School and Workplace Sessions and Consultations
Many times NBI staff members are asked to provide information and consultation to schools. This can take many forms, from presenting results of psychological testing, to discussing the needs of a particular student at a team meeting, to assisting a teacher or administrator who is dealing with a student with mental health and/or behavioral problems, or performing a classroom observation. We have conducted many workshops, lectures, and in-service trainings at schools as well. We find providing such services vital to many of our patients and families, and also important in NBI’s goal of supporting efforts to address students’ psychological and behavioral health in educational settings.
The same hold true for workplace issues. We are available to help further understanding of psychological issues and disorders that affect the workplace, whether via experiential workshops, seminars, or individual consultation with organizational leaders, or designated employees.
There have also been numerous occasions where we have been able to actually go to a patient’s job to assist them with, for example, organizing their office or reducing anxious or perfectionistic behaviors, among many others.
When it comes to workplace issues, NBI endorses the importance of getting out of our office and into yours.