Register Now! 31st Annual BCASP Conference:
November 13th to 15th, 2018 at Pinnacle Harbourfront Downtown Vancouver.

2018 BCASP Fall Conference

The B. C. Association of School Psychologists is proud to present our 31st Annual Conference

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Dates: November 13th – 15th, 2018

Location: Pinnacle Hotel Harbourfront; 1133 W. Hastings St, Vancouver, BC

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New Format! Based on feedback from prior conference surveys, we have changed the format of Day 1 from one, full day session, to two smaller sessions in the morning, followed by the session on Ethics in the afternoon. We are also offering a few repeat sessions this year. You will have two opportunities to see some of the half-day workshops. So please pay extra attention to the on-line registration forms when they come out, hopefully by the end of August 2018.

New Event! (Don’t worry, we will still host the legendary, post-AGM, Wine and Cheese social; as well as the Friday group luncheon)

- Tuesday November 13th, 4:00 – 6:00: No host happy hour for networking with colleagues, at the hotel lounge

Featured Presenters and Topics:

Dr. Linda O’Neill. Children with complex trauma; trauma-informed practices in schools.

Patricia Kovacs (Director, Inclusive Education) or  Scott Beddall (Director, Student Wellness and Safety). Updates from the Ministry of Education.

Dr. Peg Dawson. Executive function coaching and the role of school psychologists.

Dr. Steven Shaw. Developing school success in the populations at highest risk for school failure.

Dr. Jack Davis & Dr. Jessica Broitman. Nonverbal Learning Disabilities.

Dr. Antoinette Miranda. Best practice considerations for school psychologists in urban settings and interventions for at-risk urban populations.

Dr. Kimberley Schonert-Reichl. Social emotional learning.

Dr. Christine Lilley.  Intellectual disabilities assessment and DSM-5 diagnosis.

Dr. Ingrid Söchting.  Ethics for school psychologists.

Dr. Jennifer Coelho.  Eating disorders in youth: Best practices in assessment and treatment.

Please check back for full program details, other conference events, and on-line registration, in August 2018.

About Us

The purposes of BCASP (the British Columbia Association of School Psychologists) are to represent the interests of school psychologists and to further the standards of school psychology practice in order to promote effective service to all students and their families. Read More

Contacts

Secretary/Treasurer

secretary@bcasp.ca

 

Director of Communications

newsletter@bcasp.ca