Presented by licensed psychologist and author of the MIGDAS-2, Dr. Marilyn Monteiro.
Delivery form: This workshop is delivered virtually with Dr. Marilyn Monteiro (author of the MIGDAS-2)
The MIGDAS-2 provides evaluators with an efficient method of systematically gathering and organizing the information needed to diagnose autism spectrum disorder (ASD) in children, adolescents, and adults. Participants in this workshop will learn to engage children, adolescents, and adults in sensory-based interviews using the Monteiro Interview Guidelines For Diagnosing the Autism Spectrum, Second Edition (MIGDAS-2) interview system.
The MIGDAS-2 certification program will highlight the use of the MIGDAS-2 visual framework and descriptive language to individualise the diagnosis of autism spectrum differences across age and ability levels. Topics include gaining proficiency in structuring the sensory-based interview using the Descriptive Triangle positive language, and differential diagnosis considerations.
At the end of this workshop participants will:
Participants will receive a certificate of completion and workshop handouts.
Dr. Monteiro, a licensed psychologist and licensed specialist in school psychology, is an expert in the area of autism spectrum brain style differences. She is the author of two books and a test protocol and is a frequent speaker at national and international conferences. She maintains a practice in Dallas, Texas that specialises in supporting individuals with autism spectrum differences and their families. Dr. Monteiro consults in area school districts and provides national training for clinicians in the areas of autism evaluations, linking interventions to the individualise evaluation process, and family therapy techniques to support individuals with autism spectrum brain style differences.
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