California Educational Psychologist License Defense Attorneys
As a licensed educational psychologist, you make a real difference in children’s lives each and every day, addressing the needs of students needs in a variety of areas.
Working with students, parents, and teachers to promote academic, emotional, and behavioral success, your expertise as an educational psychologist offers comprehensive psychological evaluations and has you consulting with school personnel to monitor students’ learning and behavior. You provide counseling for individuals, groups, and organizations alike, working with both children and adults to improve the educational experience. As an example, when a trauma, such as the death of a student or students, is experienced, you are there to help the entire school deal with bereavement and loss issues.
Licensed educational psychologists can be found in public and private schools, hospitals and clinics, private practices and universities. And although you and others like you are generally not trained as teachers, you sometimes provide training to teachers regarding various learning challenges, giftedness and mental health topics, such as ADHD, Tourette’s Syndrome, autism, behavior management, etc. We also look to you to examine the effectiveness of academic programs, classroom agendas, and treatment interventions, assisting in their development.
California LEP License Defense Lawyers
A large component of your job as an educational psychologist’s duties deals with Special Education, where you play a vital role in students’ eligibility for “special ed” programs, assessing student disabilities that already exist or have become apparent. Administering a cognitive battery of exams to obtain a level of intellectual functioning and academic potential, you provide a snapshot of a student’s strengths and weaknesses at various stages of development. And when behavior patterns disrupt the learning process, you will also study a student’s emotional and behavioral functioning.
Your educational background and training in both clinical psychology and educational psychology offers you the opportunity to become licensed by the Board of Behavioral Sciences, but we know you may go on to earn a doctoral level degree as well, making that license even more valuable.
Because as an educational psychologist you literally hold a child’s academic and sometimes his or her emotional future in your hands, parents and caretakers who disagree with your opinion, diagnosis or program can sometimes take action against your license. If you are an LEP finding it difficult to obtain your license or have become the victim of an accusation, it’s important to engage the services of a competent license attorney. The experts at Rose Law know how to maneuver the bureaucracy involved in obtaining or defending your license. Give us a call at (800) 456-3767 to discuss your challenges.