“Who’s In Charge? – How to Avoid Power Struggles with Children” is the topic for the Parent Services Center’s annual conference Jan. 26.
Kelly Smith, a recognized child behavior specialist, is the featured speaker.
Ms. Smith is a licensed psychological associate with a master’s degree in clinical psychology. For 17 years, she has worked as a behavior specialist for Mesquite ISD.
She works with students, counselors, teachers and administrators in creating and implementing behavior techniques to help students learn to manage their behaviors at school and at home, according to information supplied about the event.
“Ms. Smith has 30 years experience working with children, teens, and adults with behavioral issues,” conference chairwoman Suzanne Brians said, according to a release. “In addition, she has recorded and co-authored works with the nationally known author and speaker, Dr. Ray Levy. She should provide valuable information for anyone who cares for children.”
Parent Services Center is a nonprofit organization seeking to provide parents and those who work with children the educational opportunities, resources and support necessary to raise children who can become healthy, contributing members of society.
“Our programs are made possible through individual donations, grants, and the generosity of corporate sponsors Southside Bank and At Home Healthcare,” Executive Director Shelley Judd said, according to the release. “We are grateful to all those who support the belief that families matter.”
Visit www.parentservicescenter.org for more information.