TTP #121: The Hierarchical Taxonomy of Psychopathology (HiTOP) w/ Dr. Katherine Jonas

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I think many of us would say that our current categorical system of diagnosis is imperfect. The episode today shines a light on an alternative approach that relies on a hierarchical model.  I’m honored to have Dr. Katherine Jonas here today to talk all about the Hierarchical Taxonomy of Psychopathology. If you haven’t heard of HiTOP, you’re not alone, but …

TTP #120: Finances During COVID-19 w/ Jennie Schottmiller

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Jennie Schottmiller, Certified Public Accountant and LMFT, is here to talk all about COVID-19 finances. We cover SO much ground in this episode, starting with how to manage finances during the pandemic and moving through everything you need to know about the PPP (whether you received it or not). Here are just a few things that we get into: How …

TTP #119: Autism in Girls & Women w/ Dr. Donna Henderson

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A few months ago, I got the same email from several people within a couple of days: “Jeremy, you HAVE to have Donna Henderson on your podcast to talk about autism in girls!” At the time, Donna had just circulated a comparison table of autism symptoms and presentation in the PED-NPSY listserv, and it spread like wildfire. I’m so fortunate …

TTP #118: Assessing Toddlers w/ Dr. Linda Daniel

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Dr. Linda Daniel joins me today to talk through her best-practice strategies for assessing toddlers. We look through the lens of autism for most of the conversation, but these ideas are applicable to anyone who works with toddlers on a regular basis. We also touch frequently on training post-docs and interns to work with toddlers and parents. Here are just …

TTP #117: Considerations & Concerns of Remote Assessment w/ Daniel McFadden & Dr. Carrie Champ Morera from PAR Inc.

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In this age of nearly mandatory remote assessment, I’m fortunate to have two amazing individuals from PAR Inc. here to talk through their perspectives on remote administration. We touch on their platform, PARiConnect, as well the main considerations for remote administration, concerns with remote administration, and cultural factors in remote administration. We also spend some time discussing technology issues and …

TTP #116: Pediatric Therapeutic Assessment w/ Dr. Alison Wilkinson-Smith

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Dr. Alison Wilkinson-Smith is here today to chat about therapeutic assessment with kids. As a classically-trained neuropsychologist, Alison has a nice blend of traditional and non-traditional approaches to testing. We chat about the ins and outs of pediatric therapeutic assessment, from intake to testing to feedback, with a family intervention session thrown in there as well. These are just a …

TTP #115: Feeding Assessment & Intervention w/ Dr. Lani Jones

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Anybody’s kids still on the “preschool diet”? In other words, eating mostly white and brown foods, with little variation or color? Have you worked with kids with more serious medical concerns like a G-tube or failure to thrive? Even though you’re not alone, the realm of diet and eating can be hard to navigate. Dr. Lani Jones, a nationally-recognized speaker …

TTP 114: COVID-19 Live Q & A w/ John Clarke

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My good friend, John Clarke from Private Practice Workshop, hosted a live Q & A on COVID-19 adaptations for mental health practices a couple of weeks ago and was gracious enough to have me co-host with him. Much of the content is still relevant as we transition to telehealth services in our practices. We cover a few things like: What …

APA Guidance for Tele-Assessment w/ Dr. Jordan Wright

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Dr. Jordan Wright is here to talk through the recently published “Guidance on Psychological Tele-Assessment During the COVID-19 Crisis.” We talk briefly about Jordan’s research (which he has conducted for many years) on tele-assessment in general and his involvement in developing remote methods for both the WJ and the WISC. The conversation then turns to the six guiding principles for …

Remote Administration of the WISC-V & KTEA-III w/ Dr. Susie Raiford

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Join Dr. Susie Raiford and I as we talk through the ins and outs of remote assessment, or telepractice, with the WISC-V and KTEA. We spend the first part of the episode talking through the research on telepractice, covering topics like equivalency, norming, and equating as we evaluate different modes of test administration. The conversation then shifts to practical guidelines …