Integrated Services in Education
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Integrated Services in Education (ISE) is dedicated to the practical preparation of students in psychology and education through supervised experiences in providing high quality, evidence-based prevention, assessment, and intervention services to improve outcomes for children and youth in our community.
The primary mandate of ISE's clinic is to provide a training facility for graduate students in School and Applied Child Psychology and Counselling Psychology programs in which to develop skills appropriate to their areas of study. Within that mandate, ISE also strives to provide quality lower cost services to members of the community.
Presently, ISE provides psychoeducational assessments for children, primarily 4 to 20 years of age, including those transitioning into and out of K – 12 schooling. Clients are either self-referred or participate through contracts with government agencies (e.g. PDD, PKICS). In the case of child clients under the age of 18 years, ISE requires consent from all parents or guardians with legal custody.
All services are confidential and ISE adheres to ethical guidelines set forth by the College of Alberta Psychologists and the Canadian Psychological Association.