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Top 50 School Psychologist Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a School Psychologist. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of School Psychologist resumes they appeared on. For example, 13.6% of School Psychologist resumes contained Behavioral Issues as a skill. Let's find out what skills a School Psychologist actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These Are The Most Important Skills For A School Psychologist

1. Behavioral Issues
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  • Administered a variety of standardized psychological measures to address cognitive functioning, academic achievement, social/behavioral issues, and adaptive functioning.
  • Performed psychological assessments and tested elementary-aged children with learning, neurological, emotional or behavioral issues.
  • Analyze evaluation data and formulate hypotheses and conclusions relating to learning and behavioral issues.
  • Provided consultation for seven schools regarding students with emotional and behavioral issues.
  • Continue gaining experience developing interventions for academics and behavioral issues.
  • Identified psychological, emotional and behavioral issues, using information obtained from test, interviews, and observations.
  • Provided aid with counseling, instruction and mentoring for students struggling with social, emotional and behavioral issues.
  • Consulted with teachers to address students' academic and behavioral issues and to develop intervention plans.
  • Conduct individual and group therapy sessions for students with varied emotional or behavioral issues.
  • Consulted with teachers and service providers district-wide regarding behavioral issues in the classroom.
  • Lead for the SRBI team implementing Literacy, Numeracy and Behavioral issues.
  • Developed inclusionary programs adapted to the needs of this student population impaired with severe behavioral issues.
  • Provided comprehensive school psychological services to students Provided consulting support for behavioral issues Certified CPI Trainer -Crisis Prevention Institute.

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3. Psychology
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Here's how Psychology is used in School Psychologist jobs:
  • Completed a 12-hour per week 2-year psychology school-based services practicum providing counseling services to children and adolescents in grades Kindergarten-12.
  • Organized and entered data for research project for Educational Psychology Department.
  • Attended quarterly workshops/seminars to expand current research expertise in school psychology.
  • Developed and scheduled topics of weekly psychology department meetings.
  • Supervised several school psychology interns within the district.
  • Supervised and trained internship students in school psychology.
  • Provided supervision to psychology interns and practicum students.
  • Instructed undergraduate course at Keystone College Child Psychology/Development
  • Provided clinical supervision for psychology interns.
  • Site-based supervision of psychology practicum students.
  • Attended conferences to keep up with current information in the field of School Psychology.
  • Provided school psychology services to three K-5 buildings in public school districts.
  • Provided supervision and training to interns of school psychology.
  • Achieved National Board Certification in School Psychology;.
  • Provided individual and group clinical supervision of school psychologists and school psychology interns.
  • School Psychology Intern * Completed a 150-hour practicum where I shadowed and provided counseling services on an individual and group basis.
  • Job Title: Psychologist Intern Employer: Southwest Consortium Predoctoral Psychology Internship Address: Psychology Service 116B
  • School Psychology Intern * Completed a 150-hour practicum shadowing and providing counseling services.
  • Graduate Assistantship in Educational Psychology Department at UNLV (2005 2007).
  • Field-based Practicum in School Psychology, 600 Hours Supervisor: Dr. Jennifer Mascolo, Ph.D.

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4. Crisis Intervention
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Here's how Crisis Intervention is used in School Psychologist jobs:
  • Provided individual and group psychological counseling services and crisis intervention.
  • Facilitated individual and group counseling sessions along with crisis intervention.
  • Provided crisis intervention for suicidal students.
  • Conducted counseling and crisis interventions.
  • Developed Crisis Intervention Plans for Orange High School, to aid the staff provide support and guidance to the students.
  • Provided crisis intervention, individual and group counseling, and consultation to students, parents, and school staff.
  • Provided crisis intervention with students and parents in elementary, middle and high schools.
  • Authored psychological evaluations, IEP's, and the District Crisis Intervention Handbook.
  • Lead school based individual, group and crisis intervention counseling sessions.
  • Implemented crisis intervention techniques and assessed the student's safety.
  • Provide counseling, crisis intervention, staff and parent consultations.
  • Provide short term support and crisis intervention as needed.
  • Served on the elementary school's crisis intervention team.
  • Acted at crisis intervention counselor, as needed.
  • Respond to crisis situations and provide crisis intervention.
  • Served as member of crisis intervention team.
  • Observed risk assessments and crisis intervention planning.
  • Provided play therapy, parent counseling, and crisis intervention.
  • Draft IEPs in collaboration with parent/guardian and general/special education personnel and provide crisis intervention as needed.
  • Conduct comprehensive psychological assessments Provide crisis intervention Provide indiviual and group counseling

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5. IEP
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Here's how IEP is used in School Psychologist jobs:
  • Report writing was done using e-IEP pro software which produced a multidisciplinary evaluation report.
  • Served as active administrator for roles including all aspects of IEP meetings, creating/altering student schedules, program placements, etc.
  • Case manager for classified students- monitoring their progress, establishing annual reviews, planning reevaluations, and IEP amendments.
  • Consulted with administrators, faculty, and parents towards appropriate educational planning, including construction of IEP's.
  • Developed IEP's and input all supporting information into SESIS (Special Education Student Information System.)
  • Used IEP Online, Skyward, Google Calendar, Microsoft Outlook and Microsoft Word.
  • Work closely with resource teachers to make sure IEP's are being implemented correctly.
  • Administered cognitive and behavioral assessments to students, conducted and presented at IEP meetings.
  • Conducted IEP and parent requested meetings, as well as writing IEP's.
  • Establish and run IEP meetings including creation and maintenance of all related paperwork.
  • Provide speech and language services in accordance with the student's IEP.
  • Performed annual and triennial reviews for students with IEP's.
  • Developed IEP's in collaboration with school staff.
  • Prepared Transition IEP's for move-in students.
  • Conduct psychological and social/emotional assessments as needed for IEP development and IEP staffings.
  • Prepare lesson plans for students in accordance with their IEPs and in conjunction with the classroom teacher.
  • Led pre-referral intervention, multidisciplinary evaluation, IEP and child find teams.
  • Developed and reviewed IEPs and behavior plans.
  • Developed, implemented and monitored IEPs.
  • Developed and reviewed of IEPs.

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6. Group Therapy Sessions
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Here's how Group Therapy Sessions is used in School Psychologist jobs:
  • Conducted group therapy sessions for children placed in an out of district private school.
  • Performed weekly individual and group therapy sessions with students.
  • Conducted personal and group therapy sessions with children.

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7. Child Care
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8. Social Training
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9. Comprehensive Psycho-Educational Evaluations
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Here's how Comprehensive Psycho-Educational Evaluations is used in School Psychologist jobs:
  • Conduct comprehensive psycho-educational evaluations and reevaluations.
  • Conducted 50 to 60 comprehensive psycho-educational evaluations per year in order to determine special education eligibility and programming needs.
  • Completed comprehensive psycho-educational evaluations for students K-12; disseminated assessment results; conducted individual and group counseling/social skills interventions.
  • Conduct comprehensive psycho-educational evaluations to determine students cognitive, achievement, behavioral, and social-emotional strengths and weaknesses.
  • Conducted comprehensive psycho-educational evaluations to determine methods for effectively meeting student needs.
  • Completed comprehensive psycho-educational evaluations, including Functional Behavior Assessments (FBA).
  • Conducted comprehensive psycho-educational evaluations, including components of Early Intervention evaluations.
  • Conducted comprehensive psycho-educational evaluations of children with learning and behavioral difficulties.
  • Conduct - !1 - comprehensive psycho-educational evaluations.

