BASEC Presents Archive
Archived videos from BASEC Presents. Click below to view each video on the Archive.org website.
LICSW Jasen Boyle speaks to parents about Kids, Teens, and Substance Abuse. Chenery Middle School Auditorium
Gender-based Messages: What Are We Telling Our Children? Featuring Aparna Mujumdar, PhD
Belmont After School Enrichment Collaborative (BASEC) presents Dr. Caryn Bello. Bello is a clinical psychologist and in her presentation Fostering Healthy Body Image in a Body Shaming World she discusses current trends of body shaming in young girls, how to help promote a healthy body image, the factors impacting the development of body image for girls K-5, and the relationship between body image, self-esteem and eating disorders.
Belmont After School Enrichment Collaborative welcomed Zach Kerr of Safe Schools for LGBTQ Students . Kerr spoke on behalf of the state laws and policies supporting youth who have socially transitioned their gender.
Administration staff and members of the Adoptive Families Together network talk about the challenges of adoption to Belmont residents at Burbank Elementary School. AFT is a program of the Eliot Community Human Services and the Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children.
Supporting the Mental Health of Teens in the Age of Facebook and Snapchat
Screening of films by the BASEC students in the filmmaking club. Panel discussion with filmmakers from one group.
Dr. Steve Schlozman presents Child Development and Temperament in Approaching Difficult Discussions with Kids. Filmed at Burbank School, Belmont MA.
Belmont After School Enrichment Collaborative: Social Success for Tweens and Teens by Peter Rosenmeier, LICSW 6/7/16
Social Success for Tweens and Teens: The Middle School years initiate massive changes in social development for our kids. Successfully navigating this turbulent phase presents us with both opportunities and challenges. Drawing on current research into the developing adolescent brain, best practices in social work and psychology, and more than 30 years' experiences working with adolescents and their families, Peter Rosenmeier will help us unravel some of the mysteries of middle schoolers' emerging social selves.
Kalyani Krishnan, M.A. Licensed School Psychologist and learning Specialist. In this presentation, Kalyani Krishnan provides comprehensive information for parents and educators, including definitions and descriptions of executive function processes, how these processes influence success in school and at home, and research-based, tried and true strategies for helping students with executive function weaknesses. Ms. Krishnan is Assistant Director of Assessment at the Institute for Learning and Development, Lexington, MA and is a Doctoral Student in School Psychology, Northeastern University.
The Nurtured Heart Approach™ (NHA) is a internationally acclaimed method created by bestselling author Howard Glasser. This is a strengths based positive discipline approach in which children are intrinsically motivated both pro-socially and academically.
Learning From the Millennials: How Our Digital Media is Shaping the Social Skills and Mental Health of the Next Generations. By Joni Siani