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PSI was founded in 1977 by a group of school psychologists in the School Psychology Program at Kent State University who were committed to a philosophy of prevention in meeting regular educational, special educational and health needs for children. For more than three decades PSI has been committed to meeting the health & educational needs of children in Ohio’s schools.

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PSI is dedicated to providing high-quality services in a cost efficient manner to help students improve their grades, attitudes, health and behavior. Our professional staff provides innovative resources within the fields of education, psychology, speech/ language pathology, school health, prevention, and tutoring. We are committed to developing and implementing a customized service and support system to fit your educational and health service needs.

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Miss the PSI webinar on Helping Students with ADHD?

Posted on Feb 4, 2016 | 0 comments

No Problem!

You can access the webinar on Helping Students with ADHD: Essential for Brain Coaching on our website.

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Stephanie Carlson’s Biggest Loser Challenge!

Posted on Feb 4, 2016 | 0 comments

PSI’s Registered Nurse Stephanie Carlson has started her annual biggest loser contest between several Horizon/Concept Schools: Denison Elementary Cleveland, Denison Middle Cleveland and Noble Academy Euclid. Who will be the biggest Loser?

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Helping Children Cope with Terrorism

Posted on Dec 4, 2015 | 0 comments

All of us at PSI have been distressed and saddened by the on-going national and world events involving terrorism and other mass killings. Our partner schools often come to us for advice on properly communicating with students about these tragic events.

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PSI hosted a free webinar on “Mindfulness in the School Setting”

Posted on Nov 25, 2015 | 0 comments

Our own Karen Heichel, MA presented a free webinar entitled “Practicing Mindfulness in your School”. This is a new and very exciting topic.

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