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Episode 85

#psychedpodcast is honored to have rock star advocate Jackie Jackson-Dean who has come under fire for her support of her students yet stands strong. Join us to learn how school psychs can advocate for our LGBTQ+ students. Jackie earned both her Bachelor’s (Special Education) and Master’s degrees (School Psychology) from The Ohio State University. She also holds a Master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling. In addition to being a certified School Psychologist in the state of Florida, Jackie is also a Licensed School Psychologist, a Nationally Certified School Psychologist, and a Registered Mental Health Counselor Intern. She has been a School Psychologist for 16 years, with the last 13 years in Pasco County Schools (just north of Tampa, Florida). Jackie was one of the founding members of her district’s LGBTQ+ Committee and had the opportunity to begin as the district’s LGBTQ+ Liaison in 2016 (in which is she is allocated 1/2 day each week to carry out the responsibilities of this position). Jackie’s professional interests include poverty, trauma, issues impacting adolescents, crisis intervention, and marginalized populations (with an emphasis on LGBTQ+ youth). https://www.tampabay.com/blogs/gradeb…

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Episode 83

#psychedpodcast is beyond excited to have Dr. Samuel Ortiz back! Powerpoint: https://app.box.com/s/lzgov5f5e5mf56d… Dr. Ortiz is Professor of Psychology at St. John’s University, New York. He holds a Ph.D. in clinical psychology from the University of Southern California and a credential in school psychology with postdoctoral training in bilingual school psychology from San Diego State University. He has served as Visiting Professor and Research Fellow at Nagoya University, Japan, as Vice President for Professional Affairs of APA Division 16 (School Psychology), as member and Chair of APA’s, Committee on Psychological Tests and Assessment, as member of the Coalition for Psychology in Schools and Education, as representative on the New York State Committee of Practitioners on ELL and LEP Students, and as member of APA Presidential Task Force on Educational Disparities. Dr. Ortiz serves or has served on various editorial boards including Journal of School Psychology, School Psychology Quarterly, and Journal of Applied School Psychology and is a member of the Society for the Study of School Psychology (SSSP). Dr. Ortiz has published widely on a range of topics and is a frequent presenter at professional conferences as well as an internationally recognized expert on issues involving nondiscriminatory assessment, evaluation of English learners, Cross-Battery Assessment (XBA), and specific learning disabilities. He is author of the new Ortiz Picture Vocabulary Acquisition Test (Ortiz PVAT)—the first test with dual norms designed specifically for English learners and English speakers. He is also primary co-author of the Cross-Battery Assessment Software System (X-BASS v2.0) and the Culture-Language Interpretive Matrix (C-LIM). His books include “Assessment of Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Students: A practical guide,” which is currently under revision, and “Essentials of Cross-Battery Assessment, 3rd Edition.” Dr. Ortiz is bilingual (Spanish) and bicultural (Puerto Rican).

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Episode 81

#psychedpodcasts is happy to be chatting with Dr. Amanda VanDerHeyden!

https://eric.ed.gov/?id=EJ1173184

http://www.rtinetwork.org/about-us/advisory-council/vanderheyden-amanda-m

http://www.springmath.com/

Amanda M. VanDerHeyden, Ph.D. is a private consultant and researcher who has worked as a researcher, consultant, and national trainer in a number of school districts and published more than 60 scholarly articles and book chapters related to RTI.

In 2006, Dr. VanDerHeyden was named to a National Center for Learning Disabilities advisory panel to provide guidance related to RTI. She is associate editor of School Psychology Review, serves on the editorial boards of several journals including School Psychology Quarterly and Journal of Early Intervention, is author of Essentials of Response to Intervention (with Dr. Matthew Burns), and Keeping RtI on Track: How to Identify, Repair, and Prevent Mistakes that Derail Implementation RtI (with Dr. David Tilly) and is co-editor of the Handbook of Response to Intervention.

