Dr. Michele McDowell

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Please note, all videos were filmed on the road, as the host is working as a frontline medical worker during the Coronavirus pandemic. She would like to thank the Hilton Hotels/American Express and the ANA who provided free housing during these unprecedented times. The host also wishes to thank the interviewees, as they made this vision possible!

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About Dr. Michele McDowell

She is an educational and child psychologist with over 18 years’ experience of working directly with children, parents, schools and also as an expert witness for the family courts. She also offers a distinct array of methods from her experience as a psychologist, special educational teacher, and coach to support children, young people, parents and professionals. She has a wide range of experience in: Assessing, advising, and supporting children and young people with attachment difficulties, neurodevelopmental disorders, including autism spectrum disorder, ADHD, learning disabilities, anxiety, executive function deficits, behavioural difficulties, Internet, gaming, and screen time addictions and other neurodevelopmental diagnoses.

She holds a Doctorate in Educational and Child Psychology, a Master’s in Educational Psychology and Masters in Special Education needs. In addition She has been trained in numerous modalities such as; Hypnotherapy, Emotional Freedom Techniques, and Positive Psychology techniques. She has been the nominated expert offering advice on some of these topics, in numerous online and print publications, and have become a proficient and regular media commentator.

In these uncertain times the world is facing challenges where as parents we are struggling to manage looking after our children and getting everything done. She offers parent coaching to provide support, knowledge, and guidance on how to achieve parenting goals. She works with children and young people aged 0-25 years old supporting their parents with reducing problematic behaviours, and developing positive alternatives.

At this time we may be relying on technology to help us more than usual. She knows it can be tricky to find a balance between using screen time for learning, social interaction or gaming.

She offers; Information about the possible effects technology has on our brains. This guidance can be used immediately by parents to support their child /young person to build a healthy relationship with technology even during COVID 19. In addition she offers expert advice from my experience as a child psychologist and mother.  It’s never too late to change a child’s technology habits, improve your relationship with them and feel happier.

In her spare time she finds herself enjoying a good book, journaling, and building on the foundations between herself and her son, creating strong family bonds.
It’s also been an absolute delight during lock down to also fill many hours of excitement as she begins writing her first book!

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