An Educational Psychologist

is a skilled professional who works with students in early childhood and elementary and secondary schools.They collaborate with teachers, parents and school personnel to create safe, healthy and supportive learning environments for all students.

School psychologists address students’ learning and behavioral problems, suggest improvements to classroom management strategies or parenting techniques and evaluate students with disabilities and gifted and talented students to help determine the best way to educate them.

All of our psychologists either hold a Master’s Degree plus 60 units and certification of a Ph.D. in education psychology.


Educational Psychologists at ASPS will:

  • Collaborate with teachers and parents
  • Address students’ learning and behavioral problems
  • Suggest improvement to classroom management
  • Provide strategies or parenting techniques
  • Evaluate students with disabilities
  • Evaluate students who are gifted/advanced
  • improve teaching, learning and socialization strategies
  • Evaluate the effectiveness of academic programs, prevention programs