Join us June 18th for the 2019 CSSP Summer Institute:
Anxiety, Depression, and Our Students: Advocacy through Assessment, Interventions, and an Ecological Systems Lens
Date: Tuesday, June 18th, 2019 Time: 8:00-4:00
(Registration & check-in: 8:00-8:30; 11:30-12:45 Lunch on your own). Presenter: Barbara Gueldner, PhD, MSE
Online Registration is now closed. On-site registration will be available for $125.
The Colorado Society of School Psychologists and the Colorado Department of Education have partnered to bring this training to school psychologists and educators! This workshop will cover signs of internalizing problems such as anxiety and depression that often go undetected, yet impact our students at a relatively high rate of occurrence. Advocating for our students includes understanding the complex signs and symptoms, as well as assessment and intervention practices that are efficient, effective, and useful within an ecological and multi-tiered systems approach. This training will address current research and practices pertaining to these issues, and also review how Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) efforts and schoolwide positive behavioral supports (SWPBIS) can work in a complimentary manner to support students. We will also explore practical ways in which school psychologists can collaborate with community providers, and engage educators and families to maximize advocacy efforts.
Barbara Gueldner, PhD, MSE is a licensed psychologist and Nationally Certified School Psychologist who has worked with youth, families, and community partners for 25 years. Learn more at https://successfulkidstoday.wordpress.com/.
Morgridge College of Education, University of Denver
Katherine A. Ruffatto Hall Commons (Rm 106), 1st floor,1999 E Evans Ave.
Denver, CO 80210
Parking: University of Denver Parking Lot E: this is the parking structure across the street from Katherine Ruffatto Hall on Evans Avenue. A campus parking map is available here. $10 cash each day. There is a Light Rail station at the North end of campus for those taking light rail. Please allow time for parking and paying for parking.
Learning Objectives:1. Develop an understanding the primary signs of internalizing problems presenting in a pediatric and adolescent population
In this workshop, participants will:
2. Review etiology of internalizing problems from a biopsychosocial model
3. Review assessment practices and an array of intervention strategies applicable within a multi-tiered systems approach
4. Develop an understanding of the ways in which working with internalizing problems can fit within Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) and schoolwide positive behavioral supports (SWPBIS) frameworks
5. Explore practical and collaborative strategies for working with families and community providers