Peabody School Psychologist
This year is my 9th working at Peabody as the school psychologist (if you've heard of Mrs. E, that would be me!) In this position I wear several hats, providing social/affective services for and assessing children identified with special needs, but also consulting with staff and parents about general concerns regarding behavior and learning. My educational and professional history reflects my varied interests. My undergraduate degree from Dartmouth College was in earth and environmental sciences, and I have Masters degrees in Geology (University of Kansas) and Educational Psychology (University of Colorado-Denver). My first career was as a geologist in the wild and woolly oil patch, but I've been working in schools since 1988. My husband and I have three daughters: two who are embarking on their own careers (one in ecological engineering and the other becoming a nurse practitioner), and our youngest, who is a sophomore at Littleton HS. We also have a sweet and silly dog who likes to go everywhere with us. When not at work, my time overflows with instrumental and choral music, gardening, biking, writing and family activities. Needless to say, boredom is not in my vocabulary!!
I'm at Peabody on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays and am shared with Sandburg Elementary for the remainder of the week. Feel free to call or e-mail at the contacts below:
voice mail: 303/734-5694