Psychological Services

Psychologists are available to enhance the educational performance of students by addressing issues related to learning, emotional well-being, and social competence. This goal is accomplished through psychological evaluation for special education and/or intervention when appropriate, multidisciplinary team problem-solving in the RtI process through the Intervention Team, short-term counseling, collaboration with the mental health community, and consultation with school staff.

During the week of November 7-11, 2022, schools throughout the United States celebrated National School Psychology Week (NSPW) to highlight the important work school psychologists and other educators do to help all students thrive. This year's theme is "Together We Shine," which is derived from how we see hope after several challenging years. Many of us have faced difficulties created by the pandemic, economic stress, and challenges to mental and physical health.  Reconnecting with others and re-establishing the idea of being valued parts of a greater whole empowers students and adults to find purpose and possibility. 

See this  infographic  for more information.


School Psychologists


Meredith Wilkinson

Jouett Elementary School/

Louisa County High School

[email protected]
X7047

Cyndi Young

Moss-Nuckols Elementary School/

Louisa County High School

[email protected]
X7048

Kathryn Wash

Thomas Jefferson Elementary School

[email protected]
X7046

TBA

Trevilians Elementary School

 


X7038

Paula Parkhurst

Louisa County Middle School

 

[email protected]
x7045

Abigail Snyder (intern)

 

[email protected]
x7066


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