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Bipolar, ADHD or Trauma?

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April 3, 2014
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

As we begin to further understand the effects of trauma and become increasingly more trauma informed, this webinar will explore the similar symptomology and presentation of Bipolar, ADHD and Trauma with children with an emphasis on the need to explore a trauma history to avoid misdiagnosing.


Kristen Pulice, LCSW

Kristen Pulice is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker originally from Long Island, New York.  In 1998 she received her B.S. in Applied Social Science from Binghamton University and in 2000 she received her Masters in Social Work from Adelphi University.  With over eleven (11) years of clinical experience (3 of those years in a supervisory role), Kristen has provided individual and family therapy, case management, crisis intervention and advocacy within a mental health, foster care and school based setting.

Kristen is currently the Director of Primary Prevention and Education at INCASA.  As the Director of Primary Prevention and Education Kristen manages the Rape Prevention Education Grant from the CDC among statewide grant holders.

As Director of Primary Prevention and Education, she is working on moving Primary Prevention from the individual and relationship level of the social ecological model, to the community and societal level.

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