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10. Mental Health
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Here's how Mental Health is used in School Psychologist jobs:
  • Facilitate district workshops social emotion intervention and incorporating technology in teaching and mental health service delivery.
  • Coordinated with community agencies to obtain emergency psychiatric services for students experiencing a mental health crisis.
  • Counseled middle school students with a variety of social- emotional and academic/behavioral/mental health issues.
  • Consulted with teachers and mental health professionals regarding behavior management in the classroom
  • Determine social-emotional development and mental health status.
  • Assist with mental health support as part of district crisis team response as needed for crises that occur in district schools.
  • Investigate the traits and attitudes of teachers to identify conditions that contribute to or detract from optimal mental health of teachers.
  • Connect families with mental health resources in the community and other assistance with food, clothing and housing as needed
  • Assisted in case management and mental health counseling, with a focus on bilingual families in the system.
  • Serve as district level coach to support school based mental health practitioners implement social emotional curriculum.
  • Conduct Social and emotional evaluations to determine the appropriateness of mental health needs for counseling services.
  • Engage in Consultation with parents, teachers and other mental health providers, as needed.
  • Work with students who have mental health needs by providing individual and group counseling services.
  • Consulted with teachers, parents, and outside mental health agencies.
  • Provide Educationally Related Mental Health Services (ERMHS) to students.
  • Provided mental health consultation to school employees and families.
  • Mentor new mental health employees.
  • Provide referrals for outside psychotherapeutic and behavioral mental health services.
  • Provided coordination between the school system and other outside health care/mental health agencies to facilitate services for students.
  • school-based mental health, agency referrals Assist Community Day School students with transition services, i.e.

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11. Pre-K
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Here's how Pre-K is used in School Psychologist jobs:
  • Conducted Psychological Evaluations for grades pre-k-12.
  • Covered elementary, middle, and high schools as well as specialty centers for students with Autism and Pre-K handicapped population.
  • Provided Psychological services in Primary Center (Pre-Kindergarten through first grade) and Middle School (Grades 6-8).
  • Facilitate children's Social Skills groups and help with Pre-K Screening for school entry.
  • Developed horizontal and vertical alignment for curriculum from Pre-K to 12th grades !
  • Facilitate academic and behavioral intervention for students Pre-K through 12th grade.
  • Conducted Psychological Evaluations for all school aged children grades pre-k-12th.
  • Created case conceptualizations for Pre-K through eighth grade students.
  • Completed comprehensive evaluations for students in grades Pre-K-2.
  • School serving Pre-Kindergarten through 7th grade students.
  • Case Management- Pre-K - H.S.
  • Evaluated students pre-kindergarten through high school to assist the education team in determining eligibility for Exceptional Education Services.
  • Conduct comprehensive psycho-educational evaluations of students in pre-kindergarten through 12th grades.
  • Provided observation, assessment, evaluation and intervention recommendations to students within the school district, ranging pre-K to grade 12.
  • Provided ongoing individual and group counseling to students with mental health diagnoses (Pre-K-16 year olds).
  • Consulted with teachers and parents regarding behavior problems and interventions (pre-k to grade 5.)
  • Conducted two day intensive in learning disabilities, and created pre-kindergarten screening program.
  • Provided services to pupils in pre-kindergarten through eighth grade.
  • Deliver services amongst Pre-K-8th grade students.
  • Conduct psychoeducational assessment to evaluate educational needs and eligibility determination for special services for students in Pre-k through 12th grade.

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12. RTI
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Here's how RTI is used in School Psychologist jobs:
  • Worked collaboratively with building teams supporting students at risk and/or eligible for special education, having specific academic and behavior needs.
  • Participated in Intervention Assistance teams in identifying specific problem areas students may have, and discussing possible solutions and/or further assessment procedures
  • Conducted weekly individual and group mandated supportive counseling sessions for children with emotional and behavioral concerns.
  • Participate in multidisciplinary team staffing to determine eligibility and services.
  • Completed functional behavior assessments and participated in manifestation determinations.
  • Coordinated fundraisers supporting both Anti-bullying and suicide prevention.
  • Collaborated with a Group of Qualified Professionals supporting At Risk Students with social, academic and behavior interventions.
  • Participated in the hiring and selection process for staff during the implementation stages of the new school.
  • Provided professional development to school staff regarding Response to Intervention (RTI) and LGBTQ+ issues.
  • Participated in STAR Team, Crisis Response Team, and the School Safety Team.
  • Participated in screening, evaluating, recommending and coordinating of special services for students.
  • Coordinate and participate as a member on the Committee for Special Education.
  • Participated in staff and district meetings weekly as directed by district office.
  • Participated in crisis response, safety team, and I&RS committees
  • Selected to serve on the district RTI leadership committee.
  • Participated as a member of the Student Success Team.
  • Case manager for portion of special education students.
  • Participated in special education eligibility determination and individualized education program staffings as necessary.
  • Participate as part of the multi-disciplinary team in reviewing qualifications of students with speech and language needs or delayed development.
  • Participated in Positive Parenting Talks (PPT) for parents from the school community.

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13. Student Learning
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Here's how Student Learning is used in School Psychologist jobs:
  • Provided consultation services to educational and dorm staff on student learning behaviors.
  • Assess student's abilities, learning style, achievement levels, personality, and emotional/social development to enhance student learning.
  • Consult with school personnel, parents, and other agencies concerning the educational environment and factors affecting student learning.
  • Consulted with teachers and staff to evaluate and increase student learning.
  • Give in-service presentations on student learning, cognition, and behavior.
  • Worked with teachers to monitor student learning and behavioral plans.
  • Provide leadership to team of multi-disciplinary professionals and parents in the resolution of problems related to student learning and behavior.

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14. Professional Development
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Here's how Professional Development is used in School Psychologist jobs:
  • Facilitate cultural competence professional development.
  • Participate in appropriate professional development activities such as conferences, in-service training, and study of professional journals.
  • Developed and provided professional development activities to faculty and/or support staff on a variety of topics.
  • Participated in professional development by attending conferences, and acquiring skills needed for administering new tests.
  • Provided professional development with other district school psychologist for teachers and administrators.
  • Participated in professional development activities including workshops, conferences and monthly in-services.
  • Attended Professional Development training sessions on various topics, including bullying prevention.
  • Provided professional development focused on autism spectrum disorders and psychological assessments.
  • Attend professional development seminars and workshops.
  • Presented PowerPoint presentation on Public Act 11-232 Anti-Bullying Bill to staff at a Professional Development day.
  • Created and delivered professional development workshops for private schools and school districts.
  • Develop and conduct professional development training sessions for parents and staff.
  • Provide professional development and training for building and district colleagues.
  • Provide teacher and administrator professional development trainings in topics of importance to the district.
  • Participate in on-going training and professional development activities including individual supervision and peer review.
  • Participate in on-going clinical workshops and professional development as needed.
  • Attend department meetings, professional development meetings, and trainings.
  • Provided Several professional Development Trainings on Crisis intervention and Suicidal Indicators Professional Development Trainings on Special Education Eligibility Criteria
  • Led professional development trainings and parent trainings for Roselle school district, and presented at a state-wide conference on inclusion education.
  • Led professional development trainings and parent trainings for Roselle school district.

