Dr. Gandhi has presented at Local and National Conferences as well conducted seminars on a variety of topics, several of which are listed below. In addition, Dr. Gandhi can develop a program or seminar designed for a specific topic, site or need. If you are interested, please contact her at 602-430-2051.
Multiculturalism: An experiential seminar about working with different cultures, genders, sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, and socioeconomic status.
Self-care in Graduate and Undergraduate Students: A practical and experiential hands-on learning seminar for professors, educators, administrators, and students to learn specific ways of encouraging self-care to prevent burn-out in students and new professionals.
Parenting Your Disruptive Child: Shefali Gandhi, Psy.D. and Lynn Nunemacher, Psy.D. conduct a 4-week group providing education and hands-on techniques for parents to learn new ways of dealing with and promoting change in their disruptive child’s behaviors. This groups can be conducted at schools, churches, community centers, or Dr. Gandhi’s office. Now Accepting Referrals
Skills To Obliviate Problem Behaviors (STOP Behaviors): A 5-week group for 7-10 year old boys to learn how to be less disruptive and stop making bad behavior choices.
Understanding the Effects of Sexual Abuse, Physical Abuse and Neglect: This seminar is appropriate for anyone who works with children, adolescents, and adults. Dr. Gandhi reviews potential symptoms of each experience and methods of helping survivors cope outside the therapy office.
TRAKS: A PBIS & RTI School Consultation System: This seminar is targeted toward educating schools on a consultative, social-emotional skills building system.