International Association of Holistic Psychology (IAHP)
School Psychology India  

Promoting School Mental Health Since 2006

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An association for Psychologists working at Schools and Colleges
Our Affiliates and Associates from around the world
 
School Psychology, India - Affiliates and Associates from around the world

Philip B. Bowser, NCSP (Ret.)

Phil earned Master’s and Educational Specialist credentials from Western Carolina University. He worked as a School Psychologist for a multi-county, mostly rural, Area Education Agency in Iowa, with a special assignment providing services to students with Severe and Profound intellectual disabilities. At that time he was an independent Consultant to a company developing an electronic communication system embedded in wheelchair trays. He then worked in a small (7,000 students) school district in Southern Oregon. Although the district used a Central Office Evaluation Center model, he helped to increase the range of services provided by School Psychologists and advocated for SP offices in local school buildings. Early on he was a school district trainer for the Crisis Prevention International curriculum, and then later was certified in the NASP PREPaRE crisis preparation and response model. He coordinated several projects promoting positive youth development based on the Search Institute’s “Developmental Assets” model.

Believing that it is important for School Psychologists to work for the improvement of their profession, he was elected or appointed to several offices in both his State and National Associations. He participated in the Spring Hill and the Olympia Symposia on the Future of School Psychology, wrote the chapter on Professional Ethics in Best Practices III, and also wrote and provided photographs for the newsletter, the Communiqué. Under his editorship, the Oregon School Psychologists Association had one of the first school psychology websites.

His interest in international education began with a University of Utah class that surveyed the implementation of special education in Europe. He chaperoned a group of middle school students to attend classes in Shobu, Japan. With Facebook making it easy to connect with School Psychologists around the world, he now follows the developments in India. Before and after retirement, Phil taught classes as adjunct faculty for the University of Oregon, Pacific University, and the School Psychology Program of the Lewis and Clark Graduate School of Counseling and Education.
 

Georgia Kiziridou

Georgia Kiziridou, a freelance school psychologist from Greece, runs a multidisciplinary centre for Speech disorders and Learning Disabilities, creates psycho - educational tools for students with emotional and behavioral problems. Creator of the game "Let's play with the emotions".  Currently working as a lecturer at the Mediterannean College of Thessaloniki. In collaboration with University of Thessaly, started work as school psychologist.
 

Tahira Bano

Clinical Psychologist at Aman Foundation, Case Manager at Karwan-e-Hayat and Educational counsellor at Pakistan Community Service Association. Tahira has done her M phil in Clinical Psychology from IPP Bahria University Karachi, currently practicing in PNS Shifa Naval Hospital and teaching Naval Nursing and RMO’S (Doctors).  She practiced in Jinnah Post graduate Medical Centre for almost two years, she also have experience of assessment and therapy in different renowned hospitals like Karachi Psychiatry and Karwan_e_ Hayat. She also takes part in debates/talk shows of leading media firms such as Geo, CNBC ,Sama TV, Tv One channel, Metro, FM channels, The News, and other media firms as a Psychologist on psychological and social issues.
 

Moshe Landsman Ph.d

Ph.D. in Personality Psychology from Bar Ilan University, 1996
I am interested in developing psychology in underdeveloped countries. I have spent ten years establishing psychology as a profession in Kosovo and am now field coordinator for establishing a clinical psychology program in Adis Ababa University in Ethiopia. At "home" (Israel), I have been active in establishing school psychology in Bedouin towns in southern Israel, as well as dealing with the role of psychologists in matters of social justice

Ben Gurion 1015/2
80552 Yerucham
Israel

 

Rebecca K. Frels Ph.D., LPC-S

Rebecca K. Frels is Assistant Professor in the Department of Counseling and Special Populations at Lamar University, Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor (LPC-S), Certified School Counselor, and Play Therapist in the state of Texas. Research areas include youth-based mentoring, at-risk student success, creativity in counseling, supervision, multicultural counseling, and literature reviews for best practices in counseling and research.
Dr. Frels travels yearly to multiple countries in Africa to teach research refresher courses for The Organization for Social Science Research in Eastern and Southern Africa (OSSREA). Other international teaching experience includes courses in play therapy at the Universidad de UNIBE, San Jose, Costa Rica and collaboration with the Universidad Ibero Americana in Puebla, Mexico

 

H. Russell Searight, Ph.D., MPH

Professor of Psychology
Ph.D. - August, 1984, Saint Louis University, St. Louis, Missouri
Major: Clinical Psychology (A.P.A. fully approved program)

Lake Superior State University
650 W. Easterday Avenue
Sault Sainte Marie, MI  49783

 

Thomas Oakland PhD, ABPP, ABNP

Emeritus Professor
University of Florida
Thomas Oakland PhD, ABPP, ABPN is professor emeritus at University of Florida. He has worked in more than 50 countries, including as a Fulbright Scholar at the University of Brasilia. He is professor emeritus at the Universidad Lusíada do Porto, Portugal. He also holds honorary professorships in departments of psychology at the University of Hong Kong, Iberioamerican University in San Jose (Costa Rica), Universidad Científica del Sur (Peru), and the Universidad Nacional Frderico Villarreal (Peru). He served as visiting professor of psychology at the University of Macau and Beijing Normal University-Zhuhai. He was a professor in The University of Texas' Department of Educational Psychology for 27 years. Dr. Oakland served on approximately 120 doctoral dissertation committees and chaired 35.

