November 17 2020 - January 19 2021
Parenting in Place
8- Week Live Masterclass Series
Join a group of experts in parenting, well-being, and neuroscience for three months of support. We’re here to answer your questions, validate your feelings, and help you find resilience. Click here to learn more.
January 25 2021
Let's Talk 2e!
Please join me and 24 other experts at the Let’s Talk 2e virtual conference for Educators. This event is for teachers, parents, and clinicians. I'll be speaking on "Supporting Struggling 2e Students with Executive Function. Click here to learn more and get access forever.
Past Events & Projects
November 12 @ 8 pm EST
Understanding Executive Functioning in Your Neurodiverse Child
Dr. Mike Postma and I will be sharing valuable and helpful information on the root causes of Executive Function deficits in our uniquely wired kids, and will provide practical, actionable strategies to help improve our children and students who struggle with homework, grades, procrastination, underachievement, time-management, motivation, etc. Join us for FREE while we're live. Click here to register.
October 19 - October 22
Parenting ADHD & Autism Summits
If you want to improve life for your child with ADHD, and improve life for yourself as a parent of a child with ADHD, you can’t afford to miss these experts. Seth is a featured speaker, his topic is on Day-to-Day Executive Function Challenges.
October 9 - October 11
Parenting for Resilience, Confidence, & Independence
The Parenting Online Summit is designed to give you practical, simple to implement ideas and strategies to create better relationships with your child, be proactive rather than reactive and grow your child to be resilient, confident, and independent.
October 5 - 11
"Seven Days to Less Chaos" Series
CALM THE CHAOS, HOSTED BY DAYNA ABRAHAM
Discover how to go from exhausted and worn out to calm and confident in 7 days! If you’re struggling with your out-of-the-box child’s behaviors… remote learning… and the world being shut down… this is for you.
October 5 - October 9
Raising Resilient Kids in an Anxious World
Hosts of the Happily Family Conference
25 Experts Offer FREE Support for Mindful Parents to Raise Connected and Confident Kids. Join tens of thousands of other parents, professionals, researchers, and authors sharing the science of parenting. Get practical tools to make everyday family life easier.
October 1 - October 31
ADHD Awareness Expo
The ADHD Awareness Expo is a FREE month-long online conference. Join thousands of people from across the world to find support for ADD / ADHD. You will receive: tips & strategies from top experts, a showcase of products and services, FREE online goody bag, Zoom Networking Sessions, and 24/7 Attendee Chat. Seth is a featured speaker, his topic is on Students & Executive Function.
June 10 - August 5, 2020
Parenting In Place
8- Week Live Masterclass Series
Parenting In Place is a limited engagement live masterclass series designed to help families thrive in challenging times.
THURSDAY, JULY 16, 2020 7:00-8:30PM EDT
Executive Function: How Teachers and Parents Can Support Struggling Students
FEATURED SUMMER SPEAKER for North Penn School District.
Seth will be featured as an online SUMMER SPEAKER for North Penn School District.
During this 90 minute, online, workshop-style presentation, Seth will guide parents and teachers on how to better meet the needs of students who struggle with executive function, including how to differentiate for giftedness. The first 30 minutes will focus on what parents can do, followed by what teachers can do. The last 30 minutes will be Q&A, so get your questions ready!
LEARN MORE ABOUT THE EVENT HERE or HIT THE BUTTON BELOW TO REGISTER!
Monday, JULY 6, 2020
Bergen County CHADD’s Virtual Event
ALTERNATIVE PLANS and TOOLS FOR KIDS WITH ADHD
Families are facing unprecedented challenges with the effects of the corona virus, including shelter-in and school at home. The resulting stress has increased uncertainty and anxiety for all, but especially for ADHD kids and their families. This stress is only heightened by the ending of the school term, which means more time at home, with less activities and less structure. The meeting is open to all who seek support and information, including parents and clinicians.