Washington State Association
of School Psychologists    


  Uniting school psychologists to support all students through advocacy, leadership, and professional development. 

WSASP 2015 Spring Lecture Series - FULL SERIES

  • January 30, 2015
  • 8:29 AM
  • June 22, 2015
  • 3:30 PM
  • WSASP Go To Webinar

Registration

(depends on selected options)

Base fee:
  • Members of the Oregon State Association of School Psychologists and Idaho State Association of School Psychologists received an email with a code for member rates. Please contact your area representative or association president directly if you are an current/active member did not receive an email with a registration code.

Registration is closed
Developing a Multi-Tiered Model for the Delivery of Mental Health Services  in the School Setting:
The Role of the School Psychologist


This year's WSASP Spring Lecture Series will be delivered through GoTo Webinar, making it accessible for all of our registrants via computer, tablet and even smart phone. 

There are two options for individual registration:

Option #1: Register for the full series - attend each of the 6 day-long sessions at a discounted rate.

Option #2: Register for individual sessions - attend only the individual day-long sessions you wish to participate in.

Full series and individual session registrations have been separated for your convenience below.

Individual Registration Fees

 WSASP Members    
   Full Series - Regular members $250
   Full Series - Student/Retired members $125 
   One-session only - Regular members $75
   One-session only - Student/Retired members $50
 Non-Members    
   Full Series  $350
   One-session only  $100

Given the scope of the audience for this year's Spring Lecture Series, WSASP will not be accepting Purchase Orders for individual registrations. Thank you for your understanding.

There is also a Group Rate option for registration:

WSASP is happy to offer group rates to those districts and organizations who want to take full advantage of our 2015 Spring Lectures Series. Groups who want to take advantage of the below-listed group rates will need to complete the form at www.wsasp.org/grouprates which includes information about your payment contact and method of payment. WSASP will accept purchase orders or checks as payment for groups. If you wish to pay by credit card, an additional 3% transaction fee will be added to your purchase.

Group Rates:
From 10-25 people: $250/person
From 26-50 people: $225/person
From 51-75 people: $200/person
From 76-100 people: $175/person

If you have any questions, please contact our Office Manager at contact@wsasp.org or 509-724-1587 for assistance.

Clock Hours

Clock hours are free for WSASP members. Regular membership is $60 and can be purchased through our website (Join WSASP). Non-members pay $2.00 per clock hour if clock hours are desired. Upon completion of the appropriate session or full series evaluation, participants will be issued the appropriate clock hour verification form. Registrants are encouraged to petition their out-of-state certification offices to seek reciprocity prior to the start of the series/session. Availability of clock hours is directly linked to registration (no sharing series/session participation between two or more participants.) 


Date/Session

Topic

Presenter

January 30th

8:30-11:30am PST

The need to incorporate mental health services in our schools, particularly IEPs. 

Overview of School-Based Mental Health and the Role of the School Psychologist

Stacy Gillett WA.  Office of Ombudsman

Clayton Cook (Education) UW

January 30th

12:15-3:15pm PST

Universal Screening and Selective Mental Health Services within a Multi-Tiered System of Supports: Building Capacity to Implement the First Two Tiers

Clayton Cook (Education) UW

February 27th

8:30-11:30am PST

Modularized Approach to Cognitive Behavior Therapy

Aaron Lyon (Psychiatry) UW

February 27th

12:15-3:15pm PST

Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy 

Rescheduled to May 1st 8:30-3:15 PST 

Shannon Dorsey (Psychology) UW

Speaker Change: Nathaniel Jungbluth

March 27th

8:30-11:30am PST

Motivational Interviewing Tactics to Motivate Students to Change

Kevin King (Psychology) UW

March 27th

12:15-3:15pm PST

Mental Health Services for Students with Intellectual Disabilities/Autism

Ralph Bernier (Psychiatry) UW

May 1st

8:30-11:30am PST

Time-focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Evidence-Based Treatments for Students with Clinically Rare Disorders (Tic Disorders, Enuresis/Encopresis, Selective Mutism, etc.)  Originally scheduled - canceled. To be recorded and archived (pending)

Nathaniel Jungbluth, UW 

Clayton Cook (Education) UW  Pending confirmation to record

May 1st

12:15-3:15pm PST

Prevention and Treatment of Depression

Sam Song, Seattle University  Presenting in lieu of Elizabeth McCauley (Psychiatry) UW 

May 29th

8:30-11:30am PST

High Quality Wraparound Services and Coordinating Mental Health Services in Schools  

Eric Bruns (Psychiary) UW

May 29th

12:15-3:15pm PST

Suicide Prevention and Assessment

James Mazza (Ed. Psychology) UW

June 5th

8:30-11:30am PST

Implementing Mental Health Services within MTSS: Stakeholders, Services, School Improvement Plans, Practical Strategies for Implementing the NASP School Psychologist Role. 

Culturally Responsive Considerations when Delivering Evidence Based Treatments  Originally scheduled - canceled. To be recorded and archived (pending)

Janine Jones (Ed. Psychology), UW



Janine Jones, UW Pending confirmation to record

June 5th

12:15-3:15pm PST

The representation of the mental health service delivery model on the IEP

Marsha Durst, Seneca Center



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

509-724-1587
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