This website is designed to answer questions you may have about mental health services available from your school psychologist. Learn about services and resources, training to become a school psychologist, find the name of the school psychologist serving your school, and answers to frequently asked questions.
Spotlight on Practice link below features how school psychologists work in partnership with school staff and parents to support student success. View the School Scene video to familiarize yourself with the depression screening program available at some high schools.
If you have any questions or comments regarding school psychology services we would be happy to hear from you. Please contact us by electronic mail or by telephone.
To positively impact the academic and social/emotional development of all students through the provision of mental health services that build resiliency, life competencies and good citizenship.
Psychologists provide a full range of prevention and intervention services that support the mental health and learning potential of all students.
Major Depression Resource Center
The Suicide Prevention Resource Center – “SPARK Talks: Suicide Prevention, Innovation, and Action”
Coalition to Support Grieving Students
Merrifield Center Opening in January 20115 – New location for many of CSB services formerly located at Woodburn Mental Health Center
"It's Real" Video on Mental Health with Quander Road Staff and Students
Interview: Kim Dockery, Chief Academic Officer, discussing FCPS Mental Health Resources
Mental Health Resources
Interview: Psychologist Ryan Dickerson and Social Worker Erica Bettwy on Resilience
This website contains links to one or more web pages that are outside the FCPS network. FCPS does not control the content or relevancy of these pages.
Dede Bailer, Ph.D., Coordinator
Elsie Scimecca, Program Manager
Donna Douglas, Senior Psychologist
Terry Aliabadi, Senior Psychologist
Chandra Holsey-Cookson, Ph.D.,
Screening for Depression
September 1, 2015