Wednesday, March 16, 2016

#PHSfit Career of the Day: School Psychologist

School Psychologists have the primary responsibility of conducting assessments on students, as part of the teaming process to identify suspected learning disabilities and make recommendations for addressing those disabilities. They are experts in learning styles. School psychologists are also trained and well equipped to assess when students pose possible threats to themselves or others. In order to be a school psychologist, you will need to obtain a master's degree in school psychology or a doctorate in psychology, both of which come after a four-year bachelor's degree in either psychology or a related field like education.

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