Episode 79 – Legally Defensible Psychoeducational Reports

Episode 79 Join #psychedpodcast as we talk with Dr. Carriere about writing psychoeducational evaluations! Dr. Carriere is co-author of “Writing Useful, Accessible, and Legally Defensible Psychoeducational Reports” Powerpoint: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1dW-OC-hzUbjBPlk9aT9tsVC1wXA2ZOAy7q7EU-lVZrQ/edit?usp=sharing https://www.wiley.com/en-us/Writing+Useful%2C+Accessible%2C+and+Legally+Defensible+Psychoeducational+Reports-p-9781118205655 Jeanne Anne Carriere, PhD, is a Licensed Educational Psychologist with over 25 years of experience working within the public school system. She is the Director… Continue reading Episode 79 – Legally Defensible Psychoeducational Reports

Episode 78 – Selective Mutism Revisited…

Episode 78 #psychedpodcast is pleased to have Sheila Ratsch Lepkin back to chat about selective mutism! Sheila is the Colorado Coordinator for the Selective Mutism Association and has been an NCSP for over thirty years. She helps run a summer intensive camp for children with Selective Mutism with Anxiety Solutions of Denver called Courageous Kids… Continue reading Episode 78 – Selective Mutism Revisited…

Episode 77 – A School Psychologist’s Words to Live By…

Episode 77 #psychedpodcast is pleased to chat with Dr. MacDonald about dos/don’t for school psychologists, especially first year/early career psychs Powerpoint: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/112JlJbi3BlubciCeFXNBQFKWF1u3mcEd0pt3Q1UhoiI/edit?usp=sharing Dr. Heidi MacDonald is a school psychologist practicing in the state of Connecticut. She earned her doctoral degree from Penn State University. Currently, she works in an intermediate school with 3rd through 5th… Continue reading Episode 77 – A School Psychologist’s Words to Live By…

Episode 76 – Unmuddled Measurement: Thinking straight about psychological test scores (Part2)

Episode 76 Join #psychedpodcast and Dr. Beaujean for part two of stats! https://www.baylor.edu/psychologyneuroscience/index.php?id=946790 Dr. Beaujean joined the Psychology & Neuroscience department in 2017. Prior to joining, he worked in Baylor’s Educational Psychology department where he created and coordinated the quantitative methods specializations for the doctoral and master’s programs. In addition, he contributed to the school… Continue reading Episode 76 – Unmuddled Measurement: Thinking straight about psychological test scores (Part2)

Episode 75 – Bringing Acceptance and Commitment Therapy into School Psychology

Episode 75 Come and learn about ACT with #psychedpodcast! Join us as we welcome Dr. O’Dell and Dr. Zaheer Powerpoint: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B7JkmPE1QnD6TXV0QXpUd3NPMXloN0NwYjBkaWlKTlJzcFRn/view?usp=sharing Dr. O’Dell is a pediatric school psychologist working as a clinician investigator at Geisinger in Central Pennsylvania. In his role as a clinician, he runs a pediatric integrated behavioral health clinic and provides clinical… Continue reading Episode 75 – Bringing Acceptance and Commitment Therapy into School Psychology

Episode 74 – DBT Skills Adapted for Children

Episode 74 Join #psychedpodcast as we hear from Dr. Terry D’Elisa on the topic of DBT! https://drterrydelisa.com/ Dr. Terry D’Elisa is a Licensed Psychologist and Nationally Certified School Psychologist. Dr. D’Elisa received her Master’s Degree and Certificate of Advanced Study in School Psychology from Fairfield University and then went on to complete her doctoral training… Continue reading Episode 74 – DBT Skills Adapted for Children

Episode 73 – Assessing and Supporting Reading Difficulties with Dr. Kilpatrick

Episode 73 #psychedpodcast welcomes Dr. David Kilpatrick! DAVID A. KILPATRICK, PHD is Associate Professor of Psychology for the State University of New York, College at Cortland and teaches courses in learning disabilities and educational psychology. He is also a New York State Certified School Psychologist and has done over a thousand evaluations of students with… Continue reading Episode 73 – Assessing and Supporting Reading Difficulties with Dr. Kilpatrick