- Tawnya Meadows, PhD, BCBA-D, Co-Chief of Behavioral Health in Primary Care-Pediatrics, Geisinger, Danville, PA
- Lesley Manson, PsyD, Assistant Chair of Integrated Initiatives, Clinical Assistant Professor, Arizona State University, Phoenix, AZ
- Cody Hostutler, PhD, Pediatric Psychologist, Nationwide Children’s Hospital & The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH
- Matthew Tolliver, PhD, Assistant Professor, East Tennessee State University, Department of Pediatrics, Johnson City, TN
- Shelley Hosterman, PhD
- Maribeth Wicoff, PhD, Pediatric Psychologist, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA
- Alexandra Hayley Quinn, PsyD, Behavioral Health Consultant, Swedish Medical Group, Seattle, WA
- Jeff Shahidullah, PhD, Assistant Professor, University of Texas at Austin Dell Medical School, Austin, TX
Disruptive behaviors are among the most common childhood concerns providers face in primary care, and thorough understanding of how to assess and treat these concerns is essential for any BH provider working with children. Using interactive teaching methods, this full day workshop will provide participants with the knowledge, skills, and the physical toolkit needed to screen, assess, and treat disruptive behaviors in pediatric integrated care settings. Emphasis will be placed on helping participants learn the practical skills needed to respond to the distinct behavioral health needs of children and all participants will receive a physical toolkit for their use.
- Build and utilize a toolkit of integrated pediatric care resources for immediate implementation in medical settings
- Identify and implement care pathways for disruptive behaviors in pediatric primary care
- • Use screening measures/assessment strategies to identify and accurately diagnose disruptive behavior concerns in pediatric integrated care. • Effectively implement a range of brief interventions for disruptive behavior concerns within a pediatric primary care visit
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