Josette's Client List

Josette Luvmour, PhD -  Presentations in Oregon

 

National College of Natural Medicine (NCNM) Naturopathic Physician Faculty: Holistic Approach to Education, and Avoiding Burn-out: The Critical Importance of Self Care

National College of Natural Medicine (NCNM) Naturopathic Pediatrician’s Conference: Ethics, Development, and Relationship: The context of healing

Portland State University (PSU), Portland, Oregon. Adjunct Faculty in the Continuing Education Department for Counselors and Educators. Courses in Teacher Training and Positive Development in Children.

National College of Natural Medicine (NCNM), Portland, Oregon. Adjunct Faculty in the Continuing Education Department for Physicians. Courses in Human Development and Relationship, Development, and Ethics: The context of healing.

Friends of the Children (FOTC) Mentor Trainings: Supporting development in children 5 thru 12. Supporting well-being in adolescents and teenagers

Parent-Child Preschools of Oregon (PCPO) Annual Parenting Conference presentations: Adult and Child Develop Together; Healthy Boundaries with preschool age children

Salmonberry School NW Holistic Education Conference, Orcas Island, WA: Adult and Child Develop Together: Focus on adults in relationship with school-age children

Oregon State Bar - Family Law Division: Group panel topic, Developmentally Appropriate Parenting Plans

Portland Cooperative Preschool Organization Annual Parenting Conference presentations: Adult and Child Develop Together: Focus on adults with pre-school age

Oregon Counselor’s Association Conference, Silverton, Oregon. Seminar Title: Adult Development in a Family Context.

William Temple House, Portland, Oregon. Staff training for Marriage and Family interns and Community Mental Health interns. Title: Adult and Child Develop Together: The hidden benefits of meeting the child’s developmental needs. For parents of children through ages 8 through 12.

Existential-Humanistic Conference, San Francisco, CA. Presentation title, DEVELOPING TOGETHER: Mutual Development between adult and child.

Multnomah Cooperative Playschool, Portland, OR. Talk: Adult and Child Develop Together: the hidden benefits of meeting the child’s developmental needs. For parents of children up through age 7.

Alliance Charter Academy, Oregon City, Oregon. Culture Creation Project. Conducted organizational assessment to develop appropriate interpersonal relationships with a sustainable and evolving culture with co-creation of touchstones for culture creation and protocols and specific behaviors in the culture involving conflict resolution with all ages

Adjunct Faculty at National College of Naturopathic Medicine, Continuing Education division: Six continuing education lectures on Family Well-Being.

Oregon Association for the Education of Young Children (AEYC) Fall Conference. Talk/workshop on Mutual Development between Adult and Child

Lake Oswego High School Parent Group, Lake Oswego, OR. Lecture on Optimal Well-Being in Teens

NW Women’s Show 2008 speaker: Talk on Communication with your Teenager: a Natural Learning Rhythms view

LakeRidge High School, Lake Oswego, OR: Parent Club Lecture: How to Communicate with your Teenager

Oregon Mentoring Conference: Responding to Childhood Challenges. Workshop Presentation: The Effect of Children on Adults: The hidden benefits of mentoring children

Parenting Connection Conference: Speaker: The Dance of Mutual Development between adult and child

OHSU Women’s Health Conference: Speaker: Communication with teenagers

Hospice, Kaiser Permanente, Portland, OR. Volunteer In-Service Presentation. Topics: Coping with Death in the Family System, also The Child’s Understanding of Death at each Age.

OHSU Center for Women’s Health Grand Opening Events: Mother-Daughter Tea, program for mothers with daughters 8-12 years of age.

Portland Family Enrichment Program. Seven week program featuring experiential learning for whole families of diverse backgrounds. Program funded by Schnitzer Care Foundation, Juan Young Foundation, Rose E. Tucker Foundation and private donors.

Pearl/River District Family Forum—Co-created the Child Development Station; co-sponsored by Central City Concern, Portland Development Commission, Pearl District Neighborhood Association, and Zimmerman Community Center

Integrating Natural Learning Rhythms into Family Life. Whole-family 2 day program in Bend, OR.

Parent Child Preschools of Oregon Annual Parenting Conference presentation in: How young children organize their world (for teachers), and Natural Learning Rhythms and the young child.

Sample of Schools Served:

  • Catlin Gabel School, Portland, OR

  • Canby School District, Canby, OR

  • Alliance Charter Academy, Oregon City, OR

  • Waldorf School of Rogue Valley, Ashland, OR

  • Portland Cooperative Preschools (PCPO), Portland, OR (talks related to early childhood development, the importance of play, and other related topics) Academy Lafayette, Kansas City , MO

  • Gordon Parks School, Kansas City, MO

  • Kansas City Academy, Kansas City, MO

  • University Leadership Academy, Kansas City, MO

 

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