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15. Education Plan
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Here's how Education Plan is used in School Psychologist jobs:
  • Participated in the design of Individualized Education Plans for the students resulting in highly-specialized programs for students.
  • Collaborated with Child Study Team in the development of Individualized Education Plans and determination of classifications.
  • Conducted Individualized Education Plan Meetings and presented Psychological findings of evaluations done by outside agencies.
  • Participated and translated Child Study Team meetings pertaining to students' Individualized Education Plans.
  • Designed individual education plans for children in need of special educational accommodations.
  • Participate and attend Student Study Team and Individualized Education Plan meetings.
  • Facilitated and coordinated ten turning five Individualized Education Plans.
  • Coordinate and finalize individual education plans.
  • Facilitate Individualized Education Planning meetings.
  • Served as a case manager for 4th, 7th, and 8th grade students with Individualized Education Plans (IEP).
  • Create Individual Education Plans, provide support to teacher and related instructional support staff in the implementation of program goals.
  • Facilitate Elementary Student Assistance Program (ESAP) meetings and Individualized Education Plan (IEP) meetings.
  • Organize and track information regarding children who are on Individualized Education Plans.
  • Provide a full range of diagnostic assessment and education planning services.
  • Assisted in the development of Individualized Education Plans.
  • Create individualized education plans (I.E.P.)
  • Chair Annual Review meetings and develop/review Individualized Education Plans (IEPs).
  • Develop and review Individualized Education Plans (IEPs) and 504 Plans.
  • Developed Behavioral goals for Individualized Education Plans (IEPs).
  • Work with staff to develop Individual Education Plans (IEPs)

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Here's how Public Schools is used in School Psychologist jobs:
  • Presented on a Functional Behavioral Assessment/Behavior Intervention presentation to Mesa Public Schools 60 school psychologist.
  • Served as school psychologist for six charter and chartered, non public schools including two high schools.
  • Served as a Liaison between agencies, districts, families, and non public schools.
  • Provided case management services for students in non-public schools in Burlington County, NJ.
  • Provide psychological evaluations and counseling to public and non public schools.
  • School psychologist for the Worcester Public Schools at North High.
  • Provide case management to non/ public schools.
  • Completed evaluations in non public schools.
  • SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGIST at Union Beach Public Schools, Union Beach, NJ.
  • Prepare progress notes and therapy certifications for 162 students attending for 4 public schools in various counties in Puerto Rico.
  • Full time School Psychologist: 11 years (February 1994-Agust 2005) Lawrence County Public Schools: Lawrence County, Ohio
  • Conducted cognitive and psychological assessments of students ages 6-18 at eleven public schools in Pinellas County, FL.
  • Provided per diem contracted services for the Andover, Billerica, Rockport and Salem Public schools.

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17. Special Needs
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Here's how Special Needs is used in School Psychologist jobs:
  • Worked closely with inclusion specialists to ensure appropriate educational planning for students with special needs.
  • Collaborated with teaching staff to modify/adapt student curricula and instruction for students with special needs.
  • Conducted psychological, emotional, and functional assessments for special needs and general education students.
  • Educated teachers on accommodations and legal rights of special needs students while maintaining client confidentiality.
  • Conducted psychological evaluations of students suspected of having special needs.
  • Recommended appropriate services/ interventions for students with special needs.
  • Provided full range of services, including assessment, consultation, counseling and program development for individual children with special needs.
  • Assist in the creation of experimental or alternative learning environments to meet the special needs of students.
  • Promote academic success of special needs students by providing consultation to teachers and parents.
  • Work in conjunction with the Assistant Principal when special needs students get behavioral referrals.
  • Developed special needs goals and objectives to coincide with New Jersey core curriculum standards.
  • Facilitated a life skills vocational-educational program for special needs students between 18 and 21.
  • Conducted observations and developed Behavior Support Plans for students with special needs.
  • Consult with teachers and parents for strategies assisting special needs children.
  • Worked with a variety of children with special needs.
  • School Psychologist, New Haven Public Schools: Celentano School (Special needs), Davis Elementary School (Magnet)
  • Confer with Child Study Team members and school personnel to best meet the educational needs of students with special needs.
  • Confer with teachers, parents, and school personnel to best meet the needs of students with special needs.
  • Provided psychological services, counseling, and consultation for special needs students on large comprehensive school site campuses.
  • Head Start Program, Guayama Puerto Rico Emotional and cognitive evaluations to Preschoolers with special needs.

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18. CSE
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Here's how CSE is used in School Psychologist jobs:
  • Participated in CSE meetings, provided written documentation of progress/regression.
  • Attended weekly Child Study Team meetings and Committee of Special Education (CSE) meetings and conferences parents and/or teachers.
  • Composed psychological reports and triennials utilized by the school district for the Committee on Special Education (CSE) meetings.
  • Conduct initial psychological and educational evaluations under the auspices of CSE at various Suffolk County school districts.
  • Attended CSE meetings to advocate for the student to received testing accommodations as needed.
  • Co-chaired CSE meetings, conducted classroom consultations, and administered and interpreted tests.
  • Participate in monthly team meetings and CSE meetings throughout various school districts.
  • Chair IEP/CSE meetings, Co-Chair Positive Behavior Support Committee, Student Intervention Team
  • Conduct CSE meeting to help consider students needs in the school.
  • Chair 504 meetings at Middle School/High School and occasional CSE/CPSE meetings.
  • Serve as CSE Chairperson for annual and triennial reviews when needed.
  • Presented and participated at CSE meetings and annual reviews.
  • Participated in and presented at CSE and CPSE meetings.
  • Participate in CPSE to CSE transition meetings.
  • Present reports at CSE meeting.
  • Chair CSE meetings as needed.
  • Scheduled and chaired CSE meetings.
  • Present at CSE meetings and Annual Reviews Facilitate counseling groups for children both individual and group counseling.
  • Participate in CPSE, CSE and multi-disciplinary team meetings.
  • Operated as the School Psychologist at Waverly Elementary School Evaluated in the elementary school population; presented reports at CSE meetings.

