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Bob Trant

Lecturer
School Psychology Program

Bob Trant

Lecturer
School Psychology Program

Biography: 

Bob is a retired school psychologist from the Swampscott Public Schools, where he was a host practitioner for many school psychology and counseling students from local programs. Besides Tufts, he has taught in the school psychology programs at Northeastern University and William James College, and has also run professional supervision groups for practitioners seeking the Licensed Educational Psychologist credential. Bob has long been active in state and national professional associations, and is the current Massachusetts School Psychologists Association (MSPA) Mental Health Committee co-chair, and liaison to the Children’s Mental Health Task Force hosted by the Massachusetts Medical Society. He has served as president of MSPA, and has written articles for the MSPA newsletter, and authored a popular section of an online course, The Ethical Practitioner. He is a recipient of the MSPA School Psychologist of the Year award. Bob has also served two terms as the Massachusetts delegate to the National Association of School Psychologists and has presented at the NASP annual convention.

Education: 
Ph.D., Northeastern University
C.A.G.S., University of Massachusetts
B.A., University of Massachusetts
Teaching/Courses Taught: 
Practicum Seminar and Developmental Psychopathology