How Can HMHBI Support My Child
with Dr. Kara Lemke, Tiffany Wilson, APCC, and Tara Anvar, LCSW
My child is struggling to adjust to all the changes during this overwhelming time. With so much going on, it can be a struggle to know how to best support your children. Do you need help supporting your child and family during this time? HMHBI is here to help!
If you have questions about our programs, what we offer, and how we can support you, this is your chance to ask!
Please RSVP below to attend the virtual seminar! You will receive a Zoom link to the presentation on Sunday morning.
About Dr. Lemke
Dr. Lemke is the Director of Healthy Minds Healthy Body Institute. She is a licensed psychologist and an expert in psychological assessment and treatment for children. Dr. Lemke has extensive experience with group, family, and individual therapy for young children, school age children, adolescents, young adults and their families. She specializes in Autism Spectrum Disorders, developmental concerns, anxiety, depression, attention, and behavioral difficulties. Dr. Lemke has also presented workshops to parents and professionals on topics such as anxiety, Autism Spectrum Disorder, child development, internet safety for teens, and diagnosis of children.
About Ms. Tiffany
After graduating with her BA in psychology, she moved to Austin, TX where she continued her experience as an investigator for Child Protective Services. For the last ten years, she has worked in the field of Deaf Education and furthered her education by getting her MS in both Clinical Psychology and Clinical Counseling. Tiffany's therapeutic training and experience includes social emotional literacy, family support and education, accessible behavior supports in the classroom, positive behavior interventions, a variety of therapeutic and linguistic supports for children and families from all walks of life. Tiffany enjoys providing trainings for staff in the school setting as well as families. Her specialties include: deafness, autism, anxiety/depression, behavior difficulties, giftedness, self-regulation, trauma-informed care, emotional disturbance and LGBTQ/non-binary individuals.
About Ms. Tara
Tara is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and received her PPS credential in school counseling in 2013. She has been working with children of all ages for many years. While earning her Master’s in Social Work, Tara taught parenting classes to foster parents and provided counseling to homeless youth. Tara has worked extensively with children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and other learning disabilities as a behavioral therapist and school counselor. She has developed a curriculum to educate students about bullying behaviors and presented it to school wide to children from first to eighth grades.