Scott's research focuses on school-based mental health services and multi-tiered systems of support, physical activity promotion, and affirming psychosocial supports for LGBTQIA+ youth. He publishes his work in peer-reviewed journals and presents at national conferences.
PhD, University of Massachusetts Amherst, Amherst Center, United States
M.S., University of Massachusetts Boston, Boston, United States
B.A., University of Massachusetts Boston, Boston, United States
Scott Greenspan is a Licensed Psychologist and a Nationally Certified School Psychologist. He completed his PhD in School Psychology at University of Massachusetts Amherst, his doctoral internship at Harvard Medical School/Judge Baker Children's Center, and his postdoctoral work at the Wediko Boston program of The Home for Little Wanderers.
Dr. Greenspan has experience in providing Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) consultation, evidence-based mental health interventions, and psychoeducational assessments within school settings. He has provided clinical services within schools, clinics, and community-based contexts across Massachusetts.