Ms. Jana Zawatsky, M.S. Ed. brings her background as a school psychologist to her clinical practice, focusing on the use of play therapy, social skills enrichment groups, and classroom interventions to further develop the social and emotional development of students. She has experience working with children in educational and home settings and has worked as a behavioral therapist with elementary school aged children and their parents. Jana conducts individual counseling sessions with students throughout the school year, as well as implementing behavioral programs to students within a classroom setting. She has experience administering an assortment of psychoeducational assessments and utilizing the obtained results to develop thorough and detailed evaluation reports. Jana has participated in extensive consultation with teachers and worked effectively and collaboratively with school-based support teams to ensure complete and accurate development of students' progress and goals. Jana received her B.A. in Psychology from Rutgers University as well as her M.S. Ed. in Therapeutic Interventions and Professional Diploma in School Psychology from Fordham University. She holds a Pupil Personnel Services Credential in School Psychology.