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Contact: Steven L. Lubetkin, APR, Fellow, PRSA
Managing Partner, Professional Podcasts LLC
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CHERRY HILL, NJ – March 2, 2009 – A workshop with Dr. Richard Selznick, Ph.D., a nationally known psychologist, about his newly published book, The Shut-Down Learner: Helping Your Academically Discouraged Child, is the topic of a new podcast produced by Cherry Hill-based Professional Podcasts LLC.
This workshop was recorded at Temple Emanuel in Cherry Hill, NJ, on Sunday, March 1, 2009. This podcast is featured in Professional Podcasts’ Middle Chamber Books Podcast series, and is also being cross-posted to the Temple Emanuel Podcast series.
A psychologist, nationally certified school psychologist, graduate school professor and university professor of pediatrics, Dr. Selznick has great sensitivity for the topic. Dr. Selznick has consulted with thousands of families over the years on the issues related to The Shut-Down Learner. Included in the book are numerous case studies drawn from vast professional experiences.
“We are pleased to be able to produce a podcast so that more parents and educators can benefit from hearing Dr. Selznick’s insights on learning difficulties,” said Steve Lubetkin, managing partner of Professional Podcasts. “The advantage of podcasting is in being able to provide important content to audiences even if they are not able to attend a live discussion.”
As Director of the Cooper Learning Center, Dr. Selznick oversees a program that assesses and treats a broad range of learning and school-based academic and behavioral problems. The Cooper Learning Center is a Division of the Department of Pediatrics, of Cooper University Hospital. The Hospital is a leading teaching hospital in the region. With its affiliation to UMDNJ (University of Medicine and Dentistry in New Jersey), many of its faculty are represented as among the best in the region. The Cooper Learning Center was established by Dr. Selznick within the Pediatric Department in 1995. It is the leading program in the region offering a variety of different services, including parent and teacher training along with its clinical practice.
Dr. Selznick additionally works as a school consultant, and is asked to lecture frequently to parents and teachers on a variety of different topics. Throughout the year, Dr. Selznick speaks to numerous parent groups through schools, regional conferences, and lectures at Cooper University Hospital and the newly established Cooper Center for Women. Popular topics of Dr. Selznick’s include: “Myth’s & Realities of Dyslexia,” “Dealing With Bullying: Is Your Child a Shark or Shark Meat,” “Parenting Dilemmas: Regaining Control of the Ship,” “Managing Your ADHD in College,” among many others. In the spring of 2007, Dr. Selznick spoke to over 200 teachers on the topic of the Shut- Down Learner and the signs to notice in early childhood. Known for presenting with humor and a down to earth style, Dr. Selznick offers his audience an enjoyable experience, with practical and very applicable strategies for the challenging issues they are faced with their children.
Dr. Selznick has been invited to appear on radio and television to discuss a variety of children’s issues. Within the last year, Dr. Selznick appeared on the nationally syndicated Lynne Doyle show, “It’s Your Call.” The topic of discussion was whether same-sex schools were advantageous.
In the summer of 2007, Dr. Selznick was an invited guest on the Michael Smerconish radio show (1210 WPHT) to discuss the current trend of “redshirting” kindergarten students.
Learn more about Dr. Selznick’s book at shutdownlearner.com.
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About Professional Podcasts LLC
Professional Podcasts LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Lubetkin Communications LLC, is an award-winning provider of Internet-distributed audio and video content production services for corporations and professional organizations. The firm also produces its own podcasts focusing on public relations, computer technology, bond ratings, and interviews with book authors.
Podcasts are digital audio or video recordings distributed using Internet technology. Visitors to an organization’s website can download podcast programs for review on their desktop computers, or synchronize them with a portable digital media device. Software programs called “feed readers” or “podcatchers” allow users to “subscribe” to podcasts at no cost, and receive new programs in a podcast series automatically.
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