Family Consultations are individual discussions between parents and professionals who are expert in helping parents address the issues and stresses they face during pregnancy, early childhood, and later childhood as their children grow and change.
Within the field of Learning Technology and Performance Improvement, there are takeaways for parents as learners. Dr. Levitch's philosophy for e-learning, webinars, and live speaking engagements specializes in teaching goals, creating awareness of human performance as it lends to relationships and parent-child functioning and case studies. The goal is to stimulate learning that impacts parental functioning, positive development, and assessment evaluation (how well you are doing given simulation and practice). Dr. Levitch's passion and work with philanthropy come from the experience and expertise of an SME (subject matter expert). Her work and knowledge as someone who has fought in child protection court and open court. She has petitioned legislation and appeared as an expert witness on Capitol Hill to share her and others' experience regarding the bureaucratic system of the Texas Department of Family Protective Services. She has received letters of support from Lieutenant Governor Patrick and the CPS Ombudsman. There are six (6) areas of your open family court case she specializes in 1) topical views, 2) transferable parenting, 3) family resolutions, 4) support and negotiation, 5) relationship management and human performance, and 6) family change.
Master's Work and Communication
Dr. Levitch’s, Masters of Arts in Strategic Communication helps recommend policy regarding security programs and implement new technologies, techniques, and procedures. Prior to these acclaimed approaches and skills, Dr. Levitch received scholar and awards from the American Society for Training and Development and the American Society for Quality acumen training. Of these credentials, her education compiles over 46 (course) hours of entrepreneurship and business acumen, 36 (course) hours of educational counseling, and over 314 (real-time) hours in dissertation work, conference speaking and longitudinal investigation and analysis (including statistics decoding, data reconfiguration and statistics, observational research methods, cyber security threats, asset and breaches, disaster/risk management planning and response, professional hacking, and system monitoring and update).