Training Model

Dr. Scherr giving a presentation in Greece

The School Psychology Program at the University of Wisconsin - Whitewater has a distinguished history and current dedication to the professional preparation of school psychologists. The program conforms to the scientist-practitioner training model, with a strong emphasis placed on the maintenance of scientific rigor in the applied setting. Students are trained to see themselves as applying both the principles of empirical science and the skills of clinical sensitivity and insight to the problem-solving process in the school setting. While the training essentially represents a "delivery of service" model, students are provided with the curricular background to produce as well as effectively consume research in the field.


Pictures from the National Association of
School Psychologists Annual Convention 2008, New Orleans, LA

Dr. Neddenricp and Laura Hart

Pictures from the National Association of
School Psychologists Annual Convention 2009, Boston

Grad Students Presenters with Dr. Daly and Dr. Neddenriep

Grad Students Presenters

Dr. Scherr and Laura Hart and Dr. Neddenriep

Dr. Larson and Laura Hart

Pictures from the National Association of
School Psychologists Annual Convention 2010, Chicago

NASP 2010

NASP 2010

NASP 2010

Pictures from the National Association of
School Psychologists Annual Convention 2011, San Francisco


NASP 2010

NASP 2010

Picture from the International Association of
School Psychologists Annual Convention 2012, Montreal, Canada


NASP 2010

Picture from the National Association of
School Psychologists Annual Convention 2012, Philadelphia, PA


NASP 2010

Picture from the National Association of
School Psychologists Annual Convention 2013, Seattle, WA


NASP 2010