Isabelle Mulder is a School Psychologist, who holds a B.A degree in psychology from University College Roosevelt in the Netherlands and two graduate degrees (M.e.d./E.d.S.) in School Psychology from Loyola University Chicago.
In Chicago Isabelle worked in a public High School in Northbrook, Illinois. During this time Isabelle conducted psychoeducational assessments, joined problem solving teams, provided counseling for students, consulted with teachers and presented about mental health to parent groups. Isabelle has experience working with students who have difficulties with: anxiety, depression, learning difficulties, intellectual disabilities, autism and social skills.
Growing up, Isabelle attended 6 International schools while living abroad and has lived in: Indonesia, Romania, Saudi-Arabia, Colombia, the Netherlands and the United States. Isabelle has completed the full International Baccalaureate (IB) program and identifies as an Adult Third Culture Kid. Isabelle looks forward to working within the Third Culture Kid framework and promoting positive relationships between the home and school setting. Isabelle also works within evidence based frameworks and will use evidence-based strategies to further support international students and families.
Specializes in: Psychoeducational Assessments, Tele-assessments, Third Culture Kids and Counseling.
Speaks: English, Dutch and conversational Spanish.