School Psychology Jobs
Advanced Care Therapy Group offers school psychology jobs in school districts throughout the state of California. Our focus is within our California community and you. Over the past 15 years we have developed great relationships and provided exceptional services to thousands students.
School Psychologists provide services to schools by working with students, school staff, and parents/guardians to offer services to help children and youth succeed academically, socially, behaviorally and emotionally. School psychologists collaborate with educators and parents to create safe, healthy and supportive learning environments for all students
School Psychologist Responsibilities
School psychologists provide a variety of services to student and families, as well as support to the staff at the schools. These include, but are not limited to:
- Confer with teacher, school staff and parents regarding strategies for the solution or amelioration of group or individual student learning or adjustment problems and participate in prevention and intervention approaches for individual students
- Conduct psycho-educational assessments and develop case studies of individual students to determine educational needs, learning characteristics, social-emotional needs and behavioral needs relevant to educational placement, instructional planning and services
- Interpret evaluation results to parents and school staff, as appropriate
- Provide counseling to students individually or in groups
- Serve as a member of the Individualized Education Program (IEP) team
- Collaborate with community agencies to provide services required by students and families
- Provide parent counseling and training, as appropriate
- Provide crisis intervention and counseling
To apply for school psychology Jobs, you must ensure you meet the minimum requirements. Please review below. We look forward to working with you and matching your job needs with available job positions.
California’s school psychology candidates apply to the Commission on Teacher Credentialing. A Pupil Personnel Services Credential in Psychology authorizes a professional to provide school psychology services at 12th grade level and below; the Commission notes that preschool is included (Services Credential Requirements).
The credential is dependent on earning a graduate degree and completing an internship or other supervised experience. Procedures may be slightly different depending on whether the qualifying education was completed in California or another jurisdiction.