Psychological Evaluations: Assess the cognitive and behavioral functioning of preschool and school-age children and hold conferences with parents to explain results and identify the educational and mental health needs of the child for students referred for special education services.
Behavioral Consultation: Conduct behavioral assessments on students who are having behavioral difficulties at school and work with teachers to develop behavior intervention plans.
Counseling: Provide group and individual counseling to special education students who require counseling as a related service and to general education students (on a limited basis).
Crisis Intervention: Respond to emergency situations that impact students and school staff and provide intervention and support.
Eligibility Team: Assist the eligibility team that decides whether a child qualifies for special education or Section 504 services.
Child Study Team: Participate in these meetings to assist schools in meeting the educational needs of general education students having difficulties.
Psycho-Education: Present programs, such as depression awareness, suicide prevention, disability awarness, and mental health resiliency relevant to students, teachers, administrators, and parents.