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The school psychologist provides support to students with learning, social-emotional and behavioral challenges through individual and group counseling, problem solving, and assessments.
Strategies and techniques are discussed with the student and parents/guardians before collaboratively choosing methods that seem to fit best for a particular student.  The social-emotional well being of students and their academic success are the motivating priorities of the school psychologists office.  Parent involvement is highly cultivated and welcomed.
Students who are experiencing learning challenges should discuss them with their teachers first, then with their school counselors.  If students are struggling across many courses, then the school counselor may refer the student to the school psychologist for further support and interventions.