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Fall 2022 Southwest Regional Workshop

  • 16 Nov 2022
  • 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM
  • Virginia Highlands Small Business Incubator, Inc. 851 French Moore, Jr. Blvd., Suite 200, Abingdon, VA 24210


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Virginia Academy of School Psychologists

FALL 2022 Southwest Regional Workshop

November 16, 2022



Best Practices in Assessment of “More Challenging” students

Workshop Description:

           Lead by T/TAC’s Natalie Mey, SSP, NCSP and Kathleen Wright, MS, CCC-SLP

Natalie Mey has worked as a school psychologist in Tazewell and Montgomery County Public Schools in Virginia. She also served as the division level Section 504 Coordinator for Montgomery County Public Schools. Her work at T/TAC is focused on social, emotional, and behavioral supports as well as Section 504.Natalie received a BA in Biopsychology from Monmouth College and a Specialist in School Psychology (SSP) degree from Western Illinois University. 

Kathleen is a certified Speech Language Pathologist with over 25 years of experience serving students with diverse backgrounds from ages 2 to 22 in the public school setting.  She has collaborated with school based teams to develop and implement programs for preschool students and students with ASD. An area of interest and focus has been supporting programs for students using augmentative and alternative communication systems. Kathleen received a M.S. in Communication Sciences and Disorders and a Educational Leadership, both from Radford University.  She has also earned a Certificate in Autism Studies from Radford University. 

Special Topics in School Psychology

Workshop Description:   

         This workshop will be a moderated discussion on various topics raised by our group. Several of us felt that time to problem solve, brainstorm, and listen to ideas was a need. Guest speakers have also been invited to augment the discussion.  The topics to this point include: school psychology shortage, NASP exposure project, changing roles and service delivery models, school safety, and addressing mental health needs.  If you have other topics to discuss, please email:


8:30 a.m.  Registration and Networking

9:00a.m.  T/TAC: Best Practices

11:30 p.m.  Lunch on your own

1:00p.m.   Special Topics in School Psychology

               (Program should end by 3:30 p.m.)

VASP is approved by the National Association of School Psychologists to offer professional development for psychologists. VASP maintains responsibility for the program. 5.5 NASP CPD credits will be awarded to participants who attend this workshop in its entirety. Credits may also be used for recertification by the Virginia Department of Education if approved by the attendees' school division. This training is directly related to the scope of practice of clinical psychology and is considered eligible for Virginia Board of Psychology CE credit under 18VAC125-20-122 and  § 54.1-3606.1

*Inclement weather:  Participants will be notified via email if the workshops are postponed are cancelled due to inclement weather.

*Refunds will be offered if participants are unable to attend the workshop.


 The meeting facilities are Handicap Accessible

Small Business Incubator

(on the campus of Virginia Highlands Community College)

Abingdon, Virginia


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