Events

20-22

August

TEFOS: The Executive Function Online Summit

presented by Seth Perler

Event Info

All-new amazing speakers will present August 20-22 at The Executive Function Online Summit. Learn key strategies from leading experts who “get” outside-the-box kids. Register by August 24 for free access. Paid passes available thereafter.

This year’s speakers include:

–Nicole Tetreault, Ph.D., Neuroscientist
–Colin Seale, ThinkLaw Founder, Author
–Kade Friedman, M.S. Ed., Educator, Professor
–IngerShaye Colzie, LCSW, ADHD Coach, Psychotherapist
–Jill Stowell, M.S., Stowell Learning Centers
–Tosha Schore, M.A., Author and Parent Coach
–Maria Davis-Pierre, LMHC, Founder of Autism in Black
And many more.

Learn more and register here.

27-30

September

Summit Center Therapy Groups Begin

Virtual 8-week groups for children, teens, and young adults

Event Info
To meet the needs of more children, teens, families, and young adults, Summit Center is offering focused weekly discussion and support groups beginning the week of September 27.
This fall’s groups include:
  • The Worry Warriors, for 4th-5th graders with Amy Feldman, Licensed Educational Psychologist
  • Unstuck: Executive Functioning Skills, for 6th-8th graders and a separate session for 9th-12th graders with Dr. Rupa Robbins, Licensed Psychologist
  • 2e Adulting (A Radical Self-Acceptance Experiment), for ages 18+ with Melanie Hayes, Associate Marriage & Family Therapist
Due to licensing requirements, participants must reside in California.
Interested? To ensure a spot, please sign up by Friday, September 10. Talk to your Summit Center professional, email info@summitcenter.us, or call our office at (925) 939-7500 or (310) 478-6505.

11-14

November

National Association for Gifted Children (NAGC) Annual Conference

Aurora, CO

Event Info
The National Association for Gifted Children (NAGC) Annual Convention is the largest national gathering devoted to gifted and talented education. Three exciting days of 300+ presenters, 200+ sessions, 1,000s of new ideas and engaging networking events. Not to mention, three pre-convention in-depth sessions sharing researched-based resources and practices for gifted coordinators, culturally responsive practices, and serving gifted and talented students in rural areas all led by some of the gifted education field’s leading scholars and practitioners.

 

Speaker Bureau

Summit Center professionals are available to speak to your school, parent group, conference, or other event. They are experienced speakers on a variety of topics for conference keynotes, plenaries, webinars, workshops, and more. Contact our office for more information.