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19. Classroom Management
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Here's how Classroom Management is used in School Psychologist jobs:
  • Monitored and guided teacher and student dynamics through video review with positive redirection for improved cooperative discipline and effective classroom management.
  • Prepared and presented an in-service for school staff focused on differentiation of instruction and classroom management and differentiated instruction.
  • Work in conjunction with teachers and administration to provide therapeutic classroom management strategies for optimal learning.
  • Completed classroom observations; consulted with teachers for effective classroom management.
  • Collaborate and train teachers and school personnel to improve classroom management strategies
  • Provide consultation services and assist teachers in classroom management.
  • Provide teacher consultation regarding classroom management/ behavioral technique.
  • Provided classroom management support to teachers.
  • Train educational staff on the topics of classroom management, autism awareness, functional behavioral assessment and social skill strategies.
  • Provided staff members with ongoing education in pertinent areas of behavior, psychology, and / or classroom management techniques.
  • Provided behavioral consultation to teachers and classroom staff, working on behavior support plans and classroom management.
  • Collaborate with teachers, parents, and school personnel to improve classroom management strategies or parenting skills.
  • Consulted with teachers, administration, and parents on strategies for improving classroom management and parenting skills.
  • Addressed students' learning and behavioral problems and classroom management strategies or parenting techniques.
  • Consult and collaborate with teachers to support classroom management and implement behavior plans.
  • Design school wide positive behavior supports and classroom management plans.
  • Provided counseling services as needed when emergencies necessitated intervention Led workshops on effective classroom management skills and intervention with troubled students.
  • Provided consultation for teachers regarding classroom management, behavior modifications and techniques and differentiation of curriculum for special needs students.
  • Conduct cognitive, projective testing and write evaluations, provide counseling, and advise on classroom management matters related to C.S.E.
  • Continued) Collaborated and followed-up with educational staff on instructional strategies, in classroom management procedures and intervention.

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20. Kindergarten
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Here's how Kindergarten is used in School Psychologist jobs:
  • Provided psychological services for kindergarten through sixth grade students including assessment, individual counseling, teacher consultation and in-service training.
  • Contracted Services (Kindergarten through High School) Cognitive, Achievement, Behavioral/Emotional, and Psychological Evaluations Recommend Educational Programming
  • Observed the September incoming special education kindergarten population to assess and determine the appropriate setting for them.
  • Assisted with Kindergarten transition procedures at year end and identify students requiring Transitional IEP's
  • Administered kindergarten screening assessments for public and private elementary schools in the district.
  • Provided psychological and educational counseling to 3 elementary schools and 12 kindergartens.
  • Facilitated a Bullying Prevention Program for Kindergarten and fourth students.
  • Conducted psycho-educational evaluations with students in kindergarten through 12th grade.
  • Participated in district wide kindergarten screenings.
  • Coordinate and conduct Kindergarten screening.
  • Completed Multidisciplinary Assessments; provided counseling and psychological services to schools at all education levels, Kindergarten - 12th grade.
  • Provide developmental assessments for transitioning kindergarten children, and case managed transitioning services for middle and high school students.
  • Experience includes Kindergarten through eighth grade with children having a wide range of disabilities.
  • Served as the school psychologist for all students from Kindergarten through High School.
  • Provided services to students in grades Kindergarten through 8.
  • Prepared and helped conduct district wide kindergarten screening.
  • Worked with students from Kindergarten through fourth grade.
  • Helped organize and run Kindergarten screenings.
  • Provided parenting workshops, social skills training and presentations regarding kindergarten readiness.
  • Conducted multifactored evaluations and behavioral assessments for kindergarten through high school at Fairport Harbor.

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22. Pbis
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Here's how Pbis is used in School Psychologist jobs:
  • Facilitated and implemented school-wide PBIS program.
  • Facilitated an EdCamp Professional Development on the importance of using positive praise and how it is utilized within a PBIS model.
  • Facilitated the implementation of school-wide Response to Intervention (RtI) and Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS).
  • Participated as a team member on the Response to Intervention (RTI) and PBIS boards for Millennium school.
  • Participated in school wide Positive Behavior Interventions & Supports (PBIS) such as Boys Town Training.
  • Initiated PBIS services at school sites in collaboration with district and site administrators.
  • Supported Douglas Intermediate School IEP, RTI, PBIS and Special Education teams.
  • Provide leadership in developing two elementary schools into PBIS schools.

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23. Consultation Services
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Here's how Consultation Services is used in School Psychologist jobs:
  • Provided consultation services to parents and teachers regarding educational strategies and behavior management techniques.
  • Provided academic and behavioral consultation services to parents and school personnel.
  • Conducted counseling and consultation services.
  • Provide consultation services to teachers, building administrators, district personnel, students, parents, and outside participating agencies.
  • Provided consultation services for teachers and parents addressing academic, social, and emotional issues of school-aged children.
  • Provided assessments and consultation services to 1200 students in grades 5-8 in a large suburban Boston setting.
  • Provided consultation services to school administrators, teachers, colleagues, and parents.
  • Provide consultation services to school staff, parents and IEP team.
  • Provide Consultation Services for staff, administration, and parents.
  • Offer consultation services to parents, teachers, and administrators.
  • Provided consultation services to teachers and parents.
  • Provided IEP counseling and consultation services.
  • Provided bilingual evaluations and consultation services for ESL (English Second Language) students in grades K 12.
  • Provided consultation services to parents, teachers, and administrators and outside agency providers, (e.g.

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Here's how Data Collection is used in School Psychologist jobs:
  • Develop and monitor academic and behavior interventions through data collection and observations for treatment fidelity.
  • Develop comprehensive, research-based behavioral plans and tracked progress through data collections procedures.
  • Provided building level professional development in academic data collection, management and analysis.
  • Developed and monitored behavior intervention plans using data collection.
  • Worked closely with moderate to severe autism classrooms and assisted with teacher and staff training on behavior management and data collection.
  • Created data collection spreadsheets based on district-wide assessments and used the spreadsheets to determine academic, tier 2, placement.
  • Trained classroom and residential staff on behavior plan implementation and proper data collection, both formally and hands-on.
  • Record reviews, student observations, assessment administration, report writing and data collection were required.
  • Train and coordinate with professional staff in data collection methods to evaluate student progress.
  • Coordinate the development, implementation, and data collection of informal behavior plans.
  • Initiate the data collection process for creating and implementing FBAs and BIPs

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25. In-Service
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  • Facilitated and conducted in-service training to parents and school personnel on functional behavior assessments and behavioral intervention plans.
  • Created and facilitated in-services on topical issues to teachers, administrators and parents as necessary.
  • Develop and conduct lectures/seminars for teacher's in-service training.
  • Provided support and in-service to teachers and administrators.
  • Provided individual/group counseling services and in-service presentations.
  • Developed interventions, in-services and support services.
  • Provided in-services addressing information and assessment procedures and results to staff, teachers, and parents.
  • Provided in-service training and in class demonstrations on teaching pro-social skills for students with exceptional needs.
  • Contribute to the in-service training of school personnel with regard to inclusion and self-contained students.
  • Design, plan, and implement in-service training for parents and school staff.
  • Provide in-service training to teachers on issues impacting support services to students.
  • Designed and implemented parent training and staff in-services.
  • Provide staff training, instruction and in-service.
  • Conducted in-service training for the educational staff.
  • Provided in-service program and supervision to staff.
  • Presented staff in-service and attended others.
  • Conducted In-service training for school staff.
  • Provided crisis intervention, individual, and group counseling along with providing in-service training on a wide variety of topics.
  • Participated in staff meetings, in-service trainings, and case consultations with other service providers.
  • Provided in-service training and support to hospital staff.

