Integrated Consultation and Collaboration: Connecting with Pediatric Care Providers

1 hour running time


This mini skills workshop will provide attendees an overview of the various consultation and collaboration processes that are used in the medical and educational setting. School Psychologists will learn how to use an effective model to consult and collaborate with pediatricians to address parents’ concerns related to their child’s development and learning challenges, in addition to learning about the pediatrician’s perspectives about the roles and responsibilities of school psychologists. Moreover, attendees will gain insights about ways to facilitate and assist communication between the school and pediatric care providers to address questions related to the assessment process, special education services, and in providing parents with information to support their child’s learning, social, emotional, and behavioral development.

 

Maureen Schroeder has been a school psychologist for 22 years and has been a graduate educator for the last 12 years. She is currently working for Elk Grove Unified School District. Aside from being a practitioner, she is also actively involved in our State and National association, currently Past-President of CASP and NASP Delegate.  She is also an Assistant Professor for Brandman University, School of Education and oversees their School Psychology program.

 

 

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