School Psychologist Essay

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  • Looking For A School Psychologist

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    When looking for a school psychologist to interview, I decided to look for a school psychologist who had experience in health settings. I interviewed Dr. Lisa Ahern who earned her Ph.D. in School Psychology from N.C. State. She completed her post-doctoral program at Duke University and continued to work there for about a year. After she and her husband decided to move closer to family in the northeast, Dr. Ahern accepted a position at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) where she worked with

  • School Psychologist In School

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    The role of a School Psychologist is vital to our education system. A School Psychologist has the privilege of working closely with teachers, paraprofessionals, parents, and most importantly, children in order to ensure their educational needs are being fully met. While some schools might primarily focus on academics, development on the whole child is so much more than that. I find the role of a school psychologist one that advocates for the success of a child, including their social and emotional

  • My Dream Career As A School Psychologist

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    interested in pursuing is a school psychologist. I decided my junior year in college that I wanted to be a school psychologist. A school psychologist is someone who helps students to learn and helps teachers to have the ability to teach students. The main goal of this job is to help children succeed academically and emotionally. They work with parents, teachers, school administrators, and students in order to make the students successful. In order to be a school psychologist there is a certain amount

  • Evaluation Of A School Psychologist With The Simi Valley Unified School District

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    I interviewed Dr. Linda Vandaveer, a school psychologist with the Simi Valley Unified School District, on February 4, 2016. I saw her at Katherine Elementary School, and she also works with two other schools in the district. I found the interview enjoyable and interesting. At Katherine Elementary School Dr. Vandaveer has her own portable where she can test students. Her desk is in one corner and there was a kidney-shaped table with a few chairs close by. Other than a couple filing cabinets the

  • The Role Of A School Psychologist Through The Eyes Of. Essay

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    The role of a School Psychologist through the eyes of Mrs. Amos and Mrs. Shepard While completing my undergraduate courses I was looking into different career paths to continue my education. Educational psychology, developmental psychology, marriage and family therapy were some options, but they did not work for me. Mrs. Amos was the first school psychologist, I met in Maryland, other than my professors. After conversing with Mrs. Amos, I was able to analyze the theory that most of my mentors, teachers

  • The Role Of A School Psychologist Through The Eyes Of. Essay

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    The Role of a School Psychologist through the eyes of Mrs. Amos and Mrs. Shepard While completing my undergraduate courses I was looking into different career paths to continue my education. Educational psychology, marriage and family therapy, and developmental psychology, were some options, but they did not work for me. Mrs. Amos was the first school psychologist, I met in Maryland, other than BSU faculty. After conversing with Mrs. Amos, I was able to analyze the theory that most of my mentors

  • The Role Of A School Psychologist

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    Throughout the years, schools have had to take on much more responsibility than just making sure that students are learning the material. Schools are now facing new challenges such as violence in schools, children that may be mentally or emotionally challenged, and basically being a caretaker for hundreds of kids, 365 days out of the year. With the new challenges, comes more responsibility and accountability which means adjusting accordingly. This is where the job of a school psychologist is of upmost importance

  • The Interview With A School Psychologist

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    Following the interview conducted with a school psychologist, I was able to obtain a sense of Mrs. Montgomery’s basis for her practice, including her target clients, assumptions and values, goals and various roles of consultation, counseling, intervention and program evaluation (Sandoval, 1986). Mrs. Montgomery may be characterized as a school psychologist who places particular emphasis on the need to improve the student and systems’ capability. Examining the information obtained in the interview

  • Function of a School Psychologist

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    In determining what should be the function of a school psychologist, the standards set by the governing professional organization should be considered. The National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) is that organization. Leaders of NASP have a unique view of where the field has been based on its history, and where it is currently. Perhaps most importantly, they have a view of where the field should change for the future based on the results of research. Tilley suggests that “special

  • Unethical Relationship And Dual Roles : Solo Private Practice

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    by Samuelu Vaina Research and Evaluation Dr. Pitselos Argosy University Abstract The purpose of this study was to examine and understand the types of activities viewed as either ethical or unethical by psychologists practicing in different settings and orientation. Psychologists from the district of Hilo, Hawaii completed questionnaire and survey concerning the behaviors and acts that lead practitioners to engage in dual roles with client. Measures included demographic questionnaire and

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