ABOUT THE SPEAKERS
Lindsey Williams, PhD, CRC
Dr. Williams is a Clinical Psychologist and Assistant Professor in the Dept. of Psychiatry at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill. She works as a clinician/researcher in the internationally-recognized TEACCH Autism Program. Over the past decade she has worked with individuals on autism spectrum across the lifespan and has published 30+ articles and book chapters related to autism and developmental disabilities. After obtaining a master’s in Rehabilitation Counseling at UNC-Chapel Hill, she received a PhD at Louisiana State University and completed an internship at Indiana University School of Medicine, followed by postdoctoral training at UNC-Chapel Hill’s TEACCH Autism Program. Her current clinical interests are differential diagnosis across the lifespan, access to services in rural areas, successful transition to adulthood and employment, and working with adolescents and adults who have concurrent mental health difficulties. Current research interests include suicidality and sexuality within the ASD population. She serves as an ad-hoc peer reviewer for several journals.
Robert Rieske, PhD
Dr. Rieske is a Clinical Psychologist and Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychology at Idaho State University. He received his Ph.D. from Louisiana State University and completed his predoctoral residency at Nationwide Children's Hospital in Columbus Ohio through the Child Development Center. His research and clinical focus includes the assessment and treatment of Autism Spectrum Disorders and comorbid psychopathology such as anxiety, feeding problems, self-injurious behavior, and rumination disorder across the lifespan and the provision of services to marginalized populations. He is the founder of the ISU Collaboration for Autism Research, Education, and Support Lab which is an interdisciplinary collaboration to support the local autism community including individuals, families, and professionals.
Patrick J. Moran, Ph.D.
Dr. Moran is a licensed Clinical Psychologist in Oregon and Washington with over 30 years of experience working in clinical practice a treating addictions and co-occurring disorders, working in public education, and psychological and educational testing. Dr. Moran has enjoyed a multi-dimensional career of work with both adult and youth populations providing community based substance abuse prevention and treatment, implemented multiple federal, state, and county based best practice models for treatment of co-occurring disorders, and managed his own private practices. Dr. Moran has 18 years of cross cultural experience working with Native-American’s as a provider, trainer, grant writer, and Behavioral Health Director for a large Urban Indian Clinic serving the Pacific Northwest.
Dr. Moran has served on the Board of Directors for both the Oregon Psychological Association, and the Oregon School Psychology Association. He has had held adjunct appointments at Concordia University, and Lewis and Clark College in Portland, Oregon. Dr. Moran was a contributing consultant to the California Department of Education Response to Intervention (RTI) Implementation Task Force, the California Specific Learning Disabilities (SLD) Advisory Committee linking IEP goals to the Common Core standards, and the CA State Specific Learning Disabilities (SLD) Regulatory Work Group. He has also been involved in recent collaborations with state and professional organizations to articulate a model for SLD identification incorporating the assessment of processing strengths and weaknesses (PSW). Dr. Moran regularly provides consultation and training to behavioral health assessment providers in the mental health and medical field, special education, and higher education and training settings.
Dr. Moran is the Western Regional Manager for Pearson Clinical Assessment. Pearson is a leading test development and publishing company that provides a range of psychological and educational evaluation measures on both digital and non-digital platforms.
Susan Stumph, PhD
Dr. Stumph is the Program Manager for the Idaho Children’s Developmental Disabilities Program with the Department of Health and Welfare. She has worked in the field of developmental disabilities for more than 25 years. She has worked for the Idaho Dept. of Health and Welfare since 2006 and was promoted to her current position in 2014. She was born and raised in Idaho and has lived in many states during her adult life. Dr. Stumph received her master’s and doctoral degrees at the California School of Professional Psychology, San Diego.
CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS
This conference is intended for post-doctorate-level psychologists; however, other licensed health and mental health care providers are welcome to attend. This workshop is sponsored by the Idaho Psychological Association. The Idaho Psychological Association is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. The Idaho Psychological Association maintains responsibility for this program and its content.
A total of 10 continuing education credits will be available to psychologists for full attendance of this two-day event. Full attendance on Friday will earn 6.0 CE credits; full attendance on Saturday will earn 4.0 CE credits. Credit may also be earned on a session-by-session basis.
Other health/mental health professionals
This conference provides a total of 10 contact hours for full attendance. Attendance letters will be provided. Contact your board or professional association for your specific CE requirements.
Important: CE credit(s) will be provided only to individuals who sign-in upon arrival, attend entire sessions and pickup their CE letter upon departure. Those arriving after the scheduled start time or leaving before it is complete will not receive CE credit(s) for the activity.
Hilton Garden Inn - Boise Spectrum
IPA reserved a group of sleeping rooms, King or two Queen, for attendees coming to the workshop from out of town. Those rooms will be available at $115 per night plus taxes and fees. If you would like to book one, please contact the hotel by February 7.
IPA’S NEW CANCELLATION POLICY: It is the policy of the Idaho Psychological Association to recognize that unanticipated events occur which may prevent an individual who has registered for an IPA-sponsored event from attending. As is customary, IPA is required to "guarantee" attendance numbers to the meeting facility several days before the event and, from that point on, is obligated for costs related to that number regardless of cancellations afterwards. To balance the needs of registrants with the needs of the association, the following policy shall apply to cancellation requests.
Cancellations must be in writing. Those received by the early cancellation deadline will receive a full refund. Cancellations after the deadline will receive a credit toward another IPA event less a cancellation fee. Cancellation fees are event-specific due to variations in events and their related costs. The credit certificate will be issued in the registrant’s name and emailed. It may be used toward the registration fee for one future IPA event and is valid for 12 months. No refunds or credits will be issued to registrants who, with no prior notice, fail to attend an event.
For this event, cancellations received by Feb 7, 2020 will receive a full refund. Cancellations after Feb 7, 2020 will receive credit toward another IPA event less a $50 cancellation fee.