Dr. Christine Powell to Speak at U.S. Department of State’s Ninth Annual Global Teaching Dialogue

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Washington, D.C. – Dr. Christine Powell, an esteemed educational therapist specializing in executive functioning skills development, will present at the ninth annual Global Teaching Dialogue hosted by the U.S. Department of State. The virtual event will convene educators and experts worldwide from July 23 – 24, 2024.

Dr. Powell’s session will focus on nurturing executive functioning skills in students to enhance academic performance and social competence. Drawing from her extensive experience as an educator and mother of a child with ADHD, she will provide practical strategies for educators.


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For more information and free registration, visit Event Registration Link.

About Dr. Christine Powell: Dr. Christine Powell is a seasoned educational therapist with over 19 years of experience. She is dedicated to helping individuals develop executive functioning skills for academic and personal success.


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You’ll have a 20-minute session with Dr. Christine Powell. During this session, she will address your inquiries about ADHD, unique learning profiles, and Ed Therapy, offering valuable insights and answers tailored to your questions.