Psychological Services

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A school psychologist has several school assignments within the district. The primary roles of the psychologist are to:

  • Assist the school in providing appropriate classroom academic and behavioral interventions
  • Participate in the Problem Solving Team process
  • Administer psychoeducational assessments
  • Provide support services to identified students

Other services provided by the school psychologists are:

  • Intervention design and implementation
  • Consultation with parents, school staff and other professionals
  • Classroom observations
  • Evaluation research and design
  • Instructional and behavioral coaching

Meet Our School Psychologists

Dr. Michelle Gillard
Program Specialist for Psychological Services
Student Services Department
1201 Mississippi Avenue
Fort Pierce, Florida 34950
Anna.Gillard@stlucieschools.org

Voice: (772) 429-3694
Fax: (772) 468-5712

School Psychology in St. Lucie County is a dynamic profession!

Psychological Services is comprised of nineteen School Psychologists and a Program Specialist for Psychological Services, many of whom are members of our state and national organizations representing the profession (www.fasp.org and www.nasponline.org).

Our school psychologists are active in attending and providing professional development opportunities available through these professional associations.

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