Beverley A. McGhee
ADMMF Event Chair
Dr. Ney will be speaking Friday evening, January 23rd.
Dr. Emilie Ney earned her doctor of philosophy in School Psychology from Texas A&M University, is a Nationally Certified School Psychologist, and is a Licensed Psychologist in the state of Florida. She currently serves as an Assistant Professor of School Psychology at Barry University and is the Clinical Supervisor of School Psychology Services in the Barry University Family CARE Center. The CARE Center provides low cost Psychoeducational Assessments, Counseling, Professional Development, and Educational Tutoring as a component of the graduate training programs in Barry University's Adrian Dominican School of Education. Dr. Ney's clinical and research interests include bilingual psychoeducational assessment and investigating ways to best serve English Language Learners in the schools.
Where Psychology Meets Education
Understanding the unique abilities of each individual student is imperative for nurturing the growth and development of an integrated self, both psychologically and academically. This presentation will discuss the complex psychological variables that both impede and promote learning. Participants will learn how cognitive, academic, social, behavioral, and emotional functioning interrelate and how identifying strengths and weaknesses in these areas can lead to effective instruction and intervention. Specific techniques for maximizing student strengths and ameliorating weaknesses will be reviewed.
DCF Department of Children & Families
In-Service Hours, There will be no charge for DCF in-service hours. Please be sure to attend this event for your benefit.
AMS American Montessori Society
There is no charge for AMS Continuing Professional Development Hours. Save 120 hours and earn your AMS Certificate of Continuing Professional Development.
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