Plan to join us for our Spring 2020 drive-in conference in beautiful Athens, Ga.
Amy Reschly is a professor of Educational Psychology and coordinator of the doctoral School Psychology Program at the University of Georgia. Her scholarly work focuses on student engagement, dropout prevention, and working with families to promote student success. She was co-editor of the Handbook of Research on Student Engagement and the Handbook of Student Engagement Interventions and is currently the Editor of School Psychology Review.
Laura Dilly, PhD, ABPP, NCSP, serves as a Senior Psychologist within the Clinical Assessment and Diagnostics Department at the Marcus Autism Center, Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta. She is also the Marcus Autism Center APPIC Doctoral Internship Training Director and an adjunct assistant professor at the Emory University School of Medicine. Her clinical work focuses on conducting interdisciplinary, developmental assessments of children with suspected autism spectrum disorders (ASD).
Dr. Dilly earned her doctorate in school psychology from Michigan State University before completing her pre-doctoral internship in the Houston Independent School District. Prior to joining Marcus Autism Center, Dr. Dilly worked in public schools for a decade in roles including lead school psychologist and training coordinator. As a board-certified clinical child and adolescent psychologist, and a nationally certified school psychologist, Dr. Dilly is able to bridge the worlds of medically based and school-based psychological services for children and adolescents.
Dr. Dilly is actively involved in her professional community. She has served on the board of directors of the Georgia Psychological Association (GPA) in a variety of roles and is the 2019-2020 president of the GPA. She authored the book Autism Spectrum Disorder Assessment in Schools to assist in teaching school psychologists about the assessment of children with autism.
--Dr. Reschly will present from 9 - 12 - Workshop title coming soon!
--Lunch and general business meeting will be from 12 - 1
--Dr. Dilly will present from 1 - 4 - Workshop title coming soon!
Brewed hot coffee, hot tea, water, hot chocolate, juice, and soft drinks are available continuously from 7:30 AM-11:00 AM and from 1:00 PM-4:00 PM.
One 30 minute break from 10:15-10:45 a.m. includes fresh fruit, Chef’s choice of breakfast breads, and one daily specialty item.
One 30 minute break from 2:15-2:45 includes includes fresh vegetables and dip, candy, Chef’s choice of bakery selections, and one daily specialty item.
REGISTRATION: Includes workshops, lunch and snack breaks
Member - $95 until 4/10
Non-member - $125 until 4/10
Retired/Student member - $55 until 4/10
Late registration begins on 4/11
Follow directions for payment. Online payment uses your credit card or PayPal account. Confirmation is immediate and will be confirmed through your email.
For Mail in Payments GASP takes checks only mailed to:
Travis O. Bonner
P.O Box 142701
Fayetteville, GA 30214
GASP DOES NOT TAKE PURCHASE ORDERS! MAKE CHECKS PAYABLE TO GASP.
Rooms in this block will be held until March 25th.
We have currently blocked off a mix of Classic or Select hotel rooms for the evening of Thursday, April 23, 2020. The rate is $109 for Classics and $149 Selects. One parking pass per room, per night is included in room rates. It is individual reservation and pay. Individuals are responsible for making their own hotel reservations and paying for their own room, tax, and incidental charges.
Reservations may be made by telephone (706-542-2134) or through the Georgia Center website (www.UGAHotel.com) using group code 92539.
Rate is extended for three days before and three days after if people want to extend their stay.
Complimentary wireless throughout hotel
Free use of shuttle to any destination within three miles of the hotel
On-site fitness room and access to UGA Ramsey Center