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Behavioral Mental Health

School-led wraparound services for the online era

October 25, 2021

Stephanie Taylor, clinical director of psychoeducational services at PresenceLearning, writes that wraparound services — often used with students with physical disabilities — should be used for students with mental health issues as well. With increased virtual learning and telehealth, educators can help coordinate whole-child services with doctors, therapists, parents and social workers, Taylor notes.

Reinventing School Discipline in Texas

April 27, 2021

While people used to be skeptical of teletherapy for behavioral and mental health support, that perception is changing with the pandemic, said Stephanie Taylor, clinical director of psychoeducational services for Presence Learning, which provides online special education services for thousands of schools across the country. “The pandemic forced some changes,” she said…”Those who anticipate the different settings and the different levels of need … are the ones who will have the easier transition.”

Deploying a Trauma-Informed Approach: Use the 4 R’s

March 9, 2021

As school leaders and educators, being equipped to deal with heightened and varying degrees of behavioral and mental health challenges—feelings of isolation, anxiety, grief, and much more—among all of our students is currently as essential as ensuring their academic achievement.

Telepractice Today: Stephanie Taylor Discusses Tele-Assessments

January 19, 2021

On the latest episode of the podcast, “Telepractice Today,” Stephanie Taylor, EdS, NCSP, clinical director of psychoeducational services at PresenceLearning, offered insights from the field and strategies for making tele-assessment successful with students.

East Idaho News Features Robin Corder, Idaho School Psychologist of the Year

January 14, 2020

Robin Corder, clinical account manager with PresenceLearning, is featured in an article describing her recent award as the 2020 Idaho School Psychologist of the year. Corder was chosen by a selection committee, made up of practicing school psychologists in Idaho, representing the Idaho School Psychologist Association. She was nominated for the award by Oneida School District director of special education Jill Daniels.

Robin Corder Named Idaho School Psychologist of the Year

January 8, 2020

The Idaho School Psychologist Association (ISPA) named Robin Corder, Ed.S., NCSP, Clinical Account Manager at PresenceLearning, as the 2020 School Psychologist of the Year at their annual membership meeting.

A School Psychologist of the Year in Focus: Q&A with PresenceLearning’s Robin Corder

January 7, 2021

Robin Corder, Ed.S., NCSP, recently received the “2020 School Psychologist of the Year Award” from the Idaho State Psychologist Association (ISPA), a member of the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP). Recently we sat down with Corder to discuss the experience of the past year and what the award means to her and the field more broadly.

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