Due to emergency circumstances, SEPTA needs to reschedule Dr. Spector’s presentation on The Healthy Use of Technology. Confirmation of the date and location will be available very soon.
Dr. Linda Gulyn, an APS parent and professor of psychology at Marymount University will speak at the January 11 meeting about Bullying. SEPTA meets at the Syphax Education Center, 2110 Washington Blvd, Room 101. Free parking is available under the building.
Children who demonstrate aggressive behavior at school may reserve hostilities for certain peers. Children and adolescents with disabilities are at particular risk for physical, verbal and psychological victimization. During this session, we will explore the causes and consequences of bullying, and steps to take to support students with disabilities in school and beyond. Please bring your questions and concerns.
Dr. Gulyn teaches courses in developmental and social psychology. She specializes in human development and has conducted research on, written, and presented on such topics as children and the media, effects of advertising on children, children’s fears, multiple-birth children, and children with Autism Spectrum Disorders.