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Dr. Jay Berk on Electronic Addiction and Oppositional Children

Jack Hirose interviews Jay Berk Ph.D. on Electronic Addiction, Oppositional Children, and his upcoming workshops: Skills Practice: Practical Interventions with Oppositional, Defiant, & Angry Children, Adolescents & Young Adults in School & Mental Health Settings.

About the Author:
Jay Berk, Ph.D.

Jay Berk, Ph.D., is a licensed clinical psychologist and an internationally recognized expert in the child/adolescent behavioural field who brings both a clinical and education perspective to his work with children, adolescents and their families. For over 25 years, Dr. Berk has been treating clients with ODD, ADHD, autism, anxiety and stress, depression, learning disabilities, Tourette’s Syndrome and individuals who have Autism Spectrum Disorder. He conducts 15 social skills/mental health groups for children and adolescents and works daily with school and community professionals, families and parents. Dr. Berk continually consults for several school districts. In his private practice, in Beachwood, Ohio, he provides therapy for children, adolescents, families, testing and evaluation, school consultation as well as designed and facilitates alternative educational program.



Excellent speaker, knowledgeable, kept audiences interest and gave practical usable suggestions. I have never been at a session in which I was so engaged for the entire 2 days”
– Edmonton, AB | May 23 – 24, 2019

“Excellent instructor – never found it boring for one moment. Learn a lot and feel more/better informed. Thank you!”
– Edmonton, AB | May 23 – 24, 2019

“This was great. Very good speaker, clear and kept all engaged. I would like to take more from Jay Berk”
– Edmonton, AB | May 23 – 24, 2019


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