Jessica Claire
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
Home: (555) 432-1000 - Cell: - - -

A passionate School Psychologist ready to work with students in August of 2021. Practices school psychology through an ecological perspective and considers factors such as trauma, culture, and background when working with clients. Believes that students do not fail, schools do, and that any student can achieve when given a quality education. Skilled in working with students with a variety of needs. Dedicated to closing the achievement gap and promoting a safe and healthy school climate.

10/2020 to Current
School Psychology Practicum Student San Benito High School District San Benito County, CA,

Supervisor: Elliot Broch, School Psychologist

  • Implements interventions, including Positive Behavioral Supports (PBIS) and academic support, at the Tier 1, 2, and 3 levels to increase student performance, manage conflict, and promote school adjustment
  • Coordinates the development and implementation of students Individualized Education Plans (IEPs); presents important information in a clear and concise manner to teachers, parents, and students
  • Regularly expands knowledge by staying up to date on evidence-based practices and research developments
  • Utilizes formal assessment procedures with fidelity to evaluate the social, emotional, and academic needs of students (WJ-IV; WISC-V; SB-5; DAS-II; BASC-3; CONNERS; Vineland-3)
  • Works collectively with education professionals to support unique needs of students, including truancies, mental health services, community outreach, and crisis management
  • Resolved interpersonal conflicts through consultation by listening, finding common ground and building relationships
05/2017 to 03/2019
Behavioral Technician City Of Westerville Westerville, OH,
  • Provided 1:1 therapy to children and adolescents with ASD in the home, community, and school; Applied behavioral analysis skills to practice with clients.
  • Consulted with parents and teachers on client progress, including learning styles and behavior modification techniques; encouraged parent participation to increase intervention effects
  • Motivated clients to remain engaged with material through reinforcement strategies to increase successful results
  • De-escalated verbal and physical aggressions through behavioral interventions to promote safety; Monitored problem behaviors through data collection and created appropriate replacement behaviors that still served the function of original behavior
  • Collaborated with team members and parents on how to best support the client during weekly meetings and to check-in on progress
  • Taught self-help and daily life skills to clients between the ages of 3 and 12 years, such as toileting, teeth brushing, shoe-tying, conversational skills, safety, etc.
04/2017 to 04/2018
Research Assistant/PEERS Marquette University City, STATE,
  • Conducted research for Program for the Education and Enrichment of Relational Skills (PEERS) project, which analyzes how teenagers with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and their families are positively affected by social skills therapy.
  • Participated in the implementation of a social skills intervention for teens with ASD; Built rapport with clients to maximize intervention effects.
  • Collected and reviewed data on client progress throughout intervention to determine if changes to service delivery needed to be changed
  • Collaborated weekly with team members to review effectiveness of intervention and check-in with what has been working and what has not been
  • Supported research into ASD
05/2015 to 08/2016
Camp Counselor MCGAW YMCA City, STATE,
  • Planned daily activities for students ages 6+, including arts and crafts, physical activity, interactive games, and reflective projects aimed at increasing participation and learning opportunities
  • Presented as an energetic yet professional camp counselor able to engage students while also maintaining structure and safety in the classroom
  • Initiated a yoga club for students at camp to promote mindfulness practices and positive coping skills
  • Communicated effectively with parents to share any important information regarding their child
  • Reacted with competency and composure in emergency situations and demonstrative effective problem-solving skills; Trained and certified as a Mandated Reporter.
Expected in 05/2022
Educational Specialist (EdS): School Psychology
Expected in 08/2020
Master of Science: Educational Psychology
Expected in 05/2018
Associate of Science: Psychology, Writing Intensive English

GPA: 3.5 out of 4

  • Cum laude graduate
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  • Loss prevention
  • Cash register operations
  • Product promotions

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