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Dr. Kim Barker, one of the 2021 Grants Mentoring Program Mentees, was recently funded by the Sandra Dunagan Deal Center for Early Language and Literacy, Georgia College. The project is titled Collaborative Learning in Multi-Sensory Based Environments for Early Childhood (CLIMBE), and will investigate factors that impact implementation of Interprofessional Education and Collaboration (IPE/C) between teachers and OTs to deliver evidence-based early language/literacy practices via the CLIMBE program. Dr. Barkers Co-PI on this project is Dr. Benevides, and they will be working with Sharon Swift and the Richmond County School District.
Big news for Dr. Wilcox! She was published in APA PyycNet, To conceal or not to conceal: Supervisee and client identity processes in clinical supervision. She also just became Board Certified in Counseling Psychology by the American Board of Professional Psychology.
Dr. Webster was published in Frontiers in Public Health: Children and Health, Fundamental motor skill delays in preschool children with disabilities: 2012 National Youth Fitness Survey.