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Donald J. Asbridge, Ed.S.
Educational Specialist
Bakersfield, California USA

Webmaster:  www.xpsych.com 

 
 
Received Educational Specialist (Ed.S.) in School Psychology degree from the University of Northern Colorado in Greeley in 1987.  Undergraduate studies were at Eastern Montana College (now known as Montana State University, Billings).  Worked in Kern County for the past twenty-eight years in the roles of school psychologist, coordinator of special education, §504 coordinator, GATE teacher, coach, and other roles.  Prior to that worked two years as a Psychological Technician in Rock Springs, Wyoming.  Presently is a school psychologist for the Delano Union Elementary School District.
 
Taught various graduate and undergraduate courses in psychology as an assistant professor and associate professor at California State University, Bakersfield (CSUB) and Bakersfield College (BC).  Worked five years (2007-2011) as an adjunct professor at Bakersfield Center, Fresno Pacific University (FPU) teaching graduate-level assessment & measurement, law & ethics to future school psychologists and school counselors.

Has presented research at the Annual Conferences of the Western Psychological Association (WPA), the California Association of School Psychologists (CASP), and for three consecutive years presented at the Annual Golden Empire Special Education Conference in Bakersfield.  

Past President and Webmaster for the Kern Association of School Psychologists (KASP).  Recognized in Who's Who Among Students in American Universities & Colleges (1987), Psi-Chi (National Honor Society in Psychology, 1983), and Pi Lambda Theta (National Honor Society in Education, 1987).

From 2003-2013, was a Licensed Educational Psychologist (LEP), providing services in Kern and surrounding counties.

Was presented the Outstanding School Psychologist (OSP) Award for Region III by the California Association of School Psychologists at their Annual Convention in Los Angeles on Friday, March 7th, 2003.

Current professional projects include finding ways to improve student outcomes and successfully addressing the National RtI/Rti2/PBIS-MTSS Crisis with the USPM-2. a humanistic, noncategorical, research-based model already proven successful in Arvin and Delano.  Will your district be next?

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