CFC professionals frequently offer public presentations on a wide range of specialties and expertise.

Tina Payne Bryson, Ph.D.   Dr. Tina Payne Bryson speaks internationally to parents, educators, camps, and clinicians, focusing on how we can help the kids we love be happier, healthier, and more fully themselves. She is the co-author (with Dan Siegel) of two New York Times bestsellers:  THE WHOLE-BRAIN CHILD ,  NO-DRAMA DISCIPLINE , and  THE YES BRAIN .    Click here for details.    contact:  parenting@tinabryson.com

Tina Payne Bryson, Ph.D.

Dr. Tina Payne Bryson speaks internationally to parents, educators, camps, and clinicians, focusing on how we can help the kids we love be happier, healthier, and more fully themselves. She is the co-author (with Dan Siegel) of two New York Times bestsellers: THE WHOLE-BRAIN CHILD, NO-DRAMA DISCIPLINE, and THE YES BRAIN.

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contact: parenting@tinabryson.com

Georgie Wisen-Vincent, LMFT, RPT-S   Georgie Wisen-Vincent is a licensed child and adolescent psychotherapist who helped create and coordinate the Loma Linda University Play Therapy Certificate Program. She now specializes in play and creative arts therapies for children from the early years to adolescence.    Click here for details.    contact:  georgie@thecenterforconnection.org

Georgie Wisen-Vincent, LMFT, RPT-S

Georgie Wisen-Vincent is a licensed child and adolescent psychotherapist who helped create and coordinate the Loma Linda University Play Therapy Certificate Program. She now specializes in play and creative arts therapies for children from the early years to adolescence.

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contact: georgie@thecenterforconnection.org

Christine Triano, LCSW   Christine Triano is an adolescent and young-adult psychotherapist who is also a writer and co-producer of  Lost Angels: Skid Row is My Home. S he also received the VOICE Award from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) for educating the public about the experiences of people in recovery from mental illness.    Click here for details.    contact:  christine@thecenterforconnection.org

Christine Triano, LCSW

Christine Triano is an adolescent and young-adult psychotherapist who is also a writer and co-producer of Lost Angels: Skid Row is My Home. She also received the VOICE Award from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) for educating the public about the experiences of people in recovery from mental illness.

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contact: christine@thecenterforconnection.org

Jamie Chaves, OTD, OTR/L, SWC   Dr. Chaves focuses on sensory integration theory and practice that fundamentally acknowledges that the brain can actually change through repeated stimulation (called neuroplasticity). Teaching is a passion of hers, and she regularly consults with educators, learning specialists, therapists, pediatricians, and other health professionals.    Click here for details.    contact:  jamie@thecenterforconnection.org

Jamie Chaves, OTD, OTR/L, SWC

Dr. Chaves focuses on sensory integration theory and practice that fundamentally acknowledges that the brain can actually change through repeated stimulation (called neuroplasticity). Teaching is a passion of hers, and she regularly consults with educators, learning specialists, therapists, pediatricians, and other health professionals.

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contact: jamie@thecenterforconnection.org

Annalise Kordell, LCSW   Annalise is the Clinical Director of the Center for Connection. She is passionate about helping parents and children find a more tranquil path through busy years of change and growth. She works within a broad systems viewpoint, balancing attention to culture, environment, family, and individuals to achieve a sense of harmony and cohesion.    Click here for details.    contact:  annalise@thecenterforconnection.org

Annalise Kordell, LCSW

Annalise is the Clinical Director of the Center for Connection. She is passionate about helping parents and children find a more tranquil path through busy years of change and growth. She works within a broad systems viewpoint, balancing attention to culture, environment, family, and individuals to achieve a sense of harmony and cohesion.

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contact: annalise@thecenterforconnection.org

Joy Malik-Hasbrook, PsyD   Dr. Malik-Hasbrook is a licensed clinical psychologist who has been dedicated to supporting families for the past fifteen years. She can discuss parenting support strategies from an IPNB lens; strategies for teachers and schools to integrate social and emotional development; self-care, well-being, inner-compassion, and vicarious trauma; the impact of screens and technology; psychology assessments and testing; as well as general field discussions for psychology students.    Click here for details.    contact:  joy@thecenterforconnection.org

Joy Malik-Hasbrook, PsyD

Dr. Malik-Hasbrook is a licensed clinical psychologist who has been dedicated to supporting families for the past fifteen years. She can discuss parenting support strategies from an IPNB lens; strategies for teachers and schools to integrate social and emotional development; self-care, well-being, inner-compassion, and vicarious trauma; the impact of screens and technology; psychology assessments and testing; as well as general field discussions for psychology students.

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contact: joy@thecenterforconnection.org


Additional speakers are available for a range of topics. Speaking requests may be submitted using the below form.

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