Assistant Professor in Residence
Assistant Professor in Residence, Special Education
Research Associate, Center for Behavioral Education and Research
Ph.D. Clinical and School Psychology, University of Virginia, 1996
M.Ed. Clinical and School Psychology, University of Virginia, 1992
B.A. History, Williams College, 1989
Areas of Expertise:
Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports
Data-Based Decision Making within Multi-tiered Systems of Support
Susannah received her Ph.D. in clinical and school psychology from the University of Virginia and completed her internship and postdoctoral fellowship at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center. After several years of clinical work with children and families in community mental health settings, she transitioned to work as a school psychologist in Oregon and then in Connecticut. Prior to joining CBER in March of 2010, she was the school psychologist for eight years at Ashford School and an adjunct professor for the school psychology program at UConn.
Susannah’s research associate position at CBER is dedicated primarily to supporting the implementation of Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports within schools, districts, and states throughout the Northeast PBIS Network. She provides training, evaluation, and technical assistance to schools with a specific focus on supporting data-based decision making and implementation fidelity across tiers of interventions. Susannah also works in close collaboration with state, regional, and national colleagues to coordinate professional development and technical assistance efforts. She continues to teach intervention courses within the school psychology graduate program and within the PBIS specialization in the special education program.
|Phone||860 680 5833|
|Mailing Address||Unit 3064|
|Office Location||Gentry 015A|