Chasing a Child's Potential Programs

Engaged Learners Programs and Workshops

"This was probably my best course and I'm so glad that I attended for myself, my children, and the students that I serve.  I have referenced the information since, so thanks for presenting!"

"I appreciate that you gave us a wealth of information and were very engaging to listen to."

"This was my absolute favorite course to take!  I thoroughly enjoyed listening to you speak on dyslexia and how we learn to read. This info was fascinating!  I would love to hear more from you!"

"Thanks for sharing your experience with people suffering from Dyslexia.  You obviously have a lot of knowledge in and interest in an area that I don't feel a lot of Clinical Psychologists have."

"Great job!  Thanks for dealing with the technical difficulties while maintaining a good attitude.  This was very Informative."

Research clearly shows that deeper understanding and transfer of knowledge occurs when participants are “engaged learners.” In programs developed and led by Dr. Cheryl Chase, attendees are active participants. All of her programs are imbedded with the sound principles of experiential learning. Rather than just being passive listeners, participants at Dr. Chase’s workshops and lectures interact, get involved and engage in hands-on activities—all while having fun! “I strongly believe that facts plus fun equals deeper learning,” says Dr. Chase. “I want you to walk away from my presentations informed, energized and better-equipped to meet the needs of the children you serve.”

Dr. Chase’s programs and workshops are available to fit most needs and budgets. From local school districts to national mental healthcare organizations, Dr. Chase has led program for groups all across the country. Whether they last two hours or several days, her presentations are fresh, fun and offer concrete tools that audience members can easily put into practice. “You’ll be amazed at what we can achieve… together,” says Dr. Chase.

Topics Include:

  • Executive Functions: How Theory Informs Practice
  • Attention Disorders: Skills, Not Just Pills
  • Learning Disorders: Symptoms & Intervention
  • Emotional Disorders: What’s a School to Do?
  • Diverse Learners & Differentiated Instruction
  • Managing Difficult Children and/or Parents
  • Transitioning to College for Those with Special Needs
  • Reading and Executive Functioning: What’s the Link?
  • Stronger Student: Neuroscience and Best Practice

Dr. Chase can develop a program specifically tailored to meet your organization’s needs. Please call or e-mail her today to discuss your particular situation.

Dr. Chase is available for the following:

  • Keynote Addresses
  • Workshops & Seminars
  • Staff Development
  • Training the Trainers
  • Lectures
  • Media Spokesperson

Contact Dr. Cheryl Chase now! Give us details about how Dr. Chase can work with you and/or your group.