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School Psychology

What is a School Psychologist?

 

School Psychology Services

 

PRACTICES THAT PERMEATE ALL ASPECTS OF SERVICE DELIVERY




DIRECT AND INDIRECT SERVICES

FOR CHILDREN, FAMILIES, AND SCHOOLS

 

Student-Level Services

Systems-Level Services

Data-Based Decision Making
and Accountability

Interventions and
Instructional Support to
Develop Academic Skills

School-Wide Practices to
Promote Learning

Preventive and
Responsive Services

Consultation and Collaboration

Interventions and Mental
Health Services to Develop
Social and Life Skills

Family-School
Collaborative Service

FOUNDATIONS OF SERVICE DELIVERY

Diversity and Development
and Learning

Research and Program Evaluation

Legal, Ethical, and
Professional Practices

 

The school psychology program consultant at the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI) supports school psychologists, school districts, universities, state agencies, professional organizations, and parents. The school psychology consultant is a member of the Student Services/Prevention and Wellness Team, and collaborates closely with the Special Education Team and the Literacy and Mathematics Team at DPI. The school psychology consultant is a liaison to the Wisconsin School Psychologists Association, the seven Wisconsin universities with training programs in school psychology, the Wisconsin Council on Mental Health, as well as the Council’s Children and Youth Committee, offers technical assistance on school psychology issues, and provides statewide training consistent with the DPI philosophy that the delivery of services is offered as a collaboration.

For questions about this information, contact Elizabeth Cook (608) 266-1999