A school psychologist are the professionals who works within the educational system to help children with emotional, social, and academic issues. The goal of school psychology is to collaborate with parents, teachers, and students to promote a healthy learning environment that focuses on the needs of children. school psychologists assist students with the ability to achieve their full academic, social, behavioral and emotional potential.
We care for our School Psychologist
We know how much you put into your job, as being a Psychologist of children with special needs can be challenging while it can be physically and emotionally draining to help students with mental and physical disabilities it can also be extremely satisfying, it is rewarding to help and see them progress and succeed. At Shalom Staffing, we want to give you the benefits and rewards that you deserve, we strive to get to know you and your desires to successfully match you with the best available therapist job opportunity. Shalom Staffing has career opportunities across the country for School Psychologist.
School Psychologist Job Description
School psychologists work with elementary and secondary school students individually or in groups to help deal with various behavioral issues, learning difficulties, disabilities, emotional problems, and other concerns. In many cases, school psychologists will provide counseling, mentoring, and instructional services to help promote wellness by reinforcing strong communication, problem-solving, anger management, self-regulation, or social skills. For those who are facing learning disabilities, school psychologists will also help increase achievement by assessing their abilities and devising the best instructional strategies for optimal learning.
Beyond working directly with students, school psychologists are required to frequently collaborate with teachers, parents, administrators, and other professionals in the school building to strengthen connections between home and school for all students. School psychologists may be involved in evaluating eligibility for special education services, teaching parenting skills, making referrals to help coordinate community support, designing student progress monitoring systems, and implementing school-wide prevention programs. Often, school psychologists are also involved in promoting school policies that will ensure the safety of students by reducing school violence, harassment, and bullying.