Come join and invite other colleagues to hear great information on Behavior interventions and Strategies from
Rich is a known behavior consultant from Project Stay. He travels consulting with school teams on difficult and unique behavior cases in the school setting. Rich has had an extensive experience in researching and consulting on behaviors. He has been published in Journal of Adolescent and Family Health and School Social Work Journal. He has a Doctorate Degree in Special Education, Policy Integration with a minor in Developmental and Child Psychology.
Rich will have an interactive presentation discussing using a District Wide Universal behavior collection and how IEP behavioral goals for school psychs and social workers can be streamlined from the Universal behavior card. Rich will also enlighten us on 7 common functions of problematic school behaviors and the emotional responses of school staff during interventions surrounding explosive behaviors. If time allows we may also get a glimpse as to how fitbits can help decrease anxiety in the public school setting.
Please Register by November 1 so we have a food count. Lunch will be provided.
Super cheap Registration fees: $5 for members $ 15 for non-members
Kansas Association of School Psychologists (KASP) is approved by the National Association of School Psychologists to offer continuing education for school psychologists. KASP maintains responsibility for the program.
KASP is a NASP approved provider of CPDs. KASP is approved provider #1030