Performers and Programs

Performer Information  
Performer name: Lance Bram
Phone: 631-456-0598
Mailing address: 4 Linden Street
Centereach, NEW YORK 11720
E-mail address: Lanceskape@me.com
Previous appearances at: Centereach Library, Emma Clark Library, Roosevelt Library (series)
Contact information for New York State Public Libraries
Information last updated: 03/27/2018

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Program
Category
Description
Fee
Art therapy for teens: Express yourself! Disability Awareness,
Life Skills- Other,
Visual Arts- Drawing
Teens will discuss their emotions and use drawing and art as a positive outlet for relaxation. Discussion about how different colors represent different emotions. Teens will also fill in and color mandela designs.
Up to $100
Group therapy: Finding happiness Disability Awareness,
Life Skills- Other
What are your dreams? Have an opportunity to talk about your life aspirations and goals. Learn how to enjoy and appreciate the simple things in life, as well. Hopefully you leave feeling inspired and ready to make some changes in your life which will lead to a greater sense of contentment. Guided conversations in a supportive, non-judgmental environment.
Up to $100
STRATEGIES FOR MANAGING EMOTIONS: For Teens Disability Awareness,
Life Skills- Other,
Other
In this program, teens will play an interactive game called MEDALLION. Similar to the game GO FISH, but with a twist! Teens will learn how to manage 13 different emotions. It's fun and can be played many different ways! This therapeutic activity is guided by a School Psychologist.
Up to $100
BUILDING CONFIDENCE: for Teens Disability Awareness,
Life Skills- Other,
Performing Arts- Other
Feel good about yourself, stay positive, and build your confidence! Includes a fun activity moderated by a School Psychologist.
Up to $100
OPENING UP! for Teens Disability Awareness,
Life Skills- Other
In this program, teens will participate in a fun activity called THINK IT THROUGH. With the roll of two dice, you will choose a colored card and specific questions which stimulate conversation, decision-making, and problem solving. This therapeutic activity is guided by a School Psychologist.
Up to $100
Brain Game night for Teens Disability Awareness,
Life Skills- Other,
Performing Arts- Storytelling
Inclusive program where young adults will gather to play tech-free games to challenge thinking and stimulate creativity. Games will also promote social skills, communication skills, and confidence building! The program is great for students with disabilities such as ADHD and Autism Spectrum Disorder. Program may be offered on a recurring basis,
$101- $200
Things people with ADHD want everyone to know Disability Awareness,
Life Skills- Parenting,
Life Skills- Other
A Psychologist will explore symptoms of ADHD, strategies to improve your concentration, and offer tips on how to better understand family members or friends who have attention deficits.
Up to $100
Understanding Special Education services Disability Awareness,
Life Skills- Parenting,
Life Skills- Other
A program offered by an experienced School Psychologist for parents with children in Special Education. Questions and answers about various topics. Topics range from the 13 special education classifications to support services public schools provide.
Up to $100
Emotional coaching for success Disability Awareness,
Health & Fitness- Other,
Life Skills- Other
Teens will learn: 1) Participate in confidence building activities. 2) Discuss strategies to improve patience and thinking things through. 3) Not judging others. 4) Decision making not based on emotions and impulses. 5) Setting short and long terms goals to motivate themselves. Support groups may be established for future workshops.
Up to $100
Play Therapy games for your family Disability Awareness,
Life Skills- Parenting,
Media- Other
In this program, a School Psychologist will teach various play therapy games which are easy to learn and fun to play for any age. Parents will be able to teach their children how to better manage their emotions and behaviors through play! Improves communication as well. Parents should bring their children (ages 7-13). Older children are welcome also.
Up to $100
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* Inclusion in this database does not indicate endorsement of any performer or program by the NYS Education Department, the Office of Cultural Education, the NYS Library or the participating library systems, nor does it eliminate the need for reference checks and appropriate standard screening procedures.

 

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