School Psychology at SWWC

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SWWC's School Psychologists & Examiners

    • Dan Bultsma: ACGC, Ortonville, Red Rock Central and SWWC ELC - Cosmos
    • Kayla DeJong: Jackson County Central
    • Catherine Goetstouwers: Milroy, Red Rock Central and WWG
    • Patrick Gunter: MACCRAY
    • Deb Hanson: NLS
    • Kathryn Herman: Willmar
    • Jackie Hickey: Benson
    • Jacqueline Itterman: Willmar
    • Anne Jensen: Adrian, HLO, Lake Benton and MCC
    • J Jurgens: Tracy, Wabasso and WWG
    • Hilary Konstant: Ellsworth, HBC, RLB and Worthington
    • Sarah Koster: Willmar and Cedar Mountain
    • Jason Kratochvil: Canby, Ivanhoe, Minneota and SWWC ELC - Windom
    • Abbie Lickteig: Pipestone
    • Marissa McCloud: Marshall
    • Nicole Redmann: Montevideo
    • Alyssa Slusser: Edgerton, Fulda and MCC
    • Daidre Vaala-Logeais: BLHS, EVW, Lester Prairie and Prinsburg
    • Ty Westlie: BBE
    • Colin Wilson: Comfrey, Mountain Lake, Springfield and SWWC ELC - Windom
    • Greg Zost: ACGC, BOLD and KMS

School Psychologists

  • School Psychologists are professionals trained to work with preschoolers, children, and adolescents, and their teachers and families. They work with all school personnel to help make education for students a positive and rewarding experience. The training requirements to become a school psychologist are a minimum of 60 graduate semester hours plus a year-long internship. Training emphasizes preparation in mental health, child development, learning and motivation. To work as a school psychologist, one must be certified and/or licensed by the state in which services are provided. School psychologists also may be nationally certified by the National School Psychology Certification Board (NSPCB).