School psychologists are professionals who help students, teachers, administrators, and parents of students overcome challenges pertaining to all aspects of educational development. The Ed.D. School Psychology program prepares graduates to enter the field ready to provide the coping skills and knowledge help people in a variety of difficult situations, including family disruptions, mental illnesses, and inadequate exposure to education. These challenges can arise as a result from illness, poor attendance, or something else related.
By covering a broad spectrum of circumstantial conditions as well as theory and base diagnoses, those who study in the Ed.D School Psychology program enter the workforce ready to enjoy and pursue a successful and rewarding career.
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Last updated February 23, 2017