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  • Consulted on special education needs of children with mental retardation, emotional disturbance, ADHD and children who are slow learners.
  • Led small student groups addressing social skills, friendship-making, divorce, ADHD, organizational skills and homework completion.
  • Experienced in making observations and gathering data to support diagnoses of ADD/ADHD and other mental health issues.
  • Completed Section 504 Action Plans for students with disabilities as well as ADHD screenings.
  • Staff Development in the area of assessment and intervention for ADHD and Autism.
  • Delivered Oppositional Defiant, ADHD and Cooperative Discipline presentation.
  • Provided conference presentations and workshops on counseling techniques, relaxation techniques, Aspergers' Syndrome and ADHD, storytelling, etc.
  • Group therapy for ADHD organization and planning, Aspergers, and individual therapy with students age 3 through the 12th grade.
  • Completed psychoeducational and ADHD evaluations Conducted clinical intakes Administered and interpreted cognitive, academic, and other (e.g.

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27. Initial Evaluations
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  • Completed curriculum-based and standardized assessments as a part of student initial evaluations and reevaluations for Special Education and other services.
  • Conducted cognitive and social/emotional/behavioral assessments for initial evaluations and re-evaluations with up-to-date instruments at the elementary level.
  • Completed initial evaluations and re-evaluations with students while working as a team with educational diagnosticians.
  • Conduct classroom observations, psycho-educational initial evaluations, reevaluations, and screenings.
  • Conducted initial evaluations to determine special education eligibility; psychological assessment.
  • Completed all reevaluations and initial evaluations for special education services.
  • Provided psychological services including conducting initial evaluations and reevaluations.
  • Revise data collection formats for initial evaluations and reevaluations.
  • Evaluated students for initial evaluations and reevaluations.
  • Conduct initial evaluations and reevaluations.
  • Conducted initial evaluations, reevaluations, and presented findings at CSE meetings.
  • Conducted social history interviews for the purpose of the initial evaluations.
  • Utilize a full battery testing approach for initial evaluations.
  • Prepare comprehensive psychoeducational reports for initial evaluations and re-evaluations conducted.
  • Conducted initial evaluations for students who needed more support than could be provided in the RtI process.
  • Initial evaluations provided on the pre-school level as well as counseling.
  • Assessed students referred for initial evaluations under a mandate from the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors.

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28. Anger Management
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  • Co-facilitated an anger management/decision-making group for high school students.
  • Co-led a frustration/anger management group using research-based materials.
  • Facilitated counseling groups (anger management/self-esteem).
  • Conduct counseling groups such as: social skills, anger management, grief counseling, and individual counseling for at-risk students.
  • Promoted problem solving, anger management and conflict resolution among students, and between them and teachers or their families.
  • Conducted evaluations, parent training, and groups focusing on anger management peer relations, and grief and loss.
  • Conducted group social skills training, problem solving, and anger management interventions for students in grades K-5.
  • Coached teachers, students, & administrators on social skills, anger management, & conflict resolution.
  • Developed group therapy curriculum -i.e., anger management, self-esteem, conflict resolution, and peer mentoring.
  • Provide students with psychological counseling, social skills and anger management training, and crisis intervention.
  • Provided individual and group counseling to students, including social skills and anger management groups.
  • Developed and co-facilitated a group on self-esteem, anger management, and social skills.
  • Facilitate individual and group counseling sessions, social skills training and anger management.
  • Led Anger Management and lunchtime Homework Groups during the 2003-04 school year.
  • Counseled students to address social skills, anxiety and anger management.
  • Provide counseling services for preschool student with anger management issues.
  • Modeled skills such as de-escalation, processing, anger management techniques and coping strategies to at-risk youth.

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29. Evaluation Reports
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  • Administered educational services and assessments to students, and completed evaluation reports, collaborated with teachers, parents and staff
  • Prepared Psychological reports, Evaluation Reports, and Individualized Education Programs and participate in all multidisciplinary meetings.
  • Administered tests, interpreted results, developed program recommendations, and wrote comprehensive evaluation reports.
  • Interpreted clinical evaluation reports and Individualized Education Plans for accommodation eligibility and delivery.
  • Interpret results of assessments in psychological and psycho-educational evaluation reports.
  • Facilitate parent meetings to discuss evaluation reports and placement recommendations.
  • Composed re-evaluation reports and complete state mandated paper work.
  • Composed re-evaluation reports and Individualized Education Plan.
  • Interpreted evaluation reports from outside service providers.
  • Develop Evaluation Reports, present findings at Multi-Disciplinary Team (MDT) meetings and Individualized Education Program (IEP) meetings.
  • Write evaluation reports with thorough recommendations that teachers can use within the classroom and parents can utilize at home.
  • Write evaluation reports with recommendations for parents and teacher regarding the child s areas of disability/areas of weakness.
  • Set up IEP meetings and interpreted evaluation reports at IEP meetings.
  • Conducted regular classroom observations to collect data needed for Functional Behavioral Assessments, Behavioral Intervention Plans and initial assessments/re- evaluation reports.
  • Presented psychological and psychoeducational evaluation reports at Initial Referral, Triennial Evaluation and 504 Accommodation meetings.
  • Compose evaluation reports and complete districted mandated paperwork.
  • Write comprehensive psychoeducational evaluation reports and Individualized Education Plans (IEPs).

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30. Assessment Results
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  • Attend regular supervision meetings with MSU's School Psychology department to ensure thorough interpretation and delivery of assessment results.
  • Developed and practiced a Result-Based Model of Translating Psycho-educational Assessment Results & Findings to Student Programming.
  • Present assessment results at IEP meetings and help determine eligibility for special education services.
  • Consolidated and synthesized assessment results into narrative report formats.
  • Provide written reports explaining assessment results, to be delivered to parents of the child for whom testing is completed.
  • Established rapport with students, parents, and school personnel, and effectively communicated assessment results verbally and in writing.
  • Utilize FBA, PBSP and Curriculum-Based Assessment results to identify the best way to assist the student(s).
  • Managed and analyzed data, including standardized test results, universal screening data, and common formative assessment results.
  • Communicated assessment results to parents and school staff at Committee on Special Education meetings.
  • Designed programs based on assessment results to address individual needs of each child.
  • Present assessment results to the Committee on Special Education (CSE).
  • Presented testing and assessment results as an IEP/Eligibility team member.
  • Presented assessment results to parents and school staff as requested.
  • Input assessment results and pertinent information into IEP Direct.

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31. Staff Members
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  • Provided psycho-educational resources to administrators, teachers, paraprofessionals and other staff members.
  • Provided professional development and technical assistance to new and experienced staff members.
  • Develop individualized educational plans in collaboration with teachers and other staff members.
  • Consulted with front-line staff members and designed academic and behavioral evidence-based interventions.
  • Provide consultation to general education staff members, administrators and parents.
  • Communicated and worked collaboratively with staff members and parents.
  • Provided in-service training presentations to Faculty and Staff members.
  • Delivered a two-part professional learning series to over 40 staff members to increase their knowledge and skills in specific topical areas.
  • Collaborate and consult with parents, teachers, school staff members and local community support services.
  • Served as a consultant for teachers, school staff members and parents.
  • Presented workshops to staff members on bulling behavior and school improvement strategies.
  • Responded to crisis by providing assistance to students, and staff members.
  • Train incoming staff members to utilize behavioral techniques within the classroom.
  • Provided in-services for all staff members on related special education topics.
  • Educated staff members on the warning signs of adolescent suicide
  • Presented Federal and State regulations to staff members.
  • Conducted mediation sessions with staff members.
  • Counseled to parents and staff members.
  • Joined team at K -5 elementary school with 961 students and 60+ staff members, serving as only monolingual school psychologist.
  • Provided in-service training for school personnel and staff members on a variety of psychoeducational topic areas.

