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COVID-19 and Special Education

View information for educators and parents to support students with disabilities during the COVID-19 pandemic.

COVID-19 resources for special education

Purpose: School psychologists are the mental health professionals who help children and youth overcome barriers to success in school, at home, and in life. They use many different strategies to address individual needs, as well as enhance systems that support students on school and district-wide levels.

School psychologists lower barriers to healthy learning and behavior through intervention, prevention, assessment, consultation, and advocacy. School psychologists work with parents, educators, and other mental health service providers to help each child develop resiliency, competence, and self esteem, resulting in improving the lives and learning of children and youth. (National Association of School Psychologists, 2004).

Office Hours

Krista Klabo will be offering weekly office hours beginning August 11th on Tuesdays from 3:00 - 4:30 PM

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School Psychology Internship Information

The Colorado School Mental Health Advisory Committee and university partners have reviewed and finalized the school psychology internship guidance, Metro Internship Timeline Expectations, and the form for districts to complete so that their internships will be posted on the internship matrix.

 

Districts/BOCES/Administrative Units

 

Graduate Students

 

2020-2021 Internship Information and Documents

Colorado School Psychology Internship Guidance

2020 - 2021 Colorado Metro School Psychology Internship Timeline

2020-2021 Internship Information Form

2020-2021 School Psychology Internship Matrix

 

If you miss the 12/18 deadline, email your internship info to Krista Klabo, and she will update the matrix on Wednesdays and Fridays.  For help, contact Krista Klabo at Klabo_K@cde.state.co.us.

Colorado School Psychology and Social Worker Positions

Please note that this may not include all of the jobs open in Colorado.  Visit individual district websites for a complete list of job opportunities.  All applications should be submitted directly to the district in which you are applying.


Cognitive Behavior Intervention for Trauma in Schools (CBITS)

The Cognitive Behavioral Intervention for Trauma in Schools (CBITS) program is a school-based, group and individual intervention. CBITS uses cognitive-behavioral techniques (e.g., psychoeducation, relaxation, social problem solving, cognitive restructuring, and exposure).

CBITS is designed to reduce symptoms of:

  • Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
  • Depression.
  • Behavioral problems.

CBITS is designed to improve:

  • Functioning.
  • Grades and attendance.
  • Peer and parent support.
  • Coping skills.

CDE is offering this FREE virtual CBITS training for school teams (minimum of two people) per team. This training is an all-day virtual training (8:30am - 3:30pm) with 5 hours of pre-homework that is required in order to participate. Each date is limited to 15 people maximum. 

Participants will receive 5 hours of CE credit from the CBITS pretraining and 6.5 CDE clock hours for participating in the training. 

Contact Londi Segler, Ph.D. NSCP, segler_l@cde.state.co.us, or Krista Klabo, Ed.S NCSP, klabo_k@cde.state.co.us if you have any questions. 

2021 Training Dates: Jan 28, Feb 11, Feb 25, Mar 11, Apr 8, May 27, Jun 10.

Licensing Information

 

Resources

 

Professional Organizations

 


For more information, please contact:

Krista Klabo, Ed.S  NCSP
School Psychology and Special Education Evaluation Specialist
Email Krista
(720) 284 – 2524



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