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Professional Summary

Dedicated School Psychologist whom employs data-driven decision making to evaluate and determine academic and behavioral programs, procedures, and effectiveness. Highly knowledgeable in MTSS and Psychoeducational evaluations in order to facilitate student achievement.

  • MTSS Training and Support
  • AimswebPLUS Progress Monitoring
  • Intervention planning
  • Crisis intervention
  • Psychoeducational evaluations
  • Youth and adolescent development
University of Central Florida Orlando, FL, Expected in 05/2015 Education Specialist : School Psychology - GPA :

NASP Approved Program

  • Practicum in Hillsborough County
  • Internship in Polk County

GPA: 3.9

Florida State University Tallahassee, FL Expected in 08/2012 Bachelor of Science : Psychology - GPA :

Minor: Child Development

GPA: 3.50

Work History
Bremen High School District 228 - School Psychologist
Midlothian, IL, 08/2015 - Current
  • Assist in development of district wide Multi-Tiered System of Support manual.
  • Provide county-wide trainings relating to Multi-Tiered System of Support, Prevent-Teach-Reinforce Behavior Support, and data collection.
  • Provide district trainings to facilitate the use of aimwebPLUS at schools.
  • Attend and participate in Multi-Tiered System of Support meetings at schools.
  • Provide support to schools by developing academic and behavioral intervention plans for students based on data.
  • Consult with teachers and school staff while guiding them through intervention implementation and progress monitoring process.
  • Gather, analyze, and interpret data for schools.
  • Attend and participate in District Team Leadership and Tier 3 Redesign meetings.
  • Create district Risk Assessment/Intervention guide.
  • Provide counseling services to students at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School using the PREPaRE model.
  • Attend Safe & Successful Schools – Summer Regional Planning Meetings.
  • Assist in writing the Highlands County Mental Health Assistance allocation plan.
  • Attend parent meetings.
  • Conduct behavioral observations.
  • Administer and complete psychoeducational assessments and evaluations.
  • Analyze and interpret psychoeducational results.
  • Communicate results of evaluations to schools and parents in the form of a psychoeducational report.
  • Deliver all-inclusive psychological services to assigned schools.
  • Attend staff meetings/professional development.
  • Complete pre-k FDLRS evaluations and attend monthly meetings with FDLRS Child Find Specialists.
  • Collaborate with School Social Worker, Mental Health Therapist, and school administrators to complete risk assessments.
The Stepping Stones Group - School Psychologist Intern
Gonzales, CA, 08/2014 - 06/2015
  • Supervisor: Mark Neely.
  • Attend Crisis Team training and serve on the Polk County Crisis team.
  • Participate in Counseling and Assessment Review committee.
  • Attend and participate in Problem Solving Team meetings.
  • Plan and develop academic and behavioral tiered interventions.
  • Present Parent University trainings at Title I center.
  • Attend staffings for discussion of results with referred students, parents, teachers, other school personnel.
  • Select, administer, and score psychoeducational assessments and develop psychoeducational reports.
  • Consult with parents, school staff, and teachers in order to facilitate the learning of students.
  • Counsel at-risk middle school students.
  • Develop, implement, and monitor behavior intervention plans.
  • Conduct time-sampling, duration, frequency, and narrative observations.
  • Attend staff meetings/professional development.
  • Develop and implement Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports.
  • Provide comprehensive psychological services to students, staff, and teachers.
  • PREPaRE certified
Livius - Tutor
Newton, MA, 08/2014 - 05/2015
  • Collaborated with teachers, school administrators, Guardian Ad Litem to facilitate learning.
  • Help children complete homework, study for tests, and learn time management skills.
  • Teach children techniques and strategies to use in class and on tests.
Hillsborough County Public Schools, Jackson Elementary - School Psychology Practicum Student
City, STATE, 08/2014 - 05/2015
  • Mentored/Counseled at-risk elementary students.
  • Developed, implemented, and monitored functional behavior assessment with general education student.
  • Consulted with teachers and school staff.
  • Conducted time-sampling, duration, frequency, and narrative observations.
  • Attended parent conferences.
  • Attended Area meeting.
  • Observed administration of psychoeducational assessments.
  • Attended and took part in Response to Intervention team meetings.
  • Implemented small group intervention for students making questionable progress using FAIR data and used curriculum based measurement to assess progress.

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