Do you have a student or multiple students with special needs who act out in class if they become upset? In today’s Teacher Tips newsletter, learn how to teach your students calming skills so rather than crying, yelling, running around or screaming, your students can practice a few techniques to calm down if they become upset. … Read More
Special Education Careers
Are you looking to start your special education career or find a job in the mental and behavioral health field? Watson is looking for compassionate individuals to join our family of educators, therapists, social workers, psychologists, and more who are providing quality special education services to children ages 3 to 21. Whether you've just graduated high school and are looking for summer employment, or have a Master's Degree and years of field experience, you can find a career in special education at Watson. Want to know what it's like to work here? Hear from one of our special education teachers as she shares her experience about working in this dynamic environment. Also, check out our current openings and apply today!Apply Now
Outpatient Behavioral Health Services
Are you looking for comprehensive outpatient behavioral health services such as therapy, wraparound services, or diagnostic assessments? Watson offers all of these outpatient services for children up to age 21. Request an appointment today!
Special Education Teacher Training & Consulting
ATTN: School district reps - are you planning your back to school in-service trainings for teachers? Watson offers customized special education teacher training and consultation services to educators teaching students with special needs. Read more about the services we offer!
Does your child write on or scratch up the walls in your home or in his/her classroom? In today’s Teacher Tips newsletter, learn about various replacement behaviors you can teach your child to prevent him/her writing or drawing on walls. Create or buy a dry erase board with compatible markers and keep it in a … Read More
Does your child with special needs repeat verbal phrases or words? In today’s Teacher Tips newsletter, learn about strategies which will help you address repeated verbal phrases with your child with special needs. There may be a few reasons why your child repeats verbal phrases: to reduce anxiety, and possibly to gain attention and these … Read More