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Julie A. Daggett, Ph.D.

Julie A. Daggett, Ph.D. Biography: Julie Daggett, Ph.D., is a licensed clinical psychologist who specializes in children and adolescents. She has a private practice in San Luis Obispo, California, Family Institute of the Central Coast that offers comprehensive psychological evaluations and outpatient therapy. She regularly incorporates home, school, and community visits into her clients' evaluations and therapy work. In addition to working privately with families, Dr. Daggett provides consultation and in-service training for many school districts in California related to psychological evaluations for autism spectrum disorders, functional assessment/analysis, positive behavior support, and ways to improve the quality of education for students. Although her primary focus is applied practice, Dr. Daggett also occasionally teaches graduate and undergraduate courses at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, on positive behavior support and child development. Since 1997, Dr. Daggett has conducted numerous social skills groups for individuals, ages 3-17 years, with autism spectrum and related disorders. These groups are individually tailored to incorporate each child's preferences, and goals are set with the children's and parents' active participation. She is also frequently contracted to help school districts develop campus-wide and/or classroom-based social skills programs that incorporate the principles behind positive behavior support. Dr. Daggett, in collaboration with The Marlo Group, is developing an educational video and manual that trains parents and professionals to maximize the number of daily hours that children with autism spectrum disorders stay actively engaged with others and their environment in a meaningful way.

Julie A. Daggett, Ph.D.'s Books

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  • Beyond the Autism Diagnosis

    ISBN: 978-1-55766-751-9

    Description

    The authors reflect on excerpts from dozens of interviews with more than 60 families of children with autism, uncovering parents' needs, concerns, beliefs, and dreams.

    Paperback $34.95 Qty:

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