Megan Moyer, MS
Megan Moyer has over 10 years of experience as a school psychologist in the public school setting. She is a highly organized individual with extensive experience consulting with parents, teachers and other service providers to implement appropriate educational programming. Megan is skilled in assessing behavioral issues, as well as designing and implementing programs to help children remediate behavioral difficulties so they can access the general education curriculum in a meaningful way. Megan has participated as a member of Scientific Research Based Intervention (SRBI) teams, where she worked with school staff members to review data and assist in determining when students moved from Tier 3 support to special education eligibility evaluations.
Megan is well versed in the assessment of learning disabilities, social/emotional issues and intellectual disability. She has provided individual and group counseling to students with social and behavioral issues to help them learn strategies to become more successful in the classroom.
Helping parents understand the special education process and their rights is a passion of Megan's. As a member of the Planning and Placement Team (PPT), Megan has been responsible for coordinating PPT meetings and assuring compliance to state guidelines with respect to eligibility, timelines and special education law.
Providing mentoring and guidance to graduate students in assessment, counseling and intervention, Megan has been a supervisor to individuals training to become school psychologists. Megan graduated from St. Lawrence University and attended the Counseling and School Psychologist program at Southern Connecticut State University, where she received her Masters degree and 6th Year Professional Diploma.