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33. Small Group
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  • Provided four individual and one small group counseling cases focusing on social and friendship skills, divorce issues, and resiliency.
  • Utilize data to evaluate effectiveness of response to instruction/intervention for large groups, small groups, and individual students.
  • Conduct individual and small group play therapy sessions in order to facilitate skills needed for social interaction.
  • Provided one-on-one and small group social, emotional, academic, and behavioral support to students.
  • Conduct cognitive assessments, individual and small group counseling, member of the Evaluation Team.
  • Facilitate various targeted, small group counseling sessions for students with identified need.
  • Utilized data to help teachers plan whole group and small group instruction.
  • Provided IEP counseling to students in both small group and individual sessions.
  • Observed children in classroom and small group settings and recorded interactions.
  • Conducted small group and individual classroom activities with students.
  • Provided counseling (individual and small group).
  • Counseled students individually and in small groups.
  • Increased decoding skills using Words Their Way intervention with four 2nd grade students in a small group intervention.
  • Conducted Initial & triennial evaluations Small group counseling for students with IEP goals & 504 plans.
  • Provided small group counseling at middle school to help students develop positive social skills and avoid "at-risk" behaviors.
  • Participated in Response to Intervention/ Intervention Assistance Teams Individual & small group social skills instruction & counseling, grades K-4.

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35. Cpse
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  • Operate in a clinic setting performing psycho-educational evaluations to determine eligibility for CPSE support services.
  • Conducted all CPSE psycho-social evaluations and behavioral observations
  • Attended CPSE meetings, Student Team Meetings, Parent-teacher conferences, and served as a member on an interdisciplinary team.
  • Conducted preschool site visits for students receiving services through the Committee on Preschool Special Education (CPSE).
  • Attended CSE, 504, CPSE, meetings and presented information at meetings.
  • Serve as consultant/member on the Committee on Preschool Special Education (CPSE).
  • Attended parent conferences, CPSE, and CSE District meetings for all students.
  • Conducted evaluations as referred by CPSE and presented findings at CPSE meetings.
  • Represent agency, review and analyze testing results at CPSE meetings.
  • Evaluated and tested children under the auspices of CPSE.
  • Participate in and provide recommendations at CPSE meetings.
  • Attended CPSE initial meetings and annual reviews.
  • Produced written reports for CPSE meetings.
  • Attended CSE, 504, and CPSE meetings.
  • Completed initial psychological assessments for CPSE to establish eligibility for special education services and present feedback to parents.
  • Administered and scored DAS, WPPSI-III, Leiter-R, Vineland, VMI and BASC-2 for CPSE evaluations.
  • Attended CPSE meetings and conferences with teachers, parents, and administration.

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36. Evaluation Results
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  • Coordinated assessment team/meetings and communicated evaluation results to parents, school personnel, and students as appropriate.
  • Prepared printed reports with evaluation results and educational recommendations for accommodations for individual students with disabilities.
  • Interpret evaluation results and prepare reports/recommendations for parents and staff.
  • Reviewed evaluation results with parents at assessment conferences.
  • Composed interpretive reports summarizing evaluation results.
  • Present evaluation results to parents, principals, instructional staff, and district representatives.
  • Participate and present all evaluation results at the Committee on Preschool Special Education meetings.
  • Presented evaluation results at IEP team meetings.
  • Facilitated parental understanding of evaluation results, implications of diagnosis, legal rights, and interventions options.
  • Participated in staffings to explain evaluation results.
  • Analyze, interpret, and report evaluation results to parents and school personnel and make recommendations for educational planning.
  • Meet with parents for feedback meetings and IEP meetings to explain evaluation results.

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37. K-8
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  • Performed initial and triennial psycho-educational evaluations with students in grades K-8.
  • Completed psychological evaluations and provided consultation at the K-8 levels.
  • Conduct multidisciplinary evaluations and reevaluations with students K-8.
  • Served as a member of the Child Study Team for K-8th students and preschool students in the school district.
  • Completed a 600-hour practicum experience providing a limited range of services to children in grades preK-8.
  • Provided comprehensive evaluation services at the elementary and middle school level (grades K-8).
  • Provided comprehensive evaluation services for students within two public schools (grades prek-8).
  • Provided ongoing individual and group counseling as per IEP mandates (K-8th graders).
  • Assigned to Our Lady of Angels Catholic School (K-8) in Cleveland.
  • Provided psychological services for school children in grades K-8.
  • Implemented and maintained Social Skills training for students K-8.
  • School Psychologist, Grades K-8.
  • Facilitated multi-disciplinary meetings of school staff and parents to design appropriate educational plans for students (grades K-8).
  • Case Manager of Middle School Program / School Psychologist K-8 Case manager for middle school special education program.
  • Serve Pre K-8th grade students in a private school setting.

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38. Developmental Disabilities
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Here's how Developmental Disabilities is used in School Psychologist jobs:
  • Provided developmental assessment of infants, toddlers, and preschool children with developmental disabilities.
  • Assess emotional disturbances, developmental disabilities, and intellectual disabilities.
  • Identified developmental disabilities and counseled parents and children.
  • Evaluated and tested children with developmental disabilities, ages 5-21.
  • Experience includes diagnosis of students in Autistic Spectrum Disorder, Specific Learning Disabilities, ADHD/ADD, Emotional Disturbance and Developmental Disabilities.
  • Performed assessments with students with learning disabilities, emotional disturbance, and developmental disabilities.
  • School Psychologist providing direct and consultative services to student's ages 6-21 with Developmental Disabilities and comorbid Mental Health Problems.
  • Assessed and evaluated children with developmental disabilities and Down' Syndrome.
  • Screened birth-to-three children for developmental disabilities and tested pre-school age children to determine qualification for district pre-school programs.

