School Psychologists

School psychologists collaborate with teachers, parents and administrators to find effective interventions to address learning and behavior problems.  School psychologists use observational data, standardized psychological assessment, and curriculum-based assessments to determine a student’s academic and instructional needs and subsequent eligibility for special education services. School psychologists assist student support teams with implementation of evidence-based interventions, monitoring a student's response to intervention  and when appropriate provide counseling services related to interpersonal or family issues that interfere with school performance.