Dr. Oakland has coauthored or co-edited 15 books, approximately 100 chapters and 200 articles, served as editor of the Journal of School Psychology and as Associate Editor of School Psychology Internationally, and serves or served on the editorial boards of an additional 70 professional journals. He authored or co-authored 10 standardized tests, assisted in the adaptation of six tests, and was a member of the test development teams for 11 tests. He was a member of the task forces that wrote the American Psychological Association's 1999 Standards for Educational and Psychological Testing and its 2002 Ethical Principles of Psychologists and Code of Conduct.

He has served as presidents of the International School Psychology Association, International Test Commission, International Association of Applied Psychology's Division of Assessment and Evaluation, International Foundation of Children's Education, and American Psychological Association's Division of School Psychology.

 

Stephen E. Brock, Ph.D., NCSP, LEP

PROFESSOR AND SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGY PROGRAM COORDINATOR. California State University, Sacramento, Department of Special Education, Rehabilitation School Psychology, and Deaf Studies, 6000 J Street, Sacramento, CA 95819-6079. Teaching assignments include graduate psychology training courses. Coordinate the school psychology program

 

Dr. Melissa Reeves
Ph.D., School Psychology, University of Denver
Reeves is a co-author of the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) PREPaRE School Crisis Prevention and Intervention curriculum, the first nationally disseminated school crisis prevention and intervention curriculum developed by school-based professionals for school-based professionals. She also was a founding member of the Colorado Society of School Psychologists State-Wide Crisis Response Team, which trained school districts across Colorado in crisis response

 

Elizabeth Kelley Rhoades
Elizabeth Rhoades is the School Psychology Program Coordinator for the Counseling and School Psychology Department at Southern Connecticut State University

Specialized in
Assessment of Traumatic Brain Injury
Preschool/Early Childhood Assessment
Classroom Observation Methods
Behavior Modification
Functional Behavior Analysis
Positive Behavior Support
Risk & Resiliency
Consultee-Centered Case Consultation
Assessment & Accommodations for University Students with Disabilities
The Neurobiology of Trauma in Children
Adolescent Substance Abuse and Psychopharmacology

 

Barbara K. Searight, Ph.D.
Doctor of Philosophy St. Louis University
Masters in Education, Marriage and Family Counseling from St. Louis University

Secured certification approval from Michigan Department of Education (MDE) for Learning Disability. Developed renewal applications for Social Studies and Elementary certifications through MDE. Established review testing system to promote passing of Michigan Teacher Training Certification
(MTTC) test. Assessed and developed plan for Early Childhood Developmental Training program to address enrollment and curriculum.

 

Ronald G. Shapiro, PhD

PhD from Ohio State University in Experimental Psychology. Fellow in the American Psychological Association (APA), the Eastern Psychological Association (EPA), and the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society (HFES) and as a Sequoyah Fellow in the American Indian Scientific and Engineering Society (AISES). Certified Human Factors Professional (CHFP; #18) by the Board of Certification in Professional Ergonomics (BCPE). Lives in Providence, Rhode Island

 

Margarita M. Cossuto

PhD is a Senior Research Manager and Analyst at Ipsos-ASI.  At Ipsos, she provides analytic support for client projects and advises on study design and interpretation of results to help evaluate advertising.  Margarita received her PhD and MA in Applied Developmental Psychology from Fordham University. She is an experienced researcher in developmental psychology with an extensive background in lifespan development, cognitive and developmental assessments with children, and interventions.  Her other experiences include working as a Research Associate at Lighthouse International on developing and implementing evaluation studies, and designing an Intergenerational program for a day care center and nursing home.

 
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* Beginners Guide - Starting to work with Schools
 
* School Psychology Practitioner Check List
 
* Code of Ethics, Professional Standards & Practice Guidelines
 
* School Mental Health Practitioner Course
 
* Health and Wellness Teacher Certification
 
* Play Therapy Certification Course
 
* Learning Disability Assessment & Intervention– Certification Course
 
* School Counseling Practitioner Course
 
Get trained in Mental Health First Aid
 
Practitioners, Parents, Educators and Students - Resources
 
Universities providing Doctorate in School Psychology
 
Worldwide Associations for School Psychology
 
National Association of School Psychologists
 
* School Psychology Workshop Videos
 
 
 
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