• School Psychologists

    School psychologists help children and youth succeed academically, socially, and emotionally by collaborating with educators and parents to create supportive learning environments for all students.
    Collaborate with teachers, parents and administrators to find solutions to learning and behavior problems.
    Help others understand child development and how it affects learning and behavior.
    Evaluate eligibility for special services
    Assess academic skills and aptitude for learning
    Determine social-emotional development and mental health status
    Evaluate learning environments
    Provide psychological counseling through Individual Education Programs to help resolve issues that interfere with school performance
    Work directly with children and their families to help resolve problems in adjustment and learning
    Provide training in social skills and anger management
    Help families and schools manage crises
    Promote tolerance, understanding and appreciation of diversity within the school community
    Develop programs to make schools safer and more effective learning environments
    Collaborate with school staff and community agencies to provide services directed at improving psychological health
    Develop partnerships with parents and teachers to promote healthy school environments