Our experiences give us so much information.
Over the next several months, I’m going to chronicle my practice’s journey as we try to move away from insurance panels.
This was an interesting episode for me to tackle.
You’re likely aware of the concept of stereotype threat and may have even listened to my previous episode with Dr. Josh Aronson, where we discussed the development of the theory.
Today, I’m talking through the costs of paper vs. digital administration of a testing battery.
It’s interview season! Such an exciting and nerve-wracking time for applicants and sites alike.
That’s right, everyone – it’s time for another “best of” episode!
Anyone out there in the market for a research-supported intervention program to build executive functioning skills for neurodivergent kids?
Would you rather read the transcript? Click here. For the next few episodes, I’m doing a Year-End Review series. This series is meant to help you look back on the last year of practice and use those insights to shape the coming year. The episodes are short and succinct because lord knows we’re all pretty strapped at this time of …
Both my kids and many children I’ve worked with over the years have taken the CogAt, and I’m guessing that many of you have a similar experience.