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Psychoeducational Services

Return to school with new staffing strategies.

, By Jenny Barker Educators today are working more hours with less support to get the work done. The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that there are 567,000 fewer educators in America’s public schools than there were before the pandemic, and 43% of jobs pos...

Are all the children well?

, By Kelly Wolfe In her latest article, Kelly Wolfe provides insight into the mental health crisis among children today. She shares the latest resources from the Department of Education and explains how we can use them to support children better and why this work ...

Clinician Spotlight: Sarah B., Ed.M., NCSP

, By Dana Bell Introduction Sarah B, Ed.M., NCSP, joined the PresenceLearning Care Network as a school psychologist in the summer of 2020. She attended Teachers College in New York at Columbia University and received a Master of Arts in Educational Psychology an...

American Rescue Plan: Funding Explained…for Schools and Students

, By Jenny Barker May 12, 2021 A recent webinar featuring presenters from Whiteboard Advisors, The School District of Lee County in Florida, and PresenceLearning provided participants with an in-depth review of what the American Rescue Plan means for student learn...

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

, By Isaiah Pickens 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 es...

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

, By Jenny Barker 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 s...

Trauma in Children

, By Aaron Cotton Millions of students across the U.S. started the 2020–2021 school year online instead of in-person with their teachers and peers. Education is meeting head-on one of the largest upheavals in decades. Research coming in from the start of the COVID-...

Coping Skills and Methods for Kids During Virtual Schooling

, By Aaron Cotton Students today return to school—whether fully online, onsite, or a hybrid model—with a host of new challenges to their mental health and well-being after several months of school closures triggered by COVID-19. Many are struggling to cope with dif...

PresenceLearning Adds the WISC-V to its Library of Remote Psychoeducational Assessments

, By Aaron Cotton New research continues to support the equivalence of tele-assessment NEW YORK, July 28, 2020 – PresenceLearning, the leading provider of live online special education related services for K-12 schools, has contracted with Pearson’s Clinical Assess...

Determining Who’s Appropriate for Teletherapy: Behavior and Mental Health Services in Schools

, By Jenny Barker Behavioral and mental health teletherapy has a long research history – over 50 years.  It originally started in the military as a way to provide services to deployed active duty members. Over time, its uses spread to other circumstances...
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