$140.00 CAD

Assessment, Conceptualization & Report Writing for Autism Spectrum Disorder Webinar

This two-part workshop will enhance your ability to complete assessments for Participants will learn:

  1. How to take a comprehensive yet flexible approach to assessing for autism (spectrum disorder)
  2. To consider numerous complexities in assessing for autism across age and developmental level such as:
  • Impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on developmental outcomes
  • How language and intellectual capabilities play in to differential diagnosis
  • The complexities introduced by mental health issues
  • The value and challenges of self-diagnosis, including the implications of social media influence
  • Weighing evidence from observable behaviour and inner experience
  • Masking and camouflaging
  • Difficulties in obtaining third party reports or observations
  • Obtaining developmental history from older adults


  1. How to approach the possibility of some or all of the assessment being completed virtually (e.g., ethical implications, appropriate referrals, collecting assessment information, limitations and uses, etc.)
  2. Different methodologies for behavioural observation, interaction, and interview (whether clinical or structured) as it relates to DSM-5 criteria
  3. Perspectives on how to integrate data from multiple sources and move beyond test scores in conceptualization and report writing, with samples provided

 Those who view the recorded webinar will be eligible to obtain continuing education credits. Earn 6 Continuing Education (CE) credits from the Canadian Psychological Association for attending this event.

Hexagon Psychology (formerly Build Great Teams) is approved by the Canadian Psychological Association to offer continuing education for psychologists. Hexagon Psychology maintains responsibility for the program. The CPA’s approval of an individual, group, or organization as a CE Sponsor or Provider is restricted to the activities described in the approved application or annual report form. The CPA’s approval does not extend to any other CE activity the Sponsor or Provider might offer. In granting its approval, the CPA assumes no legal or financial obligations to Sponsors, Providers, or to those individuals who might participate in a Sponsor or Provider’s CE activities or programs. Further, responsibility for the content, provision, and delivery of any CE activity approved by the CPA remains that of the CE Sponsor or Provider. The CPA disclaims all legal liability associated with the content, provision, and delivery of the approved CE activity.

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