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All Brains Are Different – Neurodiversity in Children

Event Date
Thursday June 6th, 2024
6:30 – 8:00 PM
Saint Maur International School (Yokohama)

Join TELL's latest in-person workshop

Date / Time: June 6th, 6:30pm – 8:00pm

Location: Saint Maur International School (Yokohama)

RSVP: Email outreachteam@telljp.com

Sponsored by The Bluff Clinic.

The term Neurodiversity has gained popularity in recent years, and it is now widely used in schools and workplaces, but what does Neurodiversity really mean? This workshop aims to explore the concept and definition of Neurodiversity in Children, and learning more about some of the various conditions it includes, such as Autism, ADHD, and Dyslexia. 

This workshop will include some activities to better understand the Neurodivergent experience. We will explore the common characteristics of these conditions, learn how to identify them, and most importantly, learn ways to support children who may be Neurodivergent in a more helpful and effective manner.

About the presenter:

Denisse Wasumi is a Clinical Psychologist working in private practice for therapy, assessments, and workshops in Tokyo since 2018. She completed her graduate studies in Mexico, where she worked for six years in the Special Education system. She received a scholarship from the Japanese government to study Clinical Psychology in Japan, at Tokyo Metropolitan University, where she did research on Cultural Adaptation and therapy methods for neurodivergent children. Denisse specializes in Neurodivergence, Mood Disorders, and Cultural Adaptation for clients of all ages. 

RSVP: Email outreachteam@telljp.com