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    Public Speaking

    Dr. Rappaport is available to speak to a variety of audiences including:

    • School Staff and Inservices
    • Parent Groups and Organziations
    • Medical Professionals
    • Mental Health Clinicians
    • Girl Scout Trainings and Events
    • General Community Education
    • Corporate and Workplace Environment 

    Training and Educational Topics

    Some of the topics available include:

    Specific Topics in Children and Adolescents

    • ADHD Diagnosis and Treatment
    • ADHD in Adolescence and Adulthood
    • Loss of a Child or Sibling
    • Bereavement in Children, Adolescents and Young Adults
    • Medically involved Children/Adolescents (Cancer, Rhematological Disorders, Neurological Disorders, Chronic Pain Disorders, Organ Transplant, Cardiac, Limb Deficiency)
    • Anxiety in Children and Adolescents
    • Mood Disorders in Children and Adolescents
    • Tourette Syndrome, Tic Disorders and CBIT
    • Trichotillomania and BFRB’s

    General Childhood Issues

    • Developing Healthy Sleep Habits; Sleep Difficulties and Disorders
    • Toilet Training
    • Behavioral Management
    • Sibling Rivalry
    • Adjustment to Divorce
    • Preschool Readiness
    • Kindergarten Readiness

    Grief and Bereavement

    • Helping a Surviving Child in the Early Days of Grief
    • Teenagers and Grief
    • Living With Grief
    • How to Support a Grieving Co-Worker (program available in the workplace)

    Contact Dr. Rappaport for your organization’s specific needs. 

    About Dr. Lori Rappaport

    Dr. Lori Rappaport received her Masters and Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the University of Southern California. Dr. Rappaport enjoys teaching students and other professionals, as well as parents. She has taught at the University level in both undergraduate (USC) and graduate programs (Chapman University), as well as in the hospitals to medical residents and grand rounds. She has lectured at a variety of professional conferences ranging from critical care nurses to Girl Scout leaders to a national forum on school violence. Dr. Rappaport strongly believes in the power of preventative education and is a regular guest speaker for Scripps Hospital Parent Connection, Rady Children’s, Scripps Mother of Multiples Club, and Fusions Academy, as well as numerous public and private schools and community organizations throughout San Diego County.