TTP #80: Kellie Henkel – Dyslexia From a Parent’s Perspective

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Kellie Henkel gets dyslexia from all sides. As a speech-language pathologist and parent to four dyslexic children, she’s been around the block with evaluations and interventions for reading issues. Kellie was kind enough to chat with me today about many facets of her experience. We get things like: What makes a quality evaluation? What is unhelpful in an evaluation? What …

TTP #78: Roy Huggins – Digital Ethics and Security

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Do you know what HIPAA even stands for? Or that it’s not “HIPPA”? No? You’re not alone! Join me and Roy Huggins, director of Person-Centered Tech, as we talk all about privacy, digital ethics, record-keeping, cell phones, personal computers, and how to stay out of trouble. Roy and I covered a lot of ground here – it’s definitely worth sticking …

The Best Episodes of 2018

TTP #77: The Best Episodes of 2018

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Oh my gosh, y’all. 2018 was quite a year for the podcast and the Testing Psychologist Community! Thanks to each and every one of you for downloading, listening, providing feedback, and spreading the word about the podcast and the Facebook group. We have grown an incredible community in the name of improving our assessment services and helping our clients as …

TTP #76: Dr. Joel Nigg – The Latest Research on ADHD

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Ever wondered if diet really plays a role in ADHD? What about screen time? Is medication still the best treatment? Dr. Joel Nigg sits down with me today to talk about all of these things and many more. His most recent book presents the state of the literature on all things ADHD, from genes, to brain structure, to sleep, to …

TTP #73: Dr. Celine Saulnier – Research-Informed Autism Assessment

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Dr. Celine Saulnier has been involved with cutting-edge autism research for over 20 years, with some of the biggest names in the field. She has now transitioned to private practice and consults with groups all over the country about autism and assessment. I should also mention that she’s a co-author for the Vineland! Here are just a few things we …