Pediatric Sleep Interventions
Presented by Kristin Daley, Ph.D.
Feel free to bring a snack or breakfast.
3 Continuing Education Credits
BASE is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. BASE maintains responsibility for this program and its content.
Sleep difficulties in children can create a large number of struggles, both for the child and the members of their household. Although it is common to see the outcome of sleep struggles, many clinicians do not know where to begin as to how best to address these issues. Child sleep difficulties relate to a wide range of behavioral and physical health problems, including anxiety, depression, conduct disorders, ADHD, learning challenges, and later diabetes and heart disease (Armstrong, Ruttle, Klein, Essex & Benca, 2014). While many parents and clinicians can be aware of childhood sleep issues, many people do not have the adequate toolkit to address these issues. While childhood sleep problems can be fairly common, they are also very responsive to appropriate behavioral intervention.
Training elements include:
·Definition and characteristics of the common childhood sleep disorders
·Assessment of pediatric sleep
·Behavioral interventions for bedtime refusal and nocturnal awakenings
·Adaptations for special diagnoses- ADHD and autism spectrum disorders (ASD)
Based on the content of this workshop, you will be able to:
· Identify and describe the common childhood sleep disorders
· Define the assessment categories and tools that are necessary for diagnosing pediatric sleep disorders
· Identify the characteristics to ADHD that increase vulnerability to sleep disruption and interventions to address these vulnerabilities
· Identify the characteristics of autism spectrum disorders that increase vulnerability to sleep disruption and interventions to address these vulnerabilities
· List parental behaviors that can improve pediatric sleep continuity
· Describe anticipated sleep changes associated with movement through puberty into adolescence
This program is appropriate for licensed psychologists and other mental health practitioners. Training is at an intermediate level. This will be a private training that is limited to only 4 spots in the community. We will be engaging with the essentials of pediatric sleep medicine, and will be using small group format to cultivate skill utilization. Professionals will also gain the capacity to differentiate when more complicated intervention or referral for sleep specialist may be required.
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Professional and Ethical Issues
There is no commercial support for this CE program, instructor, content of instruction, or any other relationship that could be construed as a conflict of interest. There is no endorsement of products.
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