Stephanie Frasier, of Lenape Regional High School, has been named the NJASP School Psychologist of the Year. The New Jersey Association of School Psychologists (NJASP) confers the award annually to a practitioner in a public or private school setting.
Frasier is currently an NJASP executive board member and membership chair, a past president of NJASP, and a member of NJASP’s research and conference committees. As a member of the research committee, she has contributed to studies presented at the International Association of School Psychologists (ISPA) and the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP).
Before becoming a school psychologist, Frasier worked as a mobile therapist, providing wrap-around services to at-risk youth and a behavioral specialist at the Bancroft School in Haddonfield. While working at Bancroft she developed, implemented and oversaw behavior plans and served as a member of the behavior management committee. Frasier’s current interests includes assisting students transition from high school to adulthood, writing collaborative reports with the learning disabilities teacher-consultant and partnering with families and outside service providers to better assist the needs of high school students.
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