Past webinars

Presenter(s): Dr. Doug Maraffa, Dr. Adam Bauserman

This MTSS webinar series will include 4 blocks of learning opportunities over the 2020-2021 school year. Each session is intended to help facilitate the development of a Multi-Tiered problem-solving model for student behavior, as well as an implementation plan to increase fidelity.

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Presenter(s): Gail Rodin, Richard L. Delmonico, PhD, Alessia de Paola Gottlieb, MD, Mitchell Clionsky, PhD, Randy Kulman, PhD

Please join us for a panel discussion featuring four of your colleagues who have used “at home” and/or “in-clinic” remote assessment, as they share their challenges and their successes and respond to your questions about telepractice in a variety of settings.

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Presenter(s): Wayne Secord, Patricia Ybarra, and Nancy Castilleja

The presenters will discuss interpreting CELF Preschool-3 results in the context of a comprehensive language assessment. Topics will include evaluating test scores as one part of the body of evidence for diagnostic decisions, interpreting score differences, and using assessment results to make recommendations for next steps for the child, family, and teacher.

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Presenter(s): Cecil Reynolds, PhD

Students in special education with chronic and severe emotional and behavioral difficulties represent some of the most difficult students to instruct, yet research suggests that they are often under-identified and underserved. This training focuses on the development and application of a school-based model of assessment of emotional and behavioral disorders. This session addresses eligibility with an emphasis on developing an understanding of the student while obtaining a comprehensive diagnosis.  

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Presenter(s): Yossef S. Ben-Porath, PhD

This webinar presentation provides a brief overview of the MMPI-3, the most up-to-date, newly-normed version of the MMPI. The test co-author will describe the rationale for, and methods used to develop the MMPI-3, as well as materials available to score and interpret the MMPI-3 in mental health, medical, forensic, and public safety settings. The webinar will finish with an author Q&A session.

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Presenter(s): Robert Tringone, PhD

This webinar will provide more than a simple overview of the MACI-II. Dr. Tringone will review comparisons with its predecessor and other self-report measures while highlighting relevant normative data and trends. Additionally, two case examples will illustrate how identifying an adolescent’s personality type can enhance one’s understanding of behavior patterns and mood states while formulating treatment plans.  

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Presenter(s): Cecil Reynolds, PhD

“ADHD is like having a Ferrari brain with bicycle brakes.” A self-regulation disorder due to hypoactivity of key communication circuitry, ADHD is one of the most common child and adolescent behavior challenges. The good news is, if accurately diagnosed and treated, ADHD can be managed effectively at all ages.

This workshop focuses on accurate diagnosis of ADHD and its corollary symptoms with an emphasis on psychosocial and educational evidence-based interventions. The BASC-3 model of diagnosis and links to intervention is emphasized to enhance accuracy of diagnosis and interventions.
 

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Presenter(s): Tina Eichstadt and Nancy Castilleja

Join us for a 4-part series focused on Assessment via Telepractice Office Hours for SLPs. Topics will include practical questions we’re getting as well as updated guidance documentation for various assessments. These online sessions will include Q&A, so please bring your questions!

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