She developed a website to disseminate accurate information about child anxiety disorders to parents and professionals (She has appeared on both local and national media networks, including NBC’s Today Show with Katie Couric and Matt Lauer, Nick News, National Geographic Television, Women’s Lifetime Television Network, ABC News’ 20-20 Downtown, and Good Morning America.This camp will be provided by people who are trained with selective mutism, but please note this kids’ camp does NOT offer any treatment.
To obtain the discounted rate, please either call the hotel at (617) 227-8600 and specify the Selective Mutism Conference or book online using the group code 101217SELECTIVE.The conference will be a one and a half day conference and will be held on October 14 and October 15, 2017 at the beautiful Omni Parker House hotel in lively, historic, downtown Boston.It will be a wonderful time of gathering for the selective mutism community to learn the latest in evidence-based information, support one another and connect with both parents and professionals!She has been the recipient of numerous research grants from the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) and local foundations.She conducted the field’s first randomized trials to test treatments for early childhood separation anxiety disorder and adolescent panic disorder. Pincus’ current research focuses on novel ways to transport treatments for child anxiety into community settings, such as schools and pediatric primary care. Pincus has also dedicated a significant part of her career to sharing accurate information about effective cognitive behavioral treatments for child anxiety disorders with the public.She will also teach how to identify and assess anxiety, as well as how to distinguish between normal and clinical levels of anxiety in youth. Pincus will also offer a summary of evidence-based treatment strategies that can be utilized in multiple settings for helping youth develop critical coping skills for handling negative emotions.