After completing a Master of Science degree in clinical psychology in 2003, I spent the following eight years working with a forensic psychologist in New Mexico, living in Tokyo, Japan, and assessing gifted children in Colorado. My specialties are forensic evaluation, neuropsychological assessment, and intelligence testing. I went back to graduate school in 2011 to focus on school psychology specifically. I graduated from the Ed.S. program in June, 2014, and now work in a high school in the greater Chicago area.
I started this blog to explore topics related to schools and schooling, school psychology, and general psychology. Written for peers, colleagues, teachers, parents, and children, I hope you will find this blog to be an interesting and helpful resource.
Inquiries, suggestions, requests, and questions are encouraged. Please write me at schoolpsychscholar[at]gmail[dot]com.