Areas of service include:

Cognitive and socio-emotional assessments: 

The assessment often includes tests of cognitive ability, school achievement, adaptive behavior, and social-emotional adjustment. Such assessments also involve interviews with parents and teachers, observations and a review of school records. Each assessment is summarized in a written report.


This is an indirect method of providing services in which the psychologist makes recommendations about ways to improve learning experiences and the emotional wellbeing of young people while working closely with teachers and parents to help prevent problems arising.

In-service education:

Psychologists also devote their time to in-service education of divisional personnel or parents. This activity may be directed at many topics, including: executive function, attachment, reducing problems in child study, supporting teaching or parenting skills.

Executive Function Skills.pptx

Executive Function Skills

A list of games for K-12 students