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Leigh Monahan, Ph.D.
• February 08, 2024

Supporting children through mental health concerns and disruptive behavior is often one of the most challenging parts of being a parent. Evidence suggests, however, that parental and environmental supports are an effective way to foster behavioral, emotional, and cognitive development. Leigh Monahan, Ph.D. describes what parent-mediated interventions are, why they can be helpful, and what type of concerns they can address. Viewers will walk away from this workshop with increased knowledge of parent-led interventions and practical strategies to begin using with their school-aged children.

Leigh Monahan, Ph.D.


Dr. Monahan is passionate about helping children, adolescents, young adults, and families to empower themselves and to gain concrete skills for achieving optimal social, emotional, behavioral, and academic success. She takes a holistic approach to working with clients, and she values partnering with key stakeholders in the young person’s life. Dr.