What Services Are Provided?

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School psychologists and school social workers work with parents, teachers and school personnel to:

Provide insight and understanding of individual student’s unique needs•Provide understanding of diverse learners and effective strategies  

Provide suggestions for helping your child academically, socially or emotionally at home

Improve the working relationships among parents, teachers and administrators 

Access available community resources to assist the student and family

Coordinate with private mental health providers when appropriate

School psychologists and school social workers are also instrumental to the success of the Collaborative Decision Making consultation model; serving as county-wide coaches or school team members.  


When appropriate, school psychologists are qualified to conduct individual student assessments in an effort to measure:

Cognitive ability including strengths and weaknesses   

Adaptive behavior including self -help and social skills

Emotional and behavioral development

Direct Intervention

School psychologist and school social workers work directly with individual students and or families to resolve problems. Depending on the situation and needs the following may be provided within the school setting to support students in accessing their education or meeting established educational goals.

Individual Counseling

Behavior Management

Crisis Intervention

Support groups with specific focus such as grief, social skills development, managing anger or community building

Members of county wide crisis team (activated when needed)


Provide training to staff to ensure safety and well -being of all students including suicide prevention trainings.

Training and support to staff to promote cultural proficiency and acceptance of all student groups

Participate in school wide initiatives to address bullying and promote use of Positive Behavior Intervention supports (PBIS).