Dr. VanDerHeyden received the 2006 Lightner Witmer Early Career Contributions Award from the APA for her scholarship on early intervention, RTI, and models of data-based decision making. She serves as research advisor to iSTEEP, a web-based data management system. Amanda lives on the gulf coast, has two young children, and is active in a number of organizations designed to improve educational outcomes locally and nationally.

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Episode 80

#psychedpodcast is pleased to have Dr. Shareefah Al’Uqdah and Dr. Celeste Malone on to discuss this important topic!

Celeste Malone, PhD, MS, is an assistant professor and coordinator of the school psychology program at Howard University. She received her PhD in school psychology from Temple University in Philadelphia, PA. Prior to obtaining her doctorate, Dr. Malone received her MS in school counseling from Johns Hopkins University. Her primary research interest relates to multicultural and diversity issues embedded in the training and practice of school psychology. The overarching themes of her research are as follows: 1) development of multicultural competence through education and training, 2) diversification of the profession, and 3) the relationship between culturally competent practice and PK-12 student outcomes. Dr. Malone serves on the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) Board of Directors as a strategic liaison and lead board member for the social justice strategic goal. In this capacity, she works closely with NASP boards and committees to develop and implement programs and activities to address social justice issues in school psychology and education.

Dr. Shareefah Al’Uqdah is an Assistant Professor and Director of Training in the APA Accredited Counseling Psychology Program at Howard University. Her research focuses on promoting family wellness and reducing mental health disparities for African American families by exploring 1) risk factors that negatively impact family wellness (2) interventions that may promote family wellness (training and activism) and (3) ways families cope or adjust to the risk factors they experience. In addition to these areas, Dr. Al’Uqdah also explores the diverse experiences of African-American Muslims. Dr. Al’Uqdah is a licensed psychologists and maintains a private practice in Washington, DC. Currently, she is the managing editor for PsychDiscourse, the newsletter publication of the Association of Black Psychologists, and a writer for APA’s Div 17 SCP connect. Dr. Al’Uqdah is also a wife and mother of four wonderful sons.

https://education.howard.edu/academics/department-human-development-psychoeducational-studies/faculty-profiles

Resources Drive: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0B7JkmPE1QnD6SUJSNHo0NERJWFU?usp=sharing

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School Psyched Podcast! by Schoolpsychedpodcast - 3w ago

Episode 81

#psychedpodcasts is happy to be chatting with Dr. Amanda VanDerHeyden!

https://eric.ed.gov/?id=EJ1173184

http://www.rtinetwork.org/about-us/advisory-council/vanderheyden-amanda-m

http://www.springmath.com/

Amanda M. VanDerHeyden, Ph.D. is a private consultant and researcher who has worked as a researcher, consultant, and national trainer in a number of school districts and published more than 60 scholarly articles and book chapters related to RTI.

In 2006, Dr. VanDerHeyden was named to a National Center for Learning Disabilities advisory panel to provide guidance related to RTI. She is associate editor of School Psychology Review, serves on the editorial boards of several journals including School Psychology Quarterly and Journal of Early Intervention, is author of Essentials of Response to Intervention (with Dr. Matthew Burns), and Keeping RtI on Track: How to Identify, Repair, and Prevent Mistakes that Derail Implementation RtI (with Dr. David Tilly) and is co-editor of the Handbook of Response to Intervention.

Dr. VanDerHeyden received the 2006 Lightner Witmer Early Career Contributions Award from the APA for her scholarship on early intervention, RTI, and models of data-based decision making. She serves as research advisor to iSTEEP, a web-based data management system. Amanda lives on the gulf coast, has two young children, and is active in a number of organizations designed to improve educational outcomes locally and nationally.

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School Psyched Podcast! by Schoolpsychedpodcast - 3w ago

Episode 80

#psychedpodcast is pleased to have Dr. Shareefah Al’Uqdah and Dr. Celeste Malone on to discuss this important topic!

