Craniofacial Special Interest Group
The Craniofacial SIG consists of SPP members who share an interest in craniofacial conditions. The general goals of this SIG are to:
Increase awareness of craniofacial conditions among SPP members.
Facilitate communication, collaboration and consultation among members regarding providing care and education for children with craniofacial conditions and their families.
Facilitate collaboration on research addressing psychosocial issues associated with having a craniofacial condition.
Provide education opportunities and clinical materials for professionals (including continuing education for psychologists, non-psychologist members of craniofacial care teams, teachers and other school professionals), those in training (including graduate students, interns and post-doctoral students), and for families regarding the psychosocial issues associated with craniofacial conditions.
Serve as advocates for these children and their families.
Liaison with the American Cleft Palate-Craniofacial Association.
- Online Resources for Families, Schools, and Providers
- Fact Sheet for Mental Health Providers: Cleft Lip and/or Palate
- Fact Sheet: Complex Craniofacial Conditions
- Assessment Resource Sheet: Craniofacial Populations
- Alessia Johns, PhD, ABPP; Children's Hospital of Los Angeles
- Canice Crerand, PhD; Nationwide Children's Hospital
- Patricia Marik, PsyD; Children's Hospital of Wisconsin
- Heather Snyder, PhD; Edinboro University
- Amy Conrad, PhD; University of Iowa Children's Hospital
- Celia Heppner, PsyD; Children's Medical Center
- Janine Rosenberg, PhD; University of Illinois Hospital and Health Science System, Chicago
Meredith Albert, PhD
Shriners Hospitals for Children-Chicago
Leanna Magee, PhD
The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia