2015 Fall Conference Handouts

Thursday, October 15th

8:30-11:30am



Suicide Prevention & Awareness, Session 1
Ramona H. Griffin, Director, Center for Prevention, NEWESD 101

Internship Supervision Panel
Additional Handouts:1.) NASP Requirements 2.) PESB Field Experience
Susan Ruby, Ph.D, Associate Professor & Director of School Psychology Program, Eastern Washington University

1:00-4:00pm

Suicide Prevention & Awareness, Session 1
Ramona H. Griffin, Director, Center for Prevention, NEWESD 101

12:15-1:45pm

BASC-3
Patrick Moran, Ph.D., Pearson

Identifying Executive Function Intervention Targets and Measuring Outcomes
Scott D. Grewe, Ph.D., ABPP-CN;and Steven C. Guy, Ph.D., Pediatric Neuropsychologist -Private Practice

Report Writing in the Intervention Age: Theme Based and Question Based Psychoeducational Reports
Heidi Bogue, Ph.D., Heath Marrs, Ed.D., and Rich Marsicano; Central Washington University

2:00-3:00pm

BASC-3 (continued)
Patrick Moran, Ph.D., Pearson

Identifying Executive Function Intervention Targets and Measuring Outcomes
(continued)

Scott D. Grewe, Ph.D., ABPP-CN;and Steven C. Guy, Ph.D., Pediatric Neuropsychologist -Private Practice

Using Patterns of Strength and Weakness to Assess All Disabilities
Michael W. Kirlin, School Psychologist, Bethel School District, Spanaway, WA

4:00-5:15pm

PBIS: A Success
Joe Jisa, Principal; and Brian Neill, Counselor, Lee Elementary School, Richland School District

Case Law Updates: IDEA and Section 504
Lynette M. Baisch, Attorney at Law, Porter Foster Rorick LLP

Professional Practices Doctorate (PsyD) in School-Community Psychology-A Program of Distinction
Vincent Alfonso, Ph.D., Dean of the School of Education, and Thomas Trotter, Ph.D., Gonzaga University

5:30-6:15pm

OSPI: Question & Answer
John Bresko, Program Supervisor, Fiscal and Data Management Services

Friday, October 16th

8:45-10:15am



Executive Functions-Part II: Review of What They Are, and Why They Matter-But Mostly How We Might Teach Them
Monica Smith, Ph.D., ABN Neuropsychologist/School Psychologist

The Science Locally Determined Assessment (LDA)
Sandra Matthews, School Psychologist and Cindy Leonard, Instructional Facilitator, Cheney School District

School Action Research: An Example Using Restorative Justice
Samuel Song, PhD, Haley Miller, Perry Firth, Annie Kuvinka, and Amy Hughes, Seattle University, School Psychology program; Edmonds School District

Understanding, Evaluating and Treating Autism Spectrum Disorders: New Data and New Ideas
Sam Goldstein, Ph.D.
10:30-12:00pm


Executive Functions-Part II: Review of What They Are, and Why They Matter-But Mostly How We Might Teach Them (continued)
Monica Smith, Ph.D., ABN Neuropsychologist/School Psychologist

How to Make Change Happen: Assessing Staff Needs to Drive Supports for SWPBS
Additional Handout: Tyre&Feuerborn 2015 SPBD Report Example.pdf
Ashli Tyre, EdD, NCSP & Laura Feuerborn, PhD, NCSP, Associate Professors, Seattle University and University of Washington-Tacoma

School Action Research: An Example Using Restorative Justice (continued)
Samuel Song, PhD, Haley Miller, Perry Firth, Annie Kuvinka, and Amy Hughes, Seattle University, School Psychology program; Edmonds School District

Understanding, Evaluating and Treating Autism Spectrum Disorders: New Data and New Ideas (continued)
Sam Goldstein, Ph.D.

2:15-4:45pm
Creating Resilient Classrooms in Preschool and Early Elementary Settings
Shanna Davis, Assistant Professor, Eastern Washington University

The social-emotional learning reform movement in education: Implications for school psychology
Dr. Gregory E. Moy, Assistant Professor, Seattle University

Schools and adolescent suicide: What we know and don't know
James Mazza, Ph.D., Professor, School Psychology Program, University of Washington

The Math Disability in H.S. - What does it look like, how do we measure it, and what do we do about it?

Steve Hirsch,Ph.D., Shoreline School District; Marcy Stein, Ph.D., UW Tacoma; Diane Kinder, Ph.D., UW Tacoma

Saturday, October 17th

9:15-10:45am



Ethical Practice in a Relativistic Society
Fred Provenzano, Ph.D., NCSP, Private Practice & University of Washington

Executive Functioning: Theory into Application - Seven Strategies to Teach Executive Functioning Skills - Part 1
Laurie Harrison, Ph.D., Snohomish School District

Re-conceptualizing the Role of the School Psychologist at Manifestation Determinations within a Social Justice Framework
Sam Song PhD, Seattle University; Jo Callaghan, Director of Psychology and Counseling at Edmonds School District; and Katherine Blair, Central Valley School District

Survival and Success as a New School Psychologist
Laura Ploudré, School Psychologist, Shoreline School District

11:00-12:30pm


Ethical Practice in a Relativistic Society (continued)
Fred Provenzano, Ph.D., NCSP, Private Practice & University of Washington

Executive Functioning: Theory into Application - Seven Strategies to Teach Executive Functioning Skills - Part 2
Laurie Harrison, Ph.D., Snohomish School District

Using Site Based Team Interviews to Develop a plan for Multi-Tiered Systems of Support
Additional Handouts: 1.) RTI Fidelity Rubric 2.) RTI Fidelity Rubric Worksheet
Susan Ruby, Ph.D, Associate Professor & Director of School Psychology Program, Eastern Washington University

First Years in the Field: A Panel Discussion

Heidi Bogue, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Psychology, Central Washington University

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