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39. Special Education Meetings
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  • Contributed to Committee on Special Education meetings to review evaluations, progress of psychological services and offer recommendations.
  • Facilitated special education multidisciplinary special education meetings and evaluations at the preschool and elementary school level.
  • Schedule and facilitate special education meetings, and delegate completion of all necessary paperwork.
  • Chaired special education meetings; developed behavioral modification plans.
  • Attended discipline hearings and observed various special education meetings.
  • Participated in Committee on Special Education meetings.
  • Attended special education meetings for students evaluated by me for possible special education services.
  • Chair Committee on Special Education meetings including, initials, revaluations and annual reviews.
  • Participate in and present testing results on Committee of Special Education meetings.
  • Observed IEP, team, RTI, and special education meetings.
  • Chaired special education meetings and wrote reports.
  • Participate in parent groups -Participate in special education meetings -Participate in IEP meetings -Participate in Intervention meetings

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40. Eligibility Meetings
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  • Facilitated special education eligibility meetings.
  • Administered individual evaluations Collaborated with staff school psychologists in regard to assigned students Prepared psychological evaluation reports for special education eligibility meetings
  • Chaired eligibility meetings to determine eligibility and services needed to meet special needs or improve educational performance.
  • Coordinated and facilitated evaluation planning meetings, annual reviews, re-evaluation planning meetings, and eligibility meetings.
  • School Psychologist Child Study Team responsibilities- conducted psychological evaluations and discussed results at eligibility meetings.
  • Participated in Special Education eligibility meetings and Manifestation Determination meetings.
  • Observed and participated in special education eligibility meetings.
  • Conduct Eligibility Planning Meetings, Eligibility Meetings, IEP Meetings, Annual Review Meetings, and Parent/Teacher Conferences.
  • Facilitate 504 eligibility meetings with school teams for grades K-12.
  • Conducted eligibility meetings and participated in Local Screening and Child Study (prereferral intervention) Team meetings.
  • Attend data, leadership, multi-disciplinary and eligibility meetings.

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41. Academic Performance
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Here's how Academic Performance is used in School Psychologist jobs:
  • Designed interventions and provided psychological counseling to resolve interpersonal and/or family problems that interfered with academic performance.
  • Participated in problem-solving teams for individual students' academic performance in public and private schools.
  • Developed academic strategies and study skills to improve academic performance.
  • Observe and assess student's classroom behavior and academic performance.
  • Provide psychoeducational services to students who are experiencing emotional and/or learning difficulties that are interfering with their academic performance.

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42. K-12
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Here's how K-12 is used in School Psychologist jobs:
  • Provided comprehensive school psychology services for students K-12 including psycho-educational assessment, intervention, counseling, and consultation with school staff.
  • Provided psycho-educational assessment and program development services for special needs students in K-12 grades.
  • Coordinate and write Initial and Recurring Psycho-educational Evaluations with K-12 Students.
  • Performed comprehensive psychological evaluations for school-aged children (K-12).
  • Supervised K-12 teachers of behaviorally or emotionally challenged children.
  • Administered educational and psychological test batteries for K-12 students.
  • Provided psychological services for school-aged children k-12.
  • Evaluated individual students (K-12) and prepared psychological diagnosis, psychological reports, and case summaries.
  • Conducted SPED evaluations, Risk Assessments, and consultations to K-12 staff, families, and students.
  • Conducted psycho-educational evaluations as member of MET evaluation teams in grades K-12 in two rural districts.
  • Case managed students in grades PreK-12 both in-district and at out of district schools.
  • Provide mandated individual and group counseling services to students in grades K-12.
  • Provided school psychological services in PK-12 public school district.
  • Managed a case of 48 students grades K-12.
  • Provided assessment and evaluations of K-12.
  • Provided direct services in Grades K-12.
  • Work directly with K-12 students.
  • Conduct comprehensive evaluations, including cognitive, academic, social-emotional, behavioral and neuropsychological standardized testing, for students K-12.
  • provide psychological services to students k-12
  • Assigned to Archuleta School District where I served as the district psychologist for K-12.

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43. Counsel
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  • Maintain individual counseling caseload and provided individual and small group counseling, at-risk and mandated.
  • Provided individual counseling using Solution Focused Brief Therapy to high school students.
  • Conducted functional behavior analyses, classroom observations, group and individual counseling.
  • Developed counseling and guidance curricula for teachers to implement in their classrooms
  • Provided ongoing case management for students receiving counseling services.
  • Co-facilitated grief counseling groups at the secondary level.
  • Provided counseling services to special education students.
  • Provided solution-focused counseling for students.
  • Performed evaluations of students, counseling, and consultation with parents and school personnel, and assisted in classroom interventions.
  • Consulted with parents, regular and special education staff, counselors, and administrators on a regular basis.
  • Counseled adolescents (part-time) in school-based health clinic affiliated with Covenant Hospital (1992- 1993).
  • Provide individual, small group, and class-wide counseling lessons for general education and special education students.
  • Conduct cognitive assessments, classroom observations, one to one and group counseling as needed.
  • Engage in therapy with children aged three to five addressing Individualized Education Program counseling goals.
  • Provided individual testing, counseling, and education for grades K - 8th grade.
  • Provide individual and group counseling to children under CSE.
  • Provided both independent and group counseling for students.
  • Worked with school counselors, teachers, and other educational and therapeutic staff Conducted psychological and psycho-educational evaluations to children
  • Counseled students, conducted psychoeducational evaluations and generated reports.
  • Counseled students and assisted parents with referrals to preferred outside mental health agencies.

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44. Special Education Services
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  • Conduct individual standardized intellectual, achievement, and psychological testing to determine eligibility for special education services for students K-12th grade.
  • Performed comprehensive evaluations to determine if students qualify for special education services under the individuals with disabilities education act.
  • Designed and implemented individual education plans for children identified as eligible for Special Education services.
  • Completed psycho-educational evaluations to determine eligibility for special education services and gifted programming.
  • Conducted comprehensive evaluations in order to determine eligibility for special education services.
  • Conduct individual assessments to determine eligibility/need for special education services including.
  • Completed state eligibility evaluations and reports for special education services.
  • Assessed initial referrals for special education services.
  • Coordinated referral process for special education services.
  • Evaluated students for special education services.
  • Serve as a district level committee member to provide information to parents and stakeholders regarding special education services and 504 accommodations.
  • Conducted initial and three year evaluations for elementary and middle school students in accordance with Missouri criteria for special education services.
  • Led transition from preschool to school age evaluations to determine eligibility for school age special education services.
  • Worked with students receiving special education services, including those with autism, in the classroom environment.
  • Consult with district administrators on legal issues related to the delivery of special education services.
  • Perform assessments for students who receive or may receive special education services.
  • Collaborated with professionals in other fields to determine qualification and interventional methods for students receiving special education services through the district.
  • Administered cognitive, achievement, and personality assessments as part of a multi-disciplinary team to determine eligibility for special education services.
  • Communicated with parents and teachers regarding relevant history and problem identification to determine the need for special education services.
  • Performed administrative duties via SPED forms to ensure lawful compliance within all areas of special education services.

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45. Educational Programs
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  • Conducted triennial re-evaluations for all students with current Individualized Educational Programs (IEP) using standardized and non-standardized assessment measures.
  • Conducted psycho-educational assessments to assist in determining eligibility for special education services and the development of educational programs.
  • Conducted psychological and functional assessments leading to the development of behavior support plans and individual educational programs.
  • Prepared reports based on interpretation integrated with case history and developed effective interventions and Individualized Educational Programs.
  • Presented psychological reports to the District Committee on Special Education and participated in recommending educational programs.
  • Worked with parents, teachers and staff, to explain psycho-educational assessment and recommended educational programs.
  • Investigated processes of learning and develop psychological principals and techniques applicable to educational programs.
  • Designed and instituted individual educational programs based for each student !
  • Developed and revised Individualized Educational Programs.
  • Provide counseling to students with a variety of disabilities, and plan their educational programs with teachers.
  • Provide educational programs on topics such as classroom management, teaching strategies, or parenting skills.
  • Worked closely with parents and teachers to provide children with appropriate educational programs.
  • Provide consultation to teachers and staff to plan successful educational programs for children.
  • Provide educational programs on topics such as ethics and values.
  • Led staff and parent educational programs.
  • Provide psycho-educational assessments, consultation, and participate in individualized educational programs for special education students with a variety of disabilities.
  • Participated in staffings to explain evaluation results and develop educational programs for exceptional students.
  • Instituted anti-violence and anti-drug programs to grades 6 to 10 Implemented and designed educational programs for students with special needs
  • Collaborated with school staff, parents, and administrators to plan educational programs that meet students needs.
  • Individualized educational programs development Individuals with Disabilities Educational Improvement Act of 2004 compliance support.

