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Monitoring Student Progress in School-Based Counseling (Mini-Skills)

  • 11 Dec 2020
  • 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
  • Zoom
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NHASP Mini-Skills

Friday, December 11th, 2020

Monitoring Student Progress in School-Based Counseling 

Presented by 

Chris Stoddard, Psy.D., NCSP

4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Series Description

NHASP is offering Mini-Skills workshops; our first one will be Friday, November 20th, 2020 via Zoom and the second one is Friday, December 11th, 2020. This will be the same session repeated twice, so interested participants can pick the date that works best for you!

This page is for the December 11th, 2020 event. If you would like to attend the November 20th, 2020 event, please click here.

Continuing Education Credits

2.0 CE credits are available for this event!

NHASP is a NASP-approved provider of CPD hours and Certificates of Attendance will be accepted toward NCSP. A total of 2.0 CE credits will be awarded for this event. 

Workshop Description

Perhaps now more than ever, school psychologists are being called upon to address the social and emotional needs of students via individual and/or group counseling. Most school psychologists receive substantial training in conducting school-based counseling; however, many school psychologists find it difficult to effectively monitor student progress. Research-based outcome monitoring methods have been implemented in clinical mental health settings, but school-based practice has been slow to implement many of these practices.

Through lecture and small group discussion, this session will summarize research findings regarding the importance of utilizing research-based progress monitoring methods, describe several methodologies that can be easily implemented by school psychologists, and discuss various systemic advantages of relying on research-based methodology to monitor the process and outcomes for students receiving school-based counseling.

Target Audience

This workshop is available to current NHASP members at a special reduced rate as a membership benefit. It is appropriate for School Psychologists, Psychologists, School Counselors, School-Based Mental Health and Social Workers.

Learning Objectives

This session will help attendees…

  1. Understand the importance of utilizing research-based methods to monitor progress.
  2. Learn two specific research-based methods of monitoring progress.
  3. Learn how to integrate effective progress monitoring methods into their existing practice.
  4. Learn how systematic feedback data can be used to facilitate micro and macro-level change.

About The Presenter


Dr. Stoddard is currently core faculty in the school psychology program at Plymouth State University. Prior to teaching at PSU, he was a school psychologist in Massachusetts and New Hampshire. He obtained his Psy.D. from William James College in 2017, is a Nationally Certified School Psychologist, and a Licensed Educational Psychologist in MA. He completed his doctoral internship and post-doctoral fellowship at the Triumph Center for Child, Adolescent, and Young Adult Counseling in Reading, MA.

Dr. Stoddard is particularly interested in and passionate about helping school psychologists support children via school-based counseling. In addition to providing consultation to individual practitioners and therapeutic public school programs, he has presented locally and nationally to school psychologists, counselors, and psychotherapists regarding implementation of structured, research-based progress monitoring practices.

Schedule


4:00 pm - Workshop Session 1

  • Welcome; Zoom details; Brief self-assessment
  • Review of research specific to progress monitoring in counseling
  • Small group breakout discussions regarding barriers/challenges experienced
  • Introduction of systematic feedback systems


4:55 pm - Break


5:05 pm - Workshop Session 2

  • Incorporating systematic feedback into existing practice
  • Small group breakout discussions to “test drive” a specific approach
  • Using feedback data to facilitate micro and macro level change

6:00 pm - Workshop Ends

    Registration Information

    Registration is now open for NHASP members. On October 30th, we will open registration to all. Each mini-skills workshop has a limit of 40 people.   

    All registrations must be prepaid. Payment receipt will be sent to address provided upon request. Purchase orders will not be accepted for this event. 

    For the November 20th event, cancellations received prior to November 13th, 2020 will be refunded less a 5% administrative fee. No refunds will be provided for cancellations received after 5pm on Friday, November 13th. 

    For the December 11th event, cancellations received prior to December 4th, 2020 will be refunded less a 5% administrative fee. No refunds will be provided for cancellations received after 5pm on Friday, December 4th, 2020. 

    For questions, please contact Travis Bickford, NHASP President, tbickfordnhasp@gmail.com

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