Fostering a spirit of collaboration.
Loyola's school psychology programs are committed to preparing future school psychologists through a close community of learners. Students in our program learn to collaborate with educators, parents, and community members in order to provide high-quality, effective academic, behavioral, and mental health supports to PK-12 students.
Consistent with the Loyola mission, our students learn to conduct research and engage in evidence-based practices through a social justice lens in order to create equitable school-based experiences for those who have been historically underserved and marginalized. It is through deep collaboration and a commitment to justice that we prepare school psychologists who help to bring about transformative educational experiences.