Dr. Ann-Louise Lockhart, PsyD, ABPP

Pediatric Psychologist

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Topic: From Co-Regulation to Self-Regulation: Executive Function Skills to Help Your Overwhelmed and Anxious Kid


What You Will Learn: Childhood and adolescence is a developmental period that can be challenging to maneuver. Throw in executive functioning challenges and you will likely witness an overwhelmed or anxious brain. In this interview, you will learn why kids' brains become overwhelmed, why they lose motivation, and reasons for paralyzing anxiety. You will hear about common misconceptions that keep kids stuck in this ongoing cycle. Most importantly, you will walk away with 3 action steps to help build important executive functioning skills that are directly related to improving your child's overall well-being, while decreasing overwhelm and anxiety.


Dr. Lockhart's Links:

Website: www.ANewDaySA.com

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About Dr. Ann-Louise Lockhart:

Highlights

  • Pediatric psychologist, parent coach, author, business owner of a thriving practice in San Antonio, TX: A New Day Pediatric Psychology, PLLC
  • Board Certified, Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology
  • Highly sought-after speaker and writer on multiple platforms speaking on parenting,
    childhood diagnoses, executive functioning, and racism.

“My why is to help educate, inspire, and support others so they can heal and be set free. My why is to help people realize, know, and accept they are meant for so much more than to just suffer through and survive this life.”


Experience

Dr. Lockhart is a West Indian woman, a wife of 22 years, a mom of 2 kids and has over 15 years of experience as a pediatric psychologist.


She specializes in working with clients who present with medical diagnoses and are seeking alternative solutions. She also serves as a parent coach for parents who have kids with ADHD, anxiety, and behavioral concerns. She also helps high performing professionals and athletes overcome mental blocks that impact their peak performance. Dr. Lockhart works closely with medical subspecialists, pediatricians, allied professionals, and school personnel.


Dr. Lockhart has spoken nationally at schools, conferences, online podcasts, summits, and corporate workshops for topics about ADHD, anxiety, executive functioning, and racism.


She has been interviewed and quoted in multiple online and print publications, including the New York Times, New York Post, Pure Wow, MSN, Fatherly, Essence, HuffPost, San Antonio Magazine, Veronica Beard, Parents Magazine, and Therapy for Black Girls podcast. She is a Freelance Writer for PBS Kids for Parents, PureWow, and a Contributor for The Gottman Institute. Dr. Lockhart also serves as a Board Member for the Verywell Review Board.


Education

Dr. Lockhart received her bachelor's degree in psychology from Canisius College and her master's and doctoral degree from the Arizona School of Professional Psychology (Clinical Psychology). She completed her doctoral internship and two-year post-doctoral fellowship both at the San Antonio Military Medical Center and Wilford Hall Medical Center.

Dr. Ann-Louise Lockhart, PsyD, ABPP

Pediatric Psychologist

Register Free Here >


Topic: From Co-Regulation to Self-Regulation: Executive Function Skills to Help Your Overwhelmed and Anxious Kid

 

What You Will Learn: Childhood and adolescence is a developmental period that can be challenging to maneuver. Throw in executive functioning challenges and you will likely witness an overwhelmed or anxious brain. In this interview, you will learn why kids' brains become overwhelmed, why they lose motivation, and reasons for paralyzing anxiety. You will hear about common misconceptions that keep kids stuck in this ongoing cycle. Most importantly, you will walk away with 3 action steps to help build important executive functioning skills that are directly related to improving your child's overall well-being, while decreasing overwhelm and anxiety. 

 For a transcript of this video click here.

Dr. Lockhart's Links:

Website: www.ANewDaySA.com

Online courses: click here >

Instagram: click here>

Facebook: click here >

YouTube: click here >


About Dr. Ann-Louise Lockhart:

Highlights

  • Pediatric psychologist, parent coach, author, business owner of a thriving practice in San Antonio, TX: A New Day Pediatric Psychology, PLLC
  • Board Certified, Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology
  • Highly sought-after speaker and writer on multiple platforms speaking on parenting,
    childhood diagnoses, executive functioning, and racism.

“My why is to help educate, inspire, and support others so they can heal and be set free. My why is to help people realize, know, and accept they are meant for so much more than to just suffer through and survive this life.”


Experience

Dr. Lockhart is a West Indian woman, a wife of 22 years, a mom of 2 kids and has over 15 years of experience as a pediatric psychologist.


She specializes in working with clients who present with medical diagnoses and are seeking alternative solutions. She also serves as a parent coach for parents who have kids with ADHD, anxiety, and behavioral concerns. She also helps high performing professionals and athletes overcome mental blocks that impact their peak performance. Dr. Lockhart works closely with medical subspecialists, pediatricians, allied professionals, and school personnel.


Dr. Lockhart has spoken nationally at schools, conferences, online podcasts, summits, and corporate workshops for topics about ADHD, anxiety, executive functioning, and racism.


She has been interviewed and quoted in multiple online and print publications, including the New York Times, New York Post, Pure Wow, MSN, Fatherly, Essence, HuffPost, San Antonio Magazine, Veronica Beard, Parents Magazine, and Therapy for Black Girls podcast. She is a Freelance Writer for PBS Kids for Parents, PureWow, and a Contributor for The Gottman Institute. Dr. Lockhart also serves as a Board Member for the Verywell Review Board.


Education

Dr. Lockhart received her bachelor's degree in psychology from Canisius College and her master's and doctoral degree from the Arizona School of Professional Psychology (Clinical Psychology). She completed her doctoral internship and two-year post-doctoral fellowship both at the San Antonio Military Medical Center and Wilford Hall Medical Center.