Mental Health Services
Our mental health professionals work directly with students to address behavioral challenges in relation to sensory processing, communication, and self-regulation. Utilizing our brain-based model, long and short-term goals are developed and therapeutic interventions are implemented, increasing overall awareness, communication, and daily use of self-regulation strategies.
Therapeutic services are also available to siblings of our students in the form of a monthly sibling support group and individual therapy sessions, designed to meet their unique needs. Additionally, our school psychologist conducts psychoeducational evaluations which include assessments of: adaptive skills, cognitive functioning, academic achievement, emotional and behavioral development, and visual-motor functioning, among others.