W-15: The Business of Being a Licensed Educational Psychologist

2:00PM – 5:00PM | Regency B

Note: No CEUs/CPD available for this workshop.

You have your LEP, now what? Setting up a private practice can be a daunting task- so much to consider.

Do I take on a few counseling clients, maybe some IEEs? Let us help put you on the path to discovering what model is best for you. This interactive workshop will help participants define what their goals are and provide an opportunity to ask the questions necessary to start developing a practice that will allow them to provide the services they are most interested in. Participants will learn about different private practice models, work on business plans and create a framework for the type of practice that will meet their goals.

Chris Jones, LEP, NCSP, is a founding partner of Dynamic Interventions, the first incorporation of Licensed Educational Psychologists in the state of California. Dynamic Interventions provides counseling, assessment, consultation and training services to families and school districts in the Greater Los Angeles area. Jones specializes in the areas of assessment, autism and other disorders that impact learning and socialization. He is the co-author of Project Friendship, an anti-bullying program that has been implemented in five districts in southern California. Jones has been recognized the LA County Board of Supervisors and the William S. Hart Union HS District for his innovative work as a school psychologist and his dedication to students and their families. Additionally, he’s been the recipient of CASP’s Nadine Lambert Outstanding School Psychologist Award, as well as the Suzanne Fisher Leadership Award.

Note: Workshop handouts will be placed online prior to the event. CASP will charge $10 per day for anyone requesting printed handouts.
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