Natalie Phillips, Ed.S., NCSP
Natalie is a School Psychologist/Educational Specialist (Ed.S.) and Nationally Certified School Psychologist (NCSP)
Natalie believes that authentic and individualized psychoeducational assessment allows clients and practitioners to discover the unique educational, socio-emotional, personality, neuropsychological, and behavioral strengths and challenges of the client.
This paves the way for both clients and practitioners alike to effectively plan and treat, to ensure success for the client across domestic, community, and educational settings.
Natalie’s specialty and areas of interest are:
Alternative Assessment for preschool-aged children and diverse learners
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder/Attention Deficit Disorder
Autism Spectrum Disorder
Applied Behavior Analysis/Behavior Modification
Behavioral and Emotional Disorders
Behavior Intervention Plans for the home and school
Executive Function Disorder
Functional Behavior Assessment
Individualized Education Plans/504 Plans
Specific Learning Disability
Transdisciplinary Play Based Assessment
Psychoeducational Assessment, which allows for evaluation of intellectual, academic, personality, behavior, socio-emotional, and neuropsychological function individuals ranging in age from three to twenty-one.
Natalie’s educational background Erikson Institute-Columbia College/ Bachelor of Arts, 2000-Early Childhood Education
The Chicago School of Professional Psychology/Educational Specialist-2010-Nationally Recognized School Psychologist/ Current Saint Xavier University Adjunct Faculty
Natalie enjoys reading, baking, playing with her children, and occasionally watching Netflix to keep up with the interests of her undergraduate and graduate students.