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Georgian Court University is monitoring COVID-19 case trends. Currently, Spring 2022 semester classes begin on January 18 in scheduled formats. Vaccines are mandatory, and boosters are highly recommended for all students. Effective and properly worn face masks are required indoors. It is recommended that N95/KN95 or three-ply surgical masks be used. Please see the updated Spring 2022 Policy for Students for more details.

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Heather Tacovsky

Dr. Heather Tacovsky, NCSP

Assistant Professor


School of Arts & Sciences


Psychology and Counseling

Office Location:

Mercedes Hall 200

Office Hours:

FALL 2021
  • Mondays 10:30-12:30 (in person or virtual)
  • Tuesdays 10:30-11 and 4-4:30 (in person or virtual)
  • Thursday 10-12 (virtual only)
  • Other times by appointment as needed (email to schedule)
SPRING 2022-tentative
  • Monday 6:30-7 pm (in person or virtual)
  • Tuesday 10-11 (virtual only)
  • Thursday 9:30-12:00 (in person or virtual)
  • Other times by appointment as needed (email to schedule)

Educational Background

  • B.A. in Psychology from Albright College: Reading, PA (magna cum laude)
  • M.A. in School Psychology and CAGS in School Psychology from Georgian Court University: Lakewood, NJ
  • Psy.D. in School Psychology from Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine: Philadelphia, PA

Professional Experience

  •  Pre-K to 12 School Psychologist
  •  Special Education Case Management/Child Study Team
  •  School-based Psychological evaluations
  •  Autism Program Development (private and public school)
  •  Behavioral Disabilities Program Development

Research / Creativity Interest Area

  •  Executive Functions and Learning
  •  Neuropsychology
  •  School Neuropsychological Evaluations
  •  Behavioral Disorders
  •  Early Childhood Development
  •  Early Childhood Learning
  •  Literacy
  •  Resiliency in Children

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