TTP #85: Dr. Raja David – A Deep Dive into Therapeutic Assessment (Part 1)

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Join us for a two-part series on Therapeutic Assessment with Dr. Raja David, who trained extensively with the creator of the Therapeutic Assessment model, Dr. Stephen Finn. Over the next two episodes, we’ll spend time on the background and theory of TA, what measures are typically included, how to bill for TA appointments, what a TA “report” looks like, and …

TTP #84: Dr. Stephanie Nelson – Neuropsychology in Private Practice

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Dr. Stephanie Nelson, a board-certified neuropsychologist, is here today to talk with me about putting neuropsychology into private practice. I’ve known Stephanie for several months now, and I’m consistently amazed at her attention to detail and professional integrity. Even knowing that she’d bring the A-game to our interview, I was still surprised at how much I learned and how well …

TTP #82: Dr. Ross Greene – Lives in the Balance

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Dr. Ross Greene has been studying challenging behavior in kids for longer than most of us have been in practice. Starting in graduate school, he realized that many kids not respond well to the usual “reward and punishment” style of behavior management. So he created a new approach based in research. The Collaborative and Proactive Solutions model has proven so …

TTP #81: Dr. Maggie Sibley – Differential Diagnosis and Assessment of ADHD

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Dr. Maggie Sibley has been researching ADHD assessment and intervention for nearly her entire academic career. She stops by today to share a wealth of knowledge on many facets of ADHD. Just a few things we talk about include: Key differences with ADHD in >12 year olds Separating trauma from ADHD Effects of using marijuana that mimic ADHD and how …

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 …

Four Reasons to Add Assessment to Your Practice

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I LOVE testing and evaluation. But my practice wasn’t always assessment-focused. I maintained a full therapy practice with testing “on the side” for a couple of years before switching over entirely. Now I can’t imagine doing anything different. If you’re considering adding assessment services, go for it! Here are four great reasons to do so: There’s a much lower likelihood of …