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46. Community Resources
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  • Assisted families with collaboration of community resources and trained staff on positive behavior intervention and implementation.
  • Worked with instructors, administrators, parents and community resources to implement individualized plans.
  • Collaborated with outside agencies and community resources.
  • Collaborate with parents, teachers, and community resources to address learning, behavioral, and emotional needs of students.
  • Collaborated with a variety of community resources in an effort to better serve the students and their families.
  • Utilize school and community resources to meet the needs of students placed in Special Education programs.
  • Coordinate and assist in the referral of students and their families to appropriate community resources as necessary
  • Inform parents of community resources to help students with special needs.
  • Assist parents in accessing and utilizing school and community resources.

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47. Assessment Data
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  • Analyze and integrate data from assessment data and develop hypothesis relative to instructional and educational programming and program eligibility placement.
  • Used assessment data about individual students to determine appropriate interventions and programs.
  • Evaluated assessment data and presented results effectively and tactfully at meetings.
  • Use assessment data about the student and his/her environment(s) in developing appropriate interventions and programs.
  • Analyze standardized assessment data to identify areas of need in the classroom and school as a whole.
  • Prepared reports and interpreted assessment data to teachers, parents, and administrators at IEP's.
  • Interpreted assessment data in an understandable format for students, parents and colleagues.
  • Assist the IEP team in using assessment data to determine appropriate intervention supports.
  • Use assessment data to develop appropriate intervention services and I.E.P.'s.
  • Reviewed student file and assessment data to determine recommendations and goals.
  • Interpreted assessment data for purposes of psychological reports and the development of intervention plans.
  • Collected Aimsweb benchmark assessment data.
  • Analyzed, interpreted and reported assessment data, and created IEPs and behavioral intervention plans.
  • Interpreted and utilized assessment data for the purpose of writing psychological reports and IEPs.
  • Coordinated the collection of Aimsweb benchmark assessment data.

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48. Social Workers
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  • Collaborated cross-functionally with team of special education teachers, social workers and health providers to meet reporting requirements.
  • Deescalated complaints and mitigated employment discord between principals and psychologists/social workers.
  • Work cooperatively with teachers, social workers, speech therapists, and occupational therapists to provide classroom interventions to students.
  • Liaised with team of licensed specialists, psychologists, educational diagnosticians, service counselors, social workers and interns.
  • Collaborate with outside service providers (psychiatrists, therapists, social workers) to facilitate cross-setting interventions and programming.
  • Collaborated with teachers, social workers, administrators, and parents to determine appropriate services for students.
  • Collaborated with social workers to create Behavior Intervention Plans (BIP) for students.
  • Participate in Student Success Teams; coordinate meetings between Social Workers and students.
  • Worked closely with Indian Child Welfare and Social Workers on related cases !
  • Developed a procedural manual for School Psychologist and School Social Workers.
  • Worked with three different coordinators and social workers.
  • Provide liason and make referrals to outside agencies, pediatricians and counselors/social workers.

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  • Provided emotional support and insight into behaviors to help promote positive self-image of teenage students.
  • Co-led social-emotional support groups to address specific student needs.
  • Serve as the School Psychologist in an Approved Private School comprised of an Emotional Support Program.
  • Assist school staff with implementing an evidence based emotional support program at middle school.
  • Conduct psychoeducational assessments and behavioral observations in emotional support, life skills, multiple disabilities, and autistic support classrooms.

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50. Wisc-IV
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Here's how Wisc-IV is used in School Psychologist jobs:
  • Create and implement Behavior Improvement Plans Administer Cognitive Ability/Educational Assessments (WISC-IV, DAS-II, CTOPP) Write Psycho-Educational Reports
  • Complete comprehensive psychological evaluations by using a wide range of IQ and academic tests including the WISC-IV.
  • Administered various assessments, including but not limited to WISC-IV, CTONI-2, BASC-2, Vineland-II.
  • Administered cognitive assessments (WISC-IV integrated).
  • School Psychologist Practicum Student Post-Graduate Level Administered and interpreted cognitive assessments (WISC-IV).

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20 Most Common Skills For A School Psychologist

Behavioral Issues

16.4%

Absent Teacher

12.4%

Psychology

10.8%

Crisis Intervention

10.5%

IEP

9.6%

Group Therapy Sessions

6.4%

Child Care

5.1%

Social Training

3.6%

Comprehensive Psycho-Educational Evaluations

3.5%

Mental Health

3.1%

Pre-K

3.0%

RTI

2.7%

Student Learning

2.2%

Professional Development

1.7%

Education Plan

1.7%

Public Schools

1.7%

Special Needs

1.6%

CSE

1.4%

Classroom Management

1.4%

Kindergarten

1.2%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For A School Psychologist

Rank Skill
1 Behavioral Issues 13.6%
2 Absent Teacher 10.3%
3 Psychology 9.0%
4 Crisis Intervention 8.8%
5 IEP 8.0%
6 Group Therapy Sessions 5.3%
7 Child Care 4.3%
8 Social Training 3.0%
9 Comprehensive Psycho-Educational Evaluations 2.9%
10 Mental Health 2.6%
11 Pre-K 2.5%
12 RTI 2.2%
13 Student Learning 1.8%
14 Professional Development 1.4%
15 Education Plan 1.4%
16 Public Schools 1.4%
17 Special Needs 1.3%
18 CSE 1.2%
19 Classroom Management 1.2%
20 Kindergarten 1.0%
21 Community Outreach 0.9%
22 Pbis 0.9%
23 Consultation Services 0.8%
24 Data Collection 0.8%
25 In-Service 0.7%
26 Adhd 0.7%
27 Initial Evaluations 0.7%
28 Anger Management 0.7%
29 Evaluation Reports 0.7%
30 Assessment Results 0.6%
31 Staff Members 0.6%
32 Social Groups 0.6%
33 Small Group 0.6%
34 Test Cases 0.6%
35 Cpse 0.5%
36 Evaluation Results 0.5%
37 K-8 0.5%
38 Developmental Disabilities 0.5%
39 Special Education Meetings 0.5%
40 Eligibility Meetings 0.5%
41 Academic Performance 0.4%
42 K-12 0.4%
43 Counsel 0.4%
44 Special Education Services 0.4%
45 Educational Programs 0.4%
46 Community Resources 0.4%
47 Assessment Data 0.4%
48 Social Workers 0.4%
49 Emotional Support 0.4%
50 Wisc-IV 0.4%
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