School Psychology Program (PsyD)
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Amanda Tripp Hayes, email@example.com
Amanda is a 3rd year student in MSPP's School Psychology PsyD program. Amanda has been interested in working with children with developmental delays and learning difficulties since graduating from Middlebury College and then working with children with Autism at the New England Center for Children prior to beginning graduate school. She also received her MA/CAGS in School Psychology at MSPP in 2009 and then worked in the Weymouth Public Schools as an elementary school psychologist for two years. She is passionate about psychoeducational assessment as well as behavioral and mental health prevention and intervention methods.
Lisa Leboeuf, firstname.lastname@example.org
Lisa is a second year student in the School Psychology Doctoral Program and a second year practicing school psychologist. Lisa has interest in prevention and intervention that strives to improve social and emotional well being in schools. She has presented at the National Association of School Psychologists for three years in a row, and continues to be involved in research related to peer acceptance of children with disabilities. Previous research includes teacher response to teen dating violence, evaluating PBIS implementation and developing curriculum for motor development in preschool aged children.
Following the completion of her MA/CAGS program, Lisa's desire to become a great school psychologist had grown into a desire to be an influential leader in the field. Lisa decided that MSPP's PsyD Program would prepare her for this, providing the opportunity to be immersed with the practicing scholars at MSPP who are studying and contributing to the most current research available.
Maureen Shea, email@example.com
Maureen is a 3rd year student in the school psychology PsyD program. While currently a Connecticut resident, her school psychology training took place in Massachusetts at Springfield College, American International College, and Westfield State College along with advanced training at Indiana University of Pennsylvania. She has several years of experience as a school psychologist in Massachusetts and Connecticut working at all grade levels, in school systems from rural to suburban to big city. She is a member of several professional organizations and volunteers on community and state mental health committees. Her interests include neuropsychology, job satisfaction, meaningful assessment, educator job stress, brain-based learning, and helping students become all that they can be.