School Psychologists Meeting
Time: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
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Presenters: Pushpa Winbush; Lisa Hayes; McKenzie Sopoci
School psychologists from Riverside Brookfield High School (RBHS) will discuss their different roles, school initiatives, challenges, and successes. This session will provide an opportunity to learn from other school psychologists in the field while earning 1 hour of NASP PD credit.
Among other topics, the RBHS psychologists will share their experience with SEL screening and multi-tiered interventions.
Selected Relevant NASP Domains:
Domain 4: Mental and Behavioral Health Services and Interventions
School psychologists recognize risk and protective factors and use data and assessment to
facilitate the design and delivery of curricula and interventions to help students develop
effective social–emotional skills, such as self-regulation, self-monitoring, self-advocacy,
planning/organization, empathy, positive coping strategies, interpersonal skills, and healthy
Domain 6: Services to Promote Safe and Supportive Schools
School psychologists contribute to safe and supportive school environments by recognizing and
addressing risk and protective factors that are vital to understanding and addressing systemic
problems such as school failure, student disengagement, chronic absenteeism, school dropout,
bullying, substance abuse, youth suicide and self-harm, and school violence. They take steps to
promote prevention strategies and the development of protective factors that build resiliency.