WEBINAR: 'Breaking down barriers to learning and the emotions' with Dr Lindsay Peer
Wednesday 26 July 2017
Breaking down barriers to learning and the emotions: Understanding and successfully supporting the dyslexic young person
BDA are delighted to announce the launch of webinars!
Date: 28th September 7:30pm – 8:30pm (Q&A session within the webinar)
Join us for:
‘Breaking down barriers to learning and the emotions: Understanding and successfully supporting the dyslexic young person’ with: Dr Lindsay Peer CBE C.Psychol C.Sci AFBPsS FRSA FIARLD AMBDA.
This webinar is aimed at those who teach and support primary and secondary young people with dyslexia.
We provide a CPD certificate (via PDF) for this session.
BOOKINGS FOR THIS WEBINAR ARE NOW CLOSED.
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Dr Lindsay Peer, CBE
Educational & Chartered Psychologist, Speaker, Author & Expert Witness, Lindsay is widely recognised as an expert in the range of specific learning difficulties, SEN & mainstream education. In 2002 she was appointed CBE for services to Education & Dyslexia. In 2011 she was awarded the Outstanding Lifetime Academic Achievement Award by the British Dyslexia Association (BDA). She is a Patron of GroOops, a charity dedicated to creating an emotionally healthy dyslexia aware world. Lindsay has lectured extensively as keynote speaker internationally since the late 1980s & advises governments, trade unions, policy makers, lawyers, adults, schools, psychologists, therapists & parents. She delivers school INSETs.
Lindsay is an Associate Fellow & Chartered Scientist of the British Psychological Society & a Fellow of both the International Academy of Research in Learning Disabilities & the Royal Society of Arts. She is a member of the Association of Child Psychologists in Private Practice & of the Association for Child & Adolescent Mental Health (ACAMH). She is registered to practice with the Health and Care Professions Council.
Lindsay held the posts of Education Director & Deputy CEO of the BDA until 2003. She has many years’ experience as a teacher, teacher trainer & SENCo. She has published a considerable body of material both theoretical & practical & published the first ground-breaking book linking ‘Glue Ear’ with Dyslexia.
Lindsay has a private practice using offices in Watford assessing children, students & adults facing challenges in learning and at work. She is authorised to assess for public examinations. Expert witness experience: Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, AD/HD, Asperger’s Syndrome, Speech & Language Difficulties, APD, Hearing Impairment, Global Delay, MLD and Emotional challenges.