November 19, 2021    

10:00 AM - 12:30 PM   



Presented Via Zoom Webinar     


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Non-Member $40

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Dysgraphia & Dyscalculia:Diagnosis, Interventions, and the IEP

Carolyn Kuehnel, Ph.D., NCSP


November 19, 2021

10:00 AM - 12:30 PM 


Workshop Primary Objectives:

  • Session attendees will be able to clearly define Dysgraphia and Dyscalculia, and understand how these terms compare with school-based classifications of specific learning disorder.  
  • Session attendees will be able to identify best practices in assessment and intervention for dysgraphia and dyscalculia, with a specific understanding of who should provide services and how to monitor progress.
  • Session attendees will have an opportunity to engage in conversation about the misconceptions and controversies associated with dysgraphia and dyscalculia, and gain knowledge that will assist in navigating those controversies in an educational setting. 


Non-Member Attendees Register Here Today! SPaN members please log-in to your account on the member's only portal to register for this event: www.spanmass-portal.org 

Meet the Presenter
Dr. Carolyn Kuelhnel Ph.D., NCSP completed her doctorate in school psychology in 2013, with an APA-accredited internship in clinical psychology/applied behavior analysis. She then did a two-year fellowship in pediatric neuropsychology and spent the next five years working as a licensed psychologist/neuropsychologist in a multidisciplinary behavioral health practice.

In 2019, Dr. Kuehnel founded Kuehnel Psychological Services in Franklin, Massachusetts, where she now provides assessment, intervention, and consultative services to children, adolescents, and families. Dr. Kuehnel has completed over 500 neuropsychological and educational evaluations, often supporting families beyond the evaluation process by participating in school Team meetings and conducting school observations when appropriate.

Given the breadth and depth of her school psychology, clinical psychology, and pediatric neuropsychology training, Dr. Kuehnel has expertise in serving children with learning disorders, executive functioning weaknesses, behavioral challenges, social skill difficulties, emotional dysregulation, and various developmental disabilities. Her approach to assessment, intervention, and consultation is grounded in an understanding of evidence-based practice and research-supported treatments, with an emphasis on understanding the whole child.