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Chris Wilmoth

      Chris Wilmoth is a certified school psychologist and licensed clinical mental health counselor. He is credentialed in Louisiana and New Mexico. Chris is an administrator and practitioner with 27 years of experience in the areas of special education and student support, having developed/co-developed programs to support student needs in the areas of school-based mental health, early behavioral intervention, positive prevention programs, violence reduction, crisis intervention, school-based psychiatric services, on-line education and parent training programs. Programs developed/co-developed to provide mental health support to students in schools have been recognized by:

  • U. S. Department of Education/U. S. Attorney General's Office (Early Warning, Timely Response: An Action Guide to Protecting Our Children)
  • National Association of School Psychologists
  • Center for School Mental Health Assistance

     Chris has served as a consultant/trainer to state departments of education, advocacy centers, local school systems and professional educational organizations. His state level consulting/training assignments have included Texas, Louisiana and Mississippi.

     Chris is an engaging speaker that provides his audiences with strategies tested through application in public schools, not "laboratories". He supports the National Staff Development Council's Standards for Staff Development, revised 2001.

Topics Include:

  • "School-Based Mental Health Services: A guide to building effective services for students"
  • "A Practical Multi-Level Approach to Address Over Identification in Special Education"
  • "Proactive Crisis Intervention and Violence Reduction in Schools (K-12)"
  • "Cost/Benefit, a Community Perspective on the Impact of Effective Inclusive Special Education Programming"
  • "Preparing Administrators for Effective Complaint Management and Proactive Complaint Avoidance"
  • "Collaboration that is NOT an un-natural act, committed by non-consenting adults, in a hostile environment: Professional growth from a strength perspective to enhance services for students"
  • "Special Education Discipline and Interim Alternative Educational Settings"
  • "How and Why a School System can and should teach Parental Self-Advocacy"

To request information on Chris Wilmoth, e-mail cwilmoth@educationspeakersgroup.com

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