Sue Hall, Ph.D.
Office: ED 4035
Ph.D., School Psychology, Teachers College, Columbia University, 2006
B.A., Psychology, Syracuse University, 2000
Positive Behavior Intervention & Supports; Response to Intervention; Psychoeducational Assessment; Identify/Character Development
Dr. Sue Hall’s professional journey has taken her on a path that has included diverse settings and populations. She graduated from Teachers College, Columbia University in New York City with a Ph.D. in School Psychology, following a BA in Psychology from Syracuse University. Earlier training and work experiences took place in residential treatment settings with children and adolescents with varied emotional, behavioral, and learning challenges who were largely referred from the New York City schools. She then transitioned into the public sphere and worked for the past five year at a K-5 elementary school with students from varied cultural backgrounds. She wore many hats there and played a leadership role in developing a school-wide positive behavior support system, improving the process for the functional assessment of student behavior, overseeing the provision of services through Special Education and Response to Intervention, and facilitating student growth through brief and long-term counseling. In addition to experiences she has had in the field, Dr. Hall has also published work in the area of adolescent identity development. She is looking forward to starting the next chapter at Texas State University as visiting clinical lecturer.
Hall, S. P. (2011). Identity status. Encyclopedia of Adolescence, 2, 1369-1377.
Hall, S. P., & Brassard, M. R. (2008). Relational support as a predictor of identity status in an ethnically diverse early adolescent sample. Journal of Early Adolescence, 28, 92-114.