Nonverbal Assessments: A Hands-On Workshop in Their Clinical Use

The NAU School Psychology Program and NAU Student Affiliates in School Psychology are pleased to invite you to the Fall 2017 Professional Development Event on Saturday, November 4, 2017.  Nonverbal assessment is essential when working with individuals with any language issues, including English Language Learners or individuals with autism, hearing impairments, or language disorders, among other issues. Presenters Dr. Gale Roid, author of multiple nonverbal and verbal assessments, articles, and books, and Dr. Brian Syzdek, Product Manager at Stoelting, publisher of psychological assessments, including nonverbal assessments the Leiter-3 and Nonverbal Stroop Card Sorting Task, will lead a presentation on these nonverbal assessments and others.

Participants will learn about several nonverbal assessments, situations in which nonverbal assessments are indicated, how to administer and interpret nonverbal assessments, and how nonverbal assessments inform diagnosis and treatment planning in conjunction with other assessments. The workshop will be an interactive format. Participants will get hands-on training in the use of nonverbal assessments and can expect to complete the workshop with tangible skills to apply nonverbal assessment to their clinical work.  

Please click on the following link for additional information: Nonverbal Assessment Flyer.pdf



Trauma Informed Practices for Schools

AZCEC & AZCASE in coordination with AASP present Trauma Informed Practices for Schools. The event will be held Friday, October 20, 2017 at the Mesa Student Services Center at 1025 N Country Club Road in Mesa, Arizona.  Registration will be from 7:30-8:30 AM and the workshop will last from 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM.  


Please click on the following link for additional information:  AZCEC Event.pdf


AZCEC Fall Book Studies

Fabulous Fall Reads 2017

On-line, interactive book studies are a great way to earn professional development credit! Each book  earns you 20 hours of professional development credit. Some books are approved for DHS licensure credit.


Please click on the following link for additional information: AZCEC Fall Book Studies 2017.pdf


Colorado's Annual Conference

You are invited to attend the Colorado State Society for School Psychologists' Annual Conference. This year’s  theme is The Joy of School Psychology. The conference will be in Vail on November 9 - 11th. Click on this link for a flyer:

CSSP Flyer 2017

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