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Social Emotional Wellness

Malinda Glasgow Ed. S., NCSP

Who Are School Psychologists?

School psychologists work with students, teachers, and families to help students succeed socially, academically, behaviorally, and emotionally. They may do this through providing counseling and instruction, identifying and addressing learning problems, teaching parenting skills and enhancing home school collaboration, designing academic and behavioral interventions, evaluating eligibility for special education, implementing school wide prevention programs, and collecting and analyzing data for effectiveness.
We have specialized training in both education and mental health and know how to identify and lower barriers to learning. These barriers can include developmental or learning disabilities, behavior difficulties, teaching styles, school or classroom climate, problems at home or with friends, substance or alcohol abuse, violence, and mental health problems such as anxiety or depression.
Basically, as the school psychologists, we work as part of an educational team to do everything we can to help all students succeed.

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