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Just in time for the holidays are three new webinars for your viewing! Get CEUs by viewing Dr. Leon D. Caldwell’s A School Based Approach to Promoting the Optimal Development of Black Boys, designing interventions that create metrics for the strengths and assets of black boys and their families, and California State University, Sacramento professor emeritus Dr. Catherine Christo’s webinar CDE Dyslexia Guidelines and School Psychologists, reviewing AB1369 guidelines. You can also attend CASP Convention 2017’s general session keynote address online regarding ways to promote equity for all students with keynote speaker Dr. Shaun Harper (CEUs are not available for this webinar).
Lead consultant for the CalMHSA Student Mental Health Initiative for the Los Angeles County Office of Education Richard Lieberman and CASP Chair on Mental Health and Crisis Consultation Susan Coats, Ed.D., LEP review primary suicide prevention, immediate suicide intervention, and suicide postvention activities judged to be consistent with the intent of AB2246 in their webinar Comprehensive Suicide Prevention: Meeting the Mandates of AB2246.
We have T-shirts! Show your school psychology pride by wearing a specially designed T-shirt made just for School Psychology Week. While you’re at it, this is your chance to purchase the Equity: CASP Convention 2017 T-shirt. Get one or both, just $20 each (includes shipping).
Couldn’t make it to all the workshops that you wanted to at CASP Con 2017? Check out this page to see which handouts from the workshops are available. Learn about CASP President Pedro Olvera’s goals for this school year and how to “do Equity” as discussed at the General Session. And thank you for attending CASP Convention 2017! Save the date for Spring Institute 2018, to be held March 22-24 in Monterey, and CASP Convention 2018, which will be held in San Diego November 8-10.
Natural disasters can be traumatic for children and youth. Experiencing a dangerous wildfire can be frightening even for adults, and the devastation to the familiar environment (i.e., home and community) can be long-lasting and distressing. Often an entire community is impacted, further undermining a child’s sense of security and normalcy. Wildfires present a variety of unique issues and coping challenges, including the need to relocate when home and/or community have been destroyed, the role of the family in lessening or exacerbating the trauma, emotional reactions, and coping techniques. See the NASP Resource paper on Coping with Wildfires.
School districts, SELPAs, county offices of education and parents are invited to check out CASP’s LEP Directory. This directory features listings by name, city and languages spoken of licensed educational psychologists located throughout California.
Too access this directory visit the LEP Page.