Becky Pérez, PhD, NCSP

Becky Pérez, PhD, NCSP

School Psychologist

Dr. Perez has completed 7 years of direct service as a practicing school psychologist in elementary and middle school settings. She has previously served as a statewide PBIS Indiana consultant to train K-12 schools to design and implement culturally responsive behavioral response systems. She most recently completed 1200 hours of clinical postdoctoral hours at the Loyola Community and Family Services Clinic under the supervision of licensed psychologist Dr. Jennifer Rose. Dr. Perez has a range of skills and experience for direct services through evaluation, consultation, and counseling interventions. Dr. Perez continues to train and pursue improving her clnical skills and is actively studying to achieve her clinical licensure as a psychologist.

Education

Doctor of Philosophy, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana in  School Psychology with Minor in Education Policy, Completed December 2011

Education Specialist, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana in School Psychology, Completed December 2010

Masters of Education, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana in Educational Psychology, Completed December 2007

Bachelors of Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in Psychology, Completed May 2004

Certifications & Training

Nationally Certified School Psychologist through 2023

Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule-Second Edition Certification 2019

Bounce Back Program Certified for Elementary Based CBT Interventions

Life Space Crisis Intervention Certified

Completion of 1200 Supervised Clinical Hours at Loyola Community and Family Services 

Presentations

Perez, B. Grande, M., Magaña-Atilano, V. (2018, February). Exiting Special Education: What matters most in making dismissal decisions. Presented at the National Association of School Psychologists Convention at Chicago, Illinois.

Pérez, B. (2016, April). Middle School Mental Health 101. Presented at D41 Parent Camp Conference, Glen Ellyn, Illinois.

Shure, L.; Pérez, B., Skiba, R., Cole, S.(2012, January). Module E: Improving access to family strengthening programs. Web-based Instructional Module. PBIS Indiana at Center on Education and Lifelong Learning, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana.

Fraire, M., Pérez, B., & Mills, J. (2010, May). Skills-streaming for Adolescents: New Strategies and Perspectives on Teaching Prosocial Skills. Presented at Illinois School Psychology Intern Consortium Social-Emotional Showcase at Illinois State University, Bloomington-Normal, IL.

Teaching Experiences

2011-2013 Lecturer/Adjunct Faculty in Department of Counseling and Educational Psychology at Indiana University Bloomington

Publications

Shure, L.; Pérez, B., Skiba, R., Cole, S.(2012, January). Module E: Improving access to family strengthening programs. Web-based Instructional Module. PBIS Indiana at Center on Education and Lifelong Learning, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana. 

Pérez, B., Washburn, S., Skiba, R., Cole, S., Brentano, M. Robinson, J. (2011, March). Improving Safe School Planning and Classroom Management: Positive Behavior Supports. Web-based Instructional Module. PBIS Indiana at Center on Education and Lifelong Learning, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana. Retrieved from http://www.indiana.edu/~pbisin/HEA1419/PBIS/ 

Pérez, B., Harris, B., Martínez, R.S., & Ridley, C.R. (2009). Culturally competent assessment of English language learners. In Clauss-Ehlers, Caroline S. (in press) (Ed.). The Encyclopedia of Cross Cultural School Psychology. New York, NY: Springer Publishing.

Pérez, B., Skiba, R., & Chung, C. (2008, January). Latino Students and Disproportionality in Special Education. Briefing Paper. Center for Evaluation and Education Policy, Bloomington, Indiana. http://ceep.indiana.edu/projects/PDF/PB_V6N2_Winter_2008_EPB.pdf

Levinson, B., Butcher, K., Harvey, L., Martinez, R., Pérez, B., Harris, B., Skiba, R., Chung, C. (2007, August).  Latino Language Minority Students in Indiana: Trends, Conditions, and Challenges. Briefing Paper. Center for Evaluation and Education Policy, Bloomington, Indiana. http://ceep.indiana.edu/projects/PDF/Latino_Language_Minority_Students_Indiana.pdf