At EEC, one of our missions is to empower you with information that helps you be the primary guide for your child. These workshops and online webinars, presented by coaches at EEC, will provide you with little mini-lessons, strategies, and resources that can help you and/or your child, no matter their age. Our team of coaches has extensive knowledge and experience and understands the challenges of raising a neurodiverse child. We know that you and your family will benefit greatly from the information shared in these workshops.
A library of our online webinars
Plan for the Future
Craft strategies & set focused goals for life and academic success.
Reflect on the Past
Examine past experiences to nurture growth, resilience, and insight.
Initiate in the Present
Take action, develop lasting habits, and embrace positive change.
Cultivate resilience, drive through challenges, and achieve your goals.
EEC's Free Online Webinars & Workshops
EEC's Workshop Series
Because our team of coaches has a wide range of expertise and experience, we can and will share information about various topics. The overall goal is, first and foremost, to help you feel connected with your child while also helping you understand the neurobiological basis of their diagnosis and learning profile, provide a variety of tried and true tools and strategies that help build executive function skills, and continue to have the opportunity to ask questions of our team of experts that will help you achieve your goals and stay motivated to advocate and support your child.
Parent Workshop Series with Dr. Murphy
On Demand workshops focused on helping parents become 'EF Coaches' by learning meaningful and empowering parent strategies to support your child's neurodiverse needs and build skills to manage school and life. Sample topics include: Cultivate the ADHD Superpowers; Parenting Screentime; Strategies to support working memory; Metacognition: Strategies that teach problem-solving skills; How to parent the 'rebel' personality
End the Homework Battles via strengthening executive function skills in middle school through young adult
This presentation series by Dr. Murphy is for parents of students who struggle with homework, struggle to independently initiate and manage their priorities, or struggle to find balance in this overscheduled generation.
EEC-sponsored Free Webinars
Each guest speaker shared their expertise in areas that matter to parenting the neurodiverse child. On Demand access to topics like All About Neuropsychological Evaluations; Gap Year; Transition to College for Students with Complex Learning Profiles; Sensory Preferences and Self Regulation and Learning