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School Psychologist

Hi, I’m Cindy! I recently moved from California to Berlin with my three school-aged children (ages 11, 11, and 13). Prior to moving, I was a school psychologist in a large and diverse school district in Northern California for the last 17 years.

I have a life-long passion for helping children grow and develop into their best selves. Prior to becoming a school psychologist, I worked as an elementary school counselor for 6 years, and also as a social worker with pregnant and parenting teens. I hold a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of California, Santa Barbara, and a Masters of Social Work degree from California State University, Sacramento (CSUS). Ten years later I returned to CSUS to complete the Master of Counseling program, in order to become a School Psychologist. I hold two credentials in California to provide social work and school psychologist services in public schools, and I am a Nationally Certified School Psychologist in the U.S.A.

During the last 17 years, I have provided psychoeducational assessments to 1000+ students! In doing so, I have gained extensive knowledge and experience in identifying the causes of student difficulties, and in developing effective interventions to support them at home and school. I specialize in working with students who may be impacted by: learning disabilities, behavioral challenges, autism spectrum disorder, ADHD, intellectual disabilities, and emotional issues. I also have a lot of experience (personal and professional), working with children who have difficulty processing sensory information the same way as most people.

I am from the US and I speak fluent English, and A2 level German and Spanish. In my free time, I enjoy spending time with my children, reading, traveling and gaining new experiences.


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What Clients Say

The educational psychologist gave our child a better self understanding and awareness of her strengths and challenges. They provided concrete methods and tools to improve and cope with difficulties and challenges in productive ways. Since the assessment our child has far exceeded our expectations for her progress, it has made a significant contribution to our family's well being.
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