP.
Graham is a recognized leader in the assessment, counseling, and coaching of children and adults with ADHD, and one of the first clinicians to use innovative computer-based technology in promoting sustained attention and task focus with children and adolescents.
Pre-registration fees for AVIP members and RLS Medical Center staff is $50. The fee for full-time students is $25, and for all others, $65. Attendance is limited, so participants should sign up early to avoid the additional $10 registration fee at the door. Continental breakfast is included, and a special luncheon menu will be offered at attendees' expense. Continuing education credits (CEU's) will be available for those who need professional development training certificates for their licensure renewal.
For information and pre-registration forms, contact Denese Marshall at 773-0295, ext. 212 or Dr. Ron Herron at 513-1115. For more on the seminar and Alan Graham, along with on-line registration, go to www.associationofvirginislandspsychologists.com

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