Interdisciplinary Approach to Raising your Unique Child
We are so excited to join forces to offer this valuable workshop designed for parents, caregivers, and professionals working in pediatrics.
You will gain insights into tools to integrate a healthy diet, play and exercise using an interdisciplinary team approach to balance a child’s routine. Parents, Caregivers and Professionals will benefit from this workshop’s contributions and open dialogue with professionals from various perspectives, including nutrition, fitness specialist, ABA, and OT.
Be prepared to also have some FUN.
WHEN: March 12th, 2015
TIME: 7:00 PM
WHERE: Washington Square Institute, 41 East 11th Street, Fourth Floor.
The Team Presenters
Adam J. Holstein, P.D., L.P.
Mr. Holstein has been in practice providing therapy for families and individuals, adults and children for 30 years using a multimodal transdisciplinary approach.
Andrea Robbins, M.S., HHC
Family Wellness Counselor
Andrea Robbins is a Nutrition and Health Counselor, specializing in family wellness. She has coupled her many years of teaching experience with her knowledge and passion for wellness and nutrition. Andrea works with children and families to help create and maintain healthy, balanced homes and lives.
Bonita founded Energetic Juniors in 1996. Her certified trainers offer in-home, customized personal fitness sessions in the comfort, convenience and privacy of your home. Children—including special needs children—learn to incorporate more activity into their daily lives, learn needed skills and improve self esteem and confidence, while having FUN.
Candice is a certified personal trainer and yoga instructor and one of the dynamic and creative trainers for Energetic Juniors. Energetics
Roxanne Chess Pierson MS, OTR/L
The Director of occupational therapy at the McCarton Center for Developmental Pediatrics she has worked in the NY public schools and sensory gym settings. Roxanne specializes in working with toddlers, children, and adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorders, Sensory Processing Disorder, and other developmental differences.