Crowdsourcing Resilience from a Neuroscience Perspective
This will be an interactive facilitation, providing an opportunity for connection, awareness, and new insights.
About this Program
During this two-hour of facilitation, as a group, we will explore the neuroscience behind resilience and self-regulation and reflect on our own abilities, as well as crowdsourcing ideas to help us self-regulate to increase our ability to perform personally and professionally.
This will be interactive facilitation, providing an opportunity for connection, awareness, and new insights. We would like to ask you to be prepared to have an open heart and mind to this new experience.
This session will be led by Evelyn Guttmann, a certified neurodevelopmental occupational therapist. She is an expert in digital and in-person facilitation, delivering powerful outcomes through designing conversations that unlock collective wisdom.
Evelyn will use what she and her sister, Amy, have developed through their work as DOE therapists, private practice clinicians, and international lecturers on the root cause of anxiety and processing delays through this interactive in-person session that will generate ideas and solutions for some of the challenges and opportunities facing ourselves, our students, and our community.
$65 FREE for Transcend™ Members
Meet the Presenter
Amy and Evelyn Guttmann, OTR/L
Amy and Evelyn Guttmann, OTR/L, sister pediatric occupational therapists, have been treating families and children with over 40 years of experience between them.
Graduates of SUNY Health Science Center of New York, they currently run Hands on OT Rehab in Brooklyn, NY, a private practice focused on treating children with anxiety and processing delays, as well as a practice focused on training and educating therapists, pediatricians, educators, and parents. They have evaluated over 5,000 children and have been guest lecturers in some of the most prominent universities around the country.
Their specialty trainings include: Sensory Integration, NDT training, reflex integration, auditory processing specialization, and behavioral management. They are currently conducting research on sensory processing disorder and anxiety diagnosis.
Disclosure: Amy and Evelyn Guttmann receive a speaking fee for their presentation and are employees of Hands on OT Rehab. They have no relevant non-financial relationships to disclose. .