What is exactly the role of a school psychologist ?
Is there someone which could tell me exactly what are the daily tasks of a school psychologist and share his experience ? Thank you
A school psychologist talks to children of the school if there is a believed issue. Sometimes he/she can believe there is a problem and calls the parents of the child to talk about it and see if it is an issue elsewhere. They need a master's degree for the position and specialize in school psychology. Any child can go and talk to them if they have a problem or a concern for something or someone, in their lives or someone else.
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