School Psychology

School psychologists offer critical support to Maine students

Rachel Brown

In the May 6, 2013 edition of the Portland Press Herald's Off-Campus Rachel Brown writes that school psychologists offer critical support to Maine students. These professionals respond to small and large crises and help youths stay on track to graduate.

Maine's school psychologists provide a safety net of services to meet the needs of students who are struggling in school. Through assessments, counseling and other interventions, school psychologists work to keep students in school so they can graduate. More . . .

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