Celeste Malone, PhD, MS, is an assistant professor and coordinator of the school psychology program at Howard University. She received her PhD in school psychology from Temple University in Philadelphia, PA. Prior to obtaining her doctorate, Dr. Malone received her MS in school counseling from Johns Hopkins University. Her primary research interest relates to multicultural and diversity issues embedded in the training and practice of school psychology. The overarching themes of her research are as follows: 1) development of multicultural competence through education and training, 2) diversification of the profession, and 3) the relationship between culturally competent practice and PK-12 student outcomes. Dr. Malone serves on the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) Board of Directors as a strategic liaison and lead board member for the social justice strategic goal. In this capacity, she works closely with NASP boards and committees to develop and implement programs and activities to address social justice issues in school psychology and education.

Dr. Shareefah Al’Uqdah is an Assistant Professor and Director of Training in the APA Accredited Counseling Psychology Program at Howard University. Her research focuses on promoting family wellness and reducing mental health disparities for African American families by exploring 1) risk factors that negatively impact family wellness (2) interventions that may promote family wellness (training and activism) and (3) ways families cope or adjust to the risk factors they experience. In addition to these areas, Dr. Al’Uqdah also explores the diverse experiences of African-American Muslims. Dr. Al’Uqdah is a licensed psychologists and maintains a private practice in Washington, DC. Currently, she is the managing editor for PsychDiscourse, the newsletter publication of the Association of Black Psychologists, and a writer for APA’s Div 17 SCP connect. Dr. Al’Uqdah is also a wife and mother of four wonderful sons.

https://education.howard.edu/academics/department-human-development-psychoeducational-studies/faculty-profiles

Resources Drive: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0B7JkmPE1QnD6SUJSNHo0NERJWFU?usp=sharing

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Episode 79

Join #psychedpodcast as we talk with Dr. Carriere about writing psychoeducational evaluations! Dr. Carriere is co-author of “Writing Useful, Accessible, and Legally Defensible Psychoeducational Reports”

Powerpoint: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1dW-OC-hzUbjBPlk9aT9tsVC1wXA2ZOAy7q7EU-lVZrQ/edit?usp=sharing

https://www.wiley.com/en-us/Writing+Useful%2C+Accessible%2C+and+Legally+Defensible+Psychoeducational+Reports-p-9781118205655

Jeanne Anne Carriere, PhD, is a Licensed Educational Psychologist with over 25 years of experience working within the public school system. She is the Director of the Families and Schools Together (FAST) Program, a collaboration between The Center for Autism & Neurodevelopmental Disorders and Chapman University’s Attallah College of Educational Studies. As part of FAST, Dr. Carriere designs and presents a range of workshops to advance the expertise of educators, service providers, community members and parents working and living with children with neurodevelopmental disorders. She also collaborates with medical and clinical providers to conduct multi-disciplinary evaluations and consults with local school districts to support comprehensive ASD evaluations. Jeanne Anne is an Assistant Clinical Professor for the Chapman University School Psychology program. She teaches graduate classes and supervises school psychology fieldwork students. Her professional interests include effective report writing, comprehensive autism assessment, making assessment information meaningful and useful for parents and teachers, and support for parents’ understanding and involvement in their child’s special education program. She has presented at the state, national and international level and co-wrote, with Michael Hass, PhD, the book Writing Useful, Accessible, and Legally Defensible Psychoeducational Reports (Wiley, 2014).

Resources Drive: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0B7JkmPE1QnD6SUJSNHo0NERJWFU?usp=sharing

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Episode 78

#psychedpodcast is pleased to have Sheila Ratsch Lepkin back to chat about selective mutism!

Sheila is the Colorado Coordinator for the Selective Mutism Association and has been an NCSP for over thirty years. She helps run a summer intensive camp for children with Selective Mutism with Anxiety Solutions of Denver called Courageous Kids Camp.

View her initial presentation on selective mutism here: https://youtu.be/1fSjcB7nVpA

Resources Drive: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0B7JkmPE1QnD6SUJSNHo0NERJWFU?usp=sharing

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