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We hope that this site will provide interesting and valuable resources for working with children at home and in educational enviroments. These resources are intended to be used for the professional development of school psychologists, educators and early interventionists as well as students in these fields.
Please click on the tabs above to find information on academic internventions, developmental disabilities and delays as well as a variety of professinal presentations developed from state and national conferences.
The Child, Family & School Pscyhology Program at The Morgridge College of Education
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The mission of the Child, Family, and School Psychology (CFSP) program is to provide students with the knowledge and skills relevant for collaboration with diverse families, students, educators, and professionals to meet the educational and mental health needs of all students and families within a rapidly changing global society based on a strong understanding of the interrelationship between environmental, neurobiological, and cultural influences on development.
To date, 100% of CFSP graduates have secured employment within a variety of settings in the field of educational and school psychology, including schools, medical settings, community, and government agencies.
For more information about the CFSP program, please call or email our Admissions Office at 303-871-2509 or 1-800-835-1607, firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Morgridge College of Education offers two degree tracks in the Child, Family, and School Psychology program:
1) The School Psychology track prepares students to earn a license in school psychology, meeting the National Association of School Psychologists' (NASP) Nationally Certified School Psychologist (NCSP) requirements, as well as a Colorado Department of Education license in school psychology.
2) The Child and Family Leadership degree track prepares students to contribute to policy, research, advocacy and teaching positions. This track does not lead to licensure.