Thank you for visiting the Burnaby School District Psychologists’ Blog
We hope this blog will be a helpful tool for parents and educators. This blog will be updated periodically. PLEASE NOTE: The resources on this blog are references for tools, strategies, and general information. If you require further assistance please contact the school learning support staff, school counselor, or school psychologist.
Who We Are
School psychologists use their knowledge and skills in the identification procedures and program planning for students with special needs including autism, other developmental disorders, learning disabilities, and behavioral disorders.
All school psychologists who work in schools must be members of BC Association of School Psychologists (https://bcasp.ca/) or members of the College of Psychologists of BC (https://collegeofpsychologists.bc.ca/)
What We Do in Schools
School psychologists support students by:
- Consulting with school-based teams, school and district staff, parents, and community-based agencies and professionals
- Conducting psychological assessments of students who show educational, behavioural, and social/emotional difficulties
- Interpreting assessment results to support district and school-based staff in programming for their students
- Providing in-service workshops for teachers, parents, and other professional
How We Collaborate
The best way to contact us is through email or through the child’s school. Here are our school assignments for the 2021-2022 school year.