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Small Brooklyn Webinar: Twice-Exceptional (2e) Kids @ 12pm

 Do you get the sense that your child is highly intelligent, but their school performance suggests otherwise? Do you notice that there are surprising differences among your child’s different abilities? Can a child have exceptional intellectual skills and also some form of a learning disability or difference? The answer is yes! Children with a twice-exceptional (2e) profile are often very talented in one domain, but they also have significant struggles in another domain. This can be incredibly frustrating for them and their families. Identifying your child’s strengths and challenges can help reduce some of this frustration, foster their talents, and address their weaknesses. 

Dr. Amira Hanna of Small Brooklyn Psychology will discuss what it means to be 2e and will discuss her clinical experience with kids with this profile, and Dr. Mandi White-Ajmani will moderate a Q&A session with participants.


This webinar will help you:

  • Learn more about what being 2e means
  • Know the tell-tale signs of being twice-exceptional
  • Be informed about recommendations to consider

When: Wednesday, February 7th
Time:  12:00pm - 1:00pm
Cost:   Free to PSP Members; $25 for non-members

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  • This webinar will be recorded. You must register to receive the video link.
  • You will receive a unique zoom link the day before the event.
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Amira Hanna, PhD is a clinical neuropsychologist with experience in conducting neuropsychological evaluations with children, adolescents, and young adults. Amira specializes in neurodevelopmental evaluations that focus on identifying challenges that impact academic functioning, such as learning disorders, Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity-Disorder, Autism, mood and anxiety disorders, and chronic medical conditions. She also has experience in conducting bilingual evaluations with Arabic-speaking families. 

Amira places a lot of emphasis on understanding the child as a whole and considering socio-cultural factors that impact cognitive and emotional functioning. In addition to her work with families at Small Brooklyn Psychology, Amira is also an adjunct faculty member at NYU Child Study Center, where she continues to work on advancing research in the field of pediatric neuropsychology. In her free time, Amira enjoys going on picnics, playing boardgames, exploring New York City’s food scene, and traveling the world! 


Dr. Mandi White-Ajmani is a clinical psychologist with extensive experience in neuropsychological assessment of children and adults from many different backgrounds. She founded Small Brooklyn Psychology in 2013 and has grown it from a solo practice into a thriving group practice at Industry City, offering high-quality, research-backed neuropsychological assessment and therapeutic treatment.

Dr. White-Ajmani earned her BA from Cornell University and her MBA in Organizational Behavior and PhD in Clinical Psychology from Suffolk University. She completed her post-doctoral fellowship in clinical research in neuroscience and schizophrenia at NYU School of Medicine and then continued as a research scientist at NYU, investigating family violence. She earned an appointment as a Research Assistant Professor at NYU School of Medicine during this time. Now, as a clinician, she conducts neuropsychological assessment with people of all ages, with a wide range of psychological concerns. She has built a special focus on working with children and families, to help them understand the practical nuances of how each person approaches the world a little differently—and then how to use that information to make real-world changes.

Wednesday, February 7, 2024, 12:00 PM until 1:00 PM
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