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School Psychology is a field that applies principles of clinical psychology and educational psychology to the diagnosis and treatment of children's and adolescents' behavioral and learning problems. School psychologists are educated in psychology, child and adolescent development, child and adolescent psychopathology, education, family and parenting practices, learning theories, and personality theories. They are knowledgeable about effective instruction and effective schools. They are trained to carry out psychological and psychoeducational assessment, psychotherapy, and consultation, and in the ethical, legal and administrative codes of their profession.

The school psychologist can evaluate students, interpret results, and make recommendations regarding special education eligibility, programs, and services. The evaluation could include the use of psychological tests, curriculum based assessments and measurements, and other assessments that can assist in describing a student's cognitive ability, adaptive behavior, learning strengths and weaknesses, affective functioning, perceptual processing, and motor skills.

Name
Building Email Address
Contact Number
Eric Leaf Round & Farms ericleaf@hartlandschools.us (810) 626-2573
Jill Leutze  Preschool & Legacy  jillleutze@hartlandschools.us  (810) 626-2132
Toni Johnson  Lakes & Ore Creek  tonijohnson@hartlandschools.us  (810) 626-2533
Olena Mandeville
Village  
olenamandeville@hartlandschools.us (810) 626-2866
Jessica Steen Creekside, Farms, High School & Legacy jessicasteen@hartlandschools.us (810) 626-2383
Brian Totten High School briantotten@hartlandschools.us (810) 626-2611
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