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  • Our staff - Erikson Institute
    7239 Stacey Austin Staff Clinician Center for Children and Families email protected 312 893 7167 Michele Belanski M S W LCSW Staff Clinician email protected 312 460 3857 Julianna Blanning M S LCSW Staff Clinician Center for Children and Families email protected 312 893 7203 Laura Brock Psy D Staff Clinician email protected 312 460 3858 Monica Dirr M S W LCSW Staff Clinician Center for Children and Families email protected 312 893 7237 Rebecca Gillett M S W M A LCSW Staff Clinician email protected 312 460 3861 Yvette Gonzalez Ph D Program Coordinator Assessment Services email protected 312 893 7238 Ruchira Gulati Hantman M A M S M S W LCSW Staff Clinician email protected 312 893 7108 Tina Ireland M S M S W Staff Clinician Center for Children and Families email protected 312 893 7237 Amy Labb Project Director Early Childhood Disability Transition Project email protected 312 893 7167 Tracie LaNier M A LCSW Staff Clinician Kelly Newhouse SLP Speech Therapist Anne Powers M Ed Program Coordinator Early Intervention Services email protected 312 893 7107 Jean Rounds M A M S W LCSW Staff Clinician Center for Children and Families email protected 312 460 3869 Marian

    Original URL path: http://www.erikson.edu/center-children-families/staff/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Our approach - Erikson Institute
    there were two or three therapists present to get as many perspectives as possible Mother of a recent client Our interdisciplinary team will evaluate your child s development in all domains physical social emotional cognitive and sensory motor This distinctive Erikson approach is at the heart of what we do at the Center for Children and Families and it is what separates us from other clinical services in the Chicago

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  • When to call - Erikson Institute
    with your pediatrician and you still have concerns about your child s development or if someone has recommended testing your child It is a constant struggle to manage your child s behavior Your child appears hyperactive or has trouble listening or paying attention Your child seems overly anxious has trouble separating from you or struggles with shyness and making friends Your child struggles to cope with difficult circumstances such as

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  • In the news - Erikson Institute
    More Before dropping the towel parents should be aware of their child s comfort level toward nudity says Nickels Howard Ludwig interviewed Margret Nickels for this Southtown Star column about deciding when it s no longer appropriate for a parent to be naked in front of his children More Collecting promotes cognitive development says Nickels Howard Ludwig interviewedMargret Nickels for this Southtown Star column exploring why children like to collect things More Center for Children Families supports family relationships The Erikson on Children newslettter describes how the Center for Children and Families provided one family the tools to become whole again More Mentor relationships offer hope says Nickels Michelle Manchir interviewed Margret Nickels for this Chicago Tribune story about the importance of mentors for children and the decline in availability of programs like Big Brothers Big Sisters More Tips for helping children adjust to new siblings Linda Yu interviewed Margret Nickels on the WLS TV ABC 7 midday newscast discussing ways to help an older child adjust to a new sibling More Wait to tell your kids about your pregnancy says Nickels Rebecca VanderMeulen interviewed Margret Nickels for this Galtime com article about how and when parents should tell their children they re expecting More Children younger than 8 years old are vulnerable to advertising ploys says Nickels Emily York interviewed Margret Nickels for this Chicago Tribune story about children s susceptibility to marketing More Picking a best friend is an important part of growing up says Nickels Howard Ludwig interviewed Margret Nickels for a Southtown Star story about how children choose their best friends More Nickels offers tips for parents about the first day of school Margret Nickels appeared on ABC 7 to give parents advice for helping their children get off to a good start in school More

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  • Resources - Erikson Institute
    discipline Helping your child manage anxiety PDF 2pg Coping with change PDF 2pg Establishing discipline with your child PDF 2pg For more information or to schedule an appointment please call 312 893 7119 or email us at email protected Share this Facebook Twitter Email Print More Google Tumblr LinkedIn Pinterest We can help To schedule an appointment please call 312 893 7119 or email us at email protected Brochure contact

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  • Our Approach - Early Math Collaborative - Erikson Institute
    a teacher s growth and development Knowledge We build preschool and early elementary teachers skills and confidence by giving them a thorough grounding in foundational mathematics often filling in gaps in their math knowledge Foundational math can seem simple but in fact is abstract and hard to explain Discover the Big Ideas Attitude Many early childhood teachers admit they don t really like math or even fear and avoid it Our professional development helps teachers embrace math and learn to be comfortable enough with math to include it in everyday classroom activities Practice Effective instruction requires trying something observing assessing adjusting and trying again repeatedly Most professional development programs can t make the time commitment required to guide teachers through this cycle until they embed new knowledge in their daily lessons We can because we support teachers over the course of a full school year and incorporate time for teachers to reflect on their practice and plan This ensures that what teachers learn is put to good use in the classroom directly benefiting students About our services Share this Facebook Twitter Email Print More Google Tumblr LinkedIn Pinterest Helping close the achievement gap in math for young children Explore our

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  • Math Concept Big Ideas - Early Math Collaborative - Erikson Institute
    patterns size and shape and location and direction children can struggle to understand the more complex mathematical thinking they need later in life The Early Math Collaborative s Big Ideas offer teachers a comprehensive list of the foundational mathematical knowledge and concepts Our Big Ideas aren t pushed down math curriculum for older children They are developmentally appropriate concepts that are clearly mathematical and which clearly can be taught The Big Ideas are based on the most current research from the fields of cognitive science and mathematics education and connect to the Common Core State Standards Examples of Big Ideas Measurement Data Collecting data helps answer questions when the answers are not immediately obvious How to teach this Counting Cardinality Attributes size shape color and so on can be used to sort items into sets How to teach this Operations Algebraic Thinking Quantity is an attribute of a set of objects and we use numbers to name specific quantities How to teach this Geometry Relationships between objects and places can be represented with mathematical precision How to teach this More Big Ideas Helping close the achievement gap in math for young children Explore our research based professional development services Our

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  • Professional Development Services - Erikson's Early Math Collaborative
    professional development needs Our early math services include In person and online learning labs Individualized in class and video based coaching Online learning library Observation and consulting Research and evaluation Complete service descriptions Our approach to professional development is unique We build teacher s math knowledge and confidence in their ability to teach math in fun engaging and developmentally appropriate ways Our approach Current and past projects Our projects range from limited to multi year assignments from one school to networks of schools and early childhood organizations In total we ve worked with approximately 700 teachers and facilitators and reached some 11 300 students around the country since 2007 Our projects Interactive resource for all things early math The Early Math Collaborative provides early math resources for real world teaching for all teachers not just those involved in our projects through an ever growing collection of videos articles and research on the Collaborative website Collaborative website The site takes the best practices and resources in foundational mathematics and presents them in a way that is immediately applicable in the classroom We then connect them to the goals of the Common Core State Standards which makes them even more valuable to

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