Tag Archives: School Psychology

  • School Staff are at “Surge Capacity:” Helping Clinicians to Fill Their Cups

    8 dimensions of wellness

    I believe school staff and clinicians are the heroes of the world. Nurturing, teaching, and supporting students throughout their educational journey is an amazing and noble endeavor. This work requires that we give and give all year, but we do this knowing that we can replenish during the summertime. However, in talking with many school… (read more)

  • A Fall of Coming Together (Apart) to Support Students and Each Other

    White cloud with satellites on blue background. Text reads: Coming Together (Apart) to support students and each other

    Long before Covid and CDL and travel restrictions, Hello was working to perfect the art of remote work. Many of our clinicians have a hybrid schedule that puts them onsite in schools once a month, but even THFers who work a more traditional onsite-everyday schedule are remote from their THF co-workers! As a result, we… (read more)

  • School Psychs: Who are They and What Can They Do?

    The Hello Foundation has always had a dedicated handful of school psychologists, but we have welcomed 20 school psychologists to our ranks this year! The role of a school psychologist varies from state to state and even from district to district, so we thought we’d kick off National School Psychology Week (NSPW) with a primer on… (read more)

  • SPAW 2019: How THF School Psychs Find Their Focus

    The theme for School Psychologist Awareness Week (SPAW) 2019 is “Find Your Focus,” so we asked our THF school psychs how they find (and keep!) their focus in their work. Here’s what they had to say: Laura As school psychologists, we can get caught up in the hustle and bustle of busy workdays, demanding deadlines,… (read more)

  • Crisis Response and the School Psychologist

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    It’s School Psychology Awareness Week! We’ve been taking this opportunity to recognize and celebrate all of the fantastic work that these unsung heroes of special education do. Today’s post, written before yesterday’s school shooting in California, was written by Autumn Schreiber, one of our stellar School Psychologists. Here, she shares some reflections on the recent mass… (read more)

  • Ask the School Psych – Problem Identification vs. Problem Solving

    Ask the school psych problem solving

    This post is the second in a series geared towards tackling some of the big issues school professionals have about supporting students for emotional wellness and success. You can read the first post here, or scroll down to read this edition’s big question . . .  An SLP writes: “I find that teams do not… (read more)