Magazine article National Association of School Psychologists. Communique

Editor's Note

Magazine article National Association of School Psychologists. Communique

Editor's Note

Article excerpt

I am extremely excited to announce the beginning of a series of articles on concussions and traumatic brain injury commencing with this issue. Susan Davies, who wrote the lead article on the front page, worked hard over the previous several months coordinating this project and providing much of the energy behind it. It was a real pleasure to work with her. Related articles in this issue include one on traumatic brain injury and personality change and another on the role of school psychologists in concussion management. Watch for the June issue: There is more to come.

Aside from neuropsychology, there's plenty more in this issue that should be of interest.

As promised last month, this issue brings coverage of the San Francisco convention. In particular, please read the stories about Barbara Bole Williams, recipient of the NASP Lifetime Achievement Award, and Bob Bayuk, recipient of the NASP School Psychologist of the Year Award, and join me in congratulating them on receiving NASP's highest honors. The convention really was terrific, so there will be more coverage next month.

I am also reminded that the NASP Summer Conferences are coming up (see page 38). I saw the list of nationally known presenters at those events, and it made me proud to realize that four of them are associated in one way or another with this issue of COMMUNIQUÉ: Lee Armistead, Dan Florell, Barbara Bole Williams, and Steven R. Shaw. The 12 other summer presenters are equally prominent, and the conferences promise to be a premier professional development opportunity, especially for those who missed the convention. …

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