Secondary Summer Summit

Please join us on August 16, 2019 for the

annual Secondary Summer Summit!

Hotel Bellwether
Bellingham, WA

2019 Workshops/Schedule


Taming the Lions: Implementation Tips for Working with Difficult Adults on Tier 2 and 3 Plans
Flint Simonsen, Associate Professor, Education, Whitworth University, Spokane, WA

8:30am-11:30am

When planning Tier 2 and Tier 3 behavioral interventions, there may be times when working with a challenging student is the easy part. Working with adults may be the more difficult part of the behavior change process. This session will describe strategies for addressing issues of adult resistance and buy-in for the consistent implementation of behavior plans. Participants should come with concerns and problems related to implementation struggles. Practical strategies will be provided for strengthening implementation success.

Participants will develop skills for:

  1. Understanding sources of adult resistance
  2. Planning responses to common behavior plan objections
  3. Problem-solving barriers to implementation success


Adolescent Executive Functioning; Recognizing Problems and Improving Performance
Steven Guy,
Co-Author of the BRIEF-2, Pediatric Neuropsychologist, Private Practice, Columbus, OH.
12:30-3:30pm

Executive functioning demands increase dramatically during adolescence often leading to referrals for special educational evaluation.  While E.F. difficulties are evident in most conditions cared for by school psychologists, it can be challenging to determine what symptomatology are true deficits versus typical adolescent development.  It is critical for school psychologists to have a firm foundation in the topic of executive functions in order to know when and how to intervene.  This discussion will include recent progress in our understanding of executive function including concepts and theory, assessment approaches, and most importantly, evidence-based methods of interventions for improving executive functioning in adolescents.

This session is sponsored by Psychological Assessment Resources (PAR)


There is breakfast at 8am. Lunch is 11:30-12:30pm.

Directions

From Seattle (I-5 North)

– Take Exit 253 towards Lakeway Drive
– Turn right towards King Street
– Turn right onto Lakeway Drive
– Continue onto Holly Street
– Turn left onto F Street
– Turn right onto Roeder Street
– Turn Left onto Bellwether Way
– You have arrived!

From Vancouver (I-5 South)

– Take Exit 256 towards McLeod Street
– Turn left onto McLeod Road
– Turn right onto Meridian Street
– Turn right onto Squalicum Way
– Continue onto Roeder Avenue
– Turn right onto Bellwether Way
– You have arrived!

Lodging

Rooms can be reserved at The Hotel Bellwether, with a wonderful rate of for those attending the WSASP Secondary Summer Summit. To make a reservation, call the Reservations Department at (360) 392-3100 and request the group rate for Washington Association of School Psychologists. Please make your reservations as soon as possible to guarantee the rate.

Registration

Registration is now open at www.wsasp.org. WSASP MEMBERS, please log into your account/renew your membership in order to register at the member rate.

    6 clock hours available (free for WSASP members, $2/clock hour for non-members),

    Questions/Concerns?
    Steve Hirsch, Professional Development Chair
    Curt Blair, Office Manager/Registration Support
    Susan Ruby, Clock Hour Coordinator

    Future Secondary Summer Summits:
    To be announced soon!

    Washington State Association of School Psychologists
    PO Box 525
    Cheney, WA 99004
    contact@wsasp.org

    509-724-1587
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