School psychologists do more than support the mental and emotional health of students. They also work with teachers and administrators, and provide unique insights on building strong educational systems that benefit children. Join us for an interactive panel discussion and Q&A about the multi-dimensional roles a school psychologist can play. You’ll also learn how your professional experience coupled with a credential and degree in school psychology opens the doors to many career opportunities, from early education, to administration, to private practice. Reserve your spot today!
About the presenters:
Aimee Garcia Fuentes, MS, BCBA is a school psychologist with Los Angeles Unified School District since 2015. She has been on the Board for the Los Angeles Association of School Psychologist (LAASP) since 2015 and is currently CASP Region IV representative.
Mike Giambona, PhD has been a credentialed school psychologist for almost twenty years. He has created and supervised Educationally Related Mental Health Programs (ERMHS), ERMHS assessment teams, and ERMHS providers.
Christopher C. Jones, CAGS is a Licensed Educational Psychologist (LEP #2819) and Nationally Certified School Psychologist (NCSP). Chris was appointed to the Board of Behavioral Sciences by Governor Gavin Newsom as the LEP Member in 2020 and currently serves as the Vice Chair. Chris is also the President-Elect of CASP.
Stephanie Murray is a licensed educational psychologist working at the Whittier Union High School District for almost 30 years. She currently serves as the psychologist lead for this district as well as a co-chair for the following organizations: Los Angeles Child and Adolescent Suicide Review Team, LASPN youth workgroup, and Mental Wellness Committee for the California Association of School Psychologists.
Cassie Rivera has been a school psychologist in Kern County for 9 years, serving a 3-year term as President of the Kern Association of School Psychologists from 2018-2020 then was elected Region III Representative for the California Association of School Psychologists (CASP) in 2021.
Jeannine Topalian, PsyD, PPS SP, LEP #3365 is the Immediate Past President of the California Association of School Psychologists (CASP), serves as a Specialist in Psychological Services in the Los Angeles Unified School District, and as a commissioner for the California Department of Education’s Advisory Commission on Special Education (ACSE).