Psychology Services - Resources for Parents
As school psychologist for Center School, I have many resources to share with parents. A part of my duties is to guide parents through the Special Education process. This process always begins with questions about whether a child is developmentally at age level. Asking questions about the children’s development is both the job of the school staff and of the parents. As parents, we are always watching our children to determine if their growth is proceeding at an appropriate rate. Our Center School teachers are your first resource if you have concerns about your child’s development. As parents we may have only a limited pool of children to use as models for developmental milestones. Our teachers have a broader perspective, both from their education and from their experience with the wide range of normally developing children. Both you and your child’s teacher can also use other Center School staff members as resources on child development. Please call me and let me help answer your questions or direct you to another staff member who can help.
In my job as school psychologist I also run small groups for children. I run social skills groups as well as groups for children who have experienced major family changes. These groups are available to all Center School children, with parental consent. I am also available to parents of Center School students for counseling about their children's behavior. An important aspect of my job is also to direct parents toward outside agencies and therapists for issues which reach beyond the school day.
Please contact me at (203) 740-3293 or at my email with any questions.
Meyer Glaser, Psy.D., School Psychologist