School psychologists are here to help parents, educators, and the community understand and solve these and many other problems. By dealing with learning problems early on, school psychologists can help prevent further difficulties. They recognize that changes in school and home environments can improve the quality of life for children and family members. They can be trusted to deal in confidence with sensitive personal and family matters. School psychologists understand how schools work and how children learn; provide easily accessible, cost-effective mental health services to children; and promote positive mental health and a safe and effective learning environment. School psychologists use many different approaches and may play many different roles, but most provide these core services:
Research and Planning
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