Ms. Griffith has conducted over 1,000 comprehensive evaluations in the K-12 public school setting. She has extensive training in Special Education law, policies, and the identification of learning disabilities, cognitive disabilities, ADHD, and autism. She is available to consult about IEPs and 504 Plans. Ms. Griffith also provides professional development in the areas of childhood trauma, trauma-sensitive teaching practices, Autism Spectrum Disorder, and special education in the forensic setting.
Using a sensitive, "whole child" approach, we will work together to identify and effectively address your concerns.
Ms. Griffith's experience guiding K-12 school teams makes her an excellent resource for a wide range of learning and behavioral issues. She can attend school meetings and help advocate for your child in a professional and knowledgeable way that maintains a positive relationship between you and the school. She can also provide professional development and consultation for teams or agencies that would benefit from understanding the interplay of cognition, learning differences, child development, and trauma in individuals.