Self Care for Parents of Special Needs Children Tiffany Ruffin; Innerworth Psychology Tiffany is a licensed psychologist with a Masters degree in Marriage and Family therapy and a Doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology. She provide individual, family, and marital/couple’s therapy. She utilizes a strengths based approach in her clinical work that focuses on how understanding oneself better can facilitate change and growth. With experience and interest working with ADHD, depression, anxiety, adjustment to life changes, family difficulties, teenagers, college students and overall self-improvement, she brings a breadth of knowledge regarding families of children with special needs. Her goal in her therapeutic work is to help my clients better understand themselves in order to increase self-acceptance. She enjoys helping people become empowered, understood, and accepted.
Self Care for Parents of Special Needs Children
9:00 am – 11:00 am The IEP process (Individualized Education Program) can be daunting to the parent of a special needs child who is ready to enroll in public school. Learn about the IEP process and how you can advocate for your child from professional educator Amanda McCaleb. Presented in partnership with the Springfield-Greene County Library District. Registration by clicking HERE!
Navigating the IEP
9:00 am – 11:00 am Basic hygiene practices can be overwhelming for kids with sensory needs. Local occupational therapists will provide tips to help develop good grooming habits in special needs children. Child care will be provided. Registration will begin February 1st. Check back for registration link.