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Frequently Asked Questions

Will any of these sessions be scheduled again soon?
The sessions listed below are all that are currently scheduled, but high demand may result in a session being repeated at a later date. To be notified when new event schedules are published, sign up for our Parent email list here.

How much do your events cost?
Our dyslexia simulations cost $10 per person. The fee is nonrefundable and cannot be applied to future events. If you are unable to attend, your registration fee will be considered a general donation to Neuhaus Education Center. All other events are free of charge.

The event I want to attend is full. Can I be placed on a waitlist? 
If any spaces become available the event will be reopened temporarily on our website. Please return to this page to check the event's availability.  
College Share and Panel are appropriate for high school aged students (14-18). Neuhaus Education Center cannot accommodate children. Participants who bring children will be asked to leave.
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Friday December 06
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Kimberly B. Harrison, Ph.D. is a clinical psychologist in private practice in Houston. She is also founder of The Conative Group, which is a collective of mental health professionals. Dr. Harrison provides individual and group therapy and psychoeducational testing services. She has considerable training in helping persons with learning differences and ADHD, as well as individuals with high-functioning autism spectrum disorders. Dr. Harrison is passionate about helping parents, teachers and children get to root issues that are causing difficulty at home and school. She also believes that identifying a person's natural strengths and abilities is an important part of effective treatment, and uses this strengths-based approach to minimize weaknesses. She is a dynamic speaker who has an effective way of explaining complex concepts in ways which make them easily understandable. Learn techniques to help your child manage emotions while continuing to focus on academic performance. This workshop will also provide parents with hands-on techniques for setting boundaries and implementing appropriate reinforcers and consequences.
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