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Stephanie Rahill

Dr. Stephanie Rahill

Associate Professor; Director MA/CAGS and Psy.D. Programs in School Psychology


School of Arts and Sciences


Psychology and Counseling

Office Location:

Farley 109

Office Hours:

Mondays: 8:30-10:00 am (Virtual) Tuesdays: 3:30-4:30 pm Thursday: 11:00-12:30 pm  

Educational Background

  • University of Maryland
    • Ph.D., School Psychology
  • University of Delaware
    • MA/EdS., School Psychology
  • George Washington University
    • BA, Psychology (summa cum laude)

Professional Experience

  • Georgian Court University (2012-present)
    • Assistant Professor (2012-2018
    • Associate Professor (2019-present)
    • Director, School Psychology MA/CAGS and Psy.D. Programs
    • Director, Center for Teaching and Learning
  • Brent International School (2006-2008)
    • Manila, Philippines
    • School Psychologist, Pre-K to 12th grade
  • Fairfax County Public Schools (2003-2006)
    • School Psychologist, High School level
  • Miami-Dade County Public Schools (2001-2003)
    • District-level School Psychologist

Research / Creativity Interest Area

  • Family-school collaboration
  • Communication skills to increase collaboration
  • Effective academic and behavioral intervention design
  • Professional issues in school psychology

Additional Information

Graduate Courses
  • SPS5406: School Crisis Prevention and Intervention
  • SPS6102: Assessment and Intervention of Reading Difficulties for School Psychologists
  • SPS6103: Data-based Decision-Making II: Cognitive Assessment and Intervention
  • SPS6104: Data-based Decision-Making I: Social/Emotional and Behavioral Assessment and Intervention
  • SPS6106: Practicum I: Consultation and Collaboration
  • SPS6110: Multicultural Issues in School Psychology
  • SPS6190: Seminar in Psychological Services in the Schools
  • SPS6200-6202: Externship
  • SPS7400: Practicum III: Providing Systems-Level Services in an Educational Setting
  • SPS7450: Supervision of Psychological Services
Undergraduate Courses
  • PS111: Introduction to Psychology
  • PS221: Child and Early Adolescent Development
  • PS225: Educational Psychology
  • PS300: Multicultural Psychology
  • PS331: Basic Counseling
  • PS375: Introduction to School Psychology
  • PS410: Applied Statistics and Research Methods
  • PS423: Psychology of the Exceptional Child
  • PS425: Clinical Methods
  • PS431: Experimental Methods
  • PS440: Supervised Research
  • PS455: Senior Seminar


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