School Consultation & Assessments
A Balance of Needs
Our children spend most of their waking hours in their schools. When the schools and families work together, the interventions can be most transformative and effective. It is a fine delicate dance between the school administrators, teachers, staff, and families. The goal must be to understand and have clarity in what is needed to best support the student, while at the same time, realizing the possible barriers that may get in the way.
School administrators and teachers also have their own inner triggers that must be recognized, respected and valued so they may reveal their limiting beliefs that show up unconsciously.

Elizabeth has over 30 years of experience in working in various school settings, as a behavior therapist, classroom teacher, reading specialist, behavioral consultant and assessor.

She has served these roles in a Level 14 Residential Facility for teens, Non-Public Schools (NPS) for children with Emotional Disorder eligibility (ED), for teens, as a behavioral consultant, for school districts, in addressing Non-Suicidal Self Injurious Behavior (NSSIB), referrals for K-12 in General Education and Special Education settings, and as an Administrator Designee and Case Manager for Individualized Education Program (IEP) meetings and educational and behavioral assessments.

Elizabeth possesses a strong understanding of special education laws, regulations and policies that are needed to facilitate school consultations.
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Behavioral Consultations
May Include
Student Study Team (SST)
Behavior Intervention Plan (BIP)
Individual Education Program (IEP)
504 Plan (Accommodations)
And other school and service provider 
collaboration and consultations
Behavior Assessments
May Include
Functional Behavior Assessment (FBA)
Functional Analysis (FA)
Verbal Behavior Milestones
and Program Placement  (VB-MAPP)
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