O nas

Witamy na oficjalnym blogu grupy Pyramid Educational Consultants.

Konsultanci Pyramid są liderami w poszukiwaniu innowacyjnych rozwiązań w zakresie rozwoju i upowszechniania usług edukacyjnych i klinicznych dla osób ze spektrum autyzmu. Jesteśmy interdyscyplinarną grupą psychologów klinicznych, analityków zachowania, logopedów, nauczycieli i innych specjalistów, pracującą pod ścisłym kierownictwem dr Andy Bondiego i Lori Frost, MS, CCC / SLP. Dzięki biurom w trzynastu krajach, Pyramid Educational Consultants prowadzi szkolenia, konsultacje, jest źródłem wielu innych usług edukacyjnych dla szkół, ośrodków, fundacji, rodzin i innych osób na całym świecie.

Blog Pyramid prowadzony jest przez dr Joe McCleery, Dyrektora ds. Badań Klinicznych i Rozwoju w Pyramid Educational Consultants. Więcej informacji na temat dr McCleery można znaleźć poniżej:

 

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About the blogger:

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Dr. McCleery began working with children with autism and other developmental difficulties in 1999.  He earned an undergraduate degree from Rutgers University, and both a Master’s degree and Ph.D. in Psychology from the University of California, San Diego.  He then completed postdoctoral training at the University of California, San Diego, and Children’s Hospital Boston, Harvard Medical School, before taking up a Lecturer (Assistant Professor) position in the School of Psychology at the University of Birmingham in England.  In the fall of 2013, he became the Director of Clinical Research and Development at Pyramid Educational Consultants.  Dr. McCleery has extensive experience with evidence-based autism intervention methods and practices for individuals with autism and related developmental difficulties.  This includes direct intervention, educational consultation, parent training/education programs, and experimental research experiences in school, home, and university settings.

Dr. McCleery has published his research and ideas in leading peer-reviewed journals in Clinical Psychology, Psychiatry, and Neuroscience; and his research has been supported by a number of organizations, including the M.I.N.D. Institute, Autism Speaks, Autistica, the Economic and Social Research Council, and the Leverhulme Trust.  He is also a highly experienced presenter.  This experience includes invited seminar talks on social, communicative, and language development in children with autism at leading universities, hospitals, and research centers around the world, including the Yale University School of Medicine (USA), the University of Pennsylvania (USA), Massachusetts General Hospital of Harvard Medical School (USA), New York University (USA), Oxford University (England), Cambridge University (England), Bangor University (Wales), the National University of Ireland – Galway (Ireland), Keio University (Japan), and the National Center of Neurology and Psychiatry (Japan), among others.