ONE MARSHMALLOW OR TWO?
ATTACHMENT, SELF-REGULATION, AND EXECUTIVE FUNCTIONING
Thursday, July 19, 2018
7:30 to 9:30 pm
Led by Anne Rowe and Lauren Siegel of the Kingsbury Center
The famous “Marshmallow” Experiment found that children who were able to wait for what they wanted went on to lead more successful lives. Follow the journey from a baby’s total reliance on adults to personal self control with two Kingsbury Center psychologists. Learn how you can foster the important executive functions needed to manage challenges as your child grows. Intended for parents of ages 2-5 but all are welcome!
About the Facilitators:
Ann Rowe is a licensed clinical psychologist who conducts neuropsychological evaluations and psychotherapy for children and adults at the Kingsbury Wellness & Learning Group. Dr. Rowe specializes in the assessment and treatment of gifted children and adults with learning differences and is co-author of the book Creating Effective Programs for Gifted Children with Learning Disabilities. She presents at national and regional conferences on the topics of giftedness and neuropsychology. Dr. Rowe received her doctorate in clinical psychology from the Catholic University of America and has been with Kingsbury for over 20 years.
Lauren Siegel is a licensed clinical psychologist and is the Director of Diagnostic and Psychological Services at The Kingsbury Center. She conducts neuropsychological evaluations and provides psychotherapy for students at Kingsbury Day School. Dr. Siegel’s specialties included ADHD and anxiety, as well as mild to moderate autism. She received her doctorate from the George Washington University and has been with Kingsbury for 6 years.