School Psychology

Our team of school psychologists provide expertise in mental health, behavior, and learning challenges to help students process issues such as low academic performance, bullying, low self-esteem, various disabilities, anxiety, and problems within the home. School psychologists partner with families, teachers, social workers, therapists and administrators to create an atmosphere that encourages academic success. 

Duties of a school psychologist may include:

  • Collecting data from the classroom and school campus 

  • Administer assessments to measure cognitive ability, academic achievement, social-emotional and behavioral challenges

  • Modify curriculum to support learning challenges

  • Providing support strategies for behavior and learning

  • Plan Individualized Education Plans (IEPs) for students with disabilities

  • Identify children who are at risk

  • Assist families in understanding child's needs and connect families with community resources

  • Provide individual and group counseling

  • Promote problem solving, anger management, and positive peer relationships