Rosa Cohen, MSEd, NCSP
Associate School Psychologist, Healthy Brain Network
Child Mind Institute
Rosa Cohen, MSEd, NCSP, is an associate school psychologist for the Healthy Brain Network. Rosa holds a bachelor’s degree in experimental psychology from Southern Connecticut State University, and earned her master’s degree in school psychology from Brooklyn College. During and after her undergraduate studies, Rosa participated at Yale’s Connecticut Mental Health Center as a research assistant, performing intakes and conducting literature reviews for a study on the behavioral components of impulsivity in adolescents.
As part of her master’s degree, Rosa completed an internship at Cooke Grammar School, a private special needs institute that focuses on developing social and adaptive skills for students aged five to fourteen. During her internship, Rosa evaluated, counseled and created evidence-based behavior and academic behavioral interventions for youth with Individual Education Plans (IEPs).
As associate school psychologist, Rosa administers, scores and interprets psycho-educational assessments in collaboration with the team at HBN. Rosa is interested in helping children identify their strengths and use them as a tool to develop practical and educational strategies. Rosa is excited about being able to facilitate research that aims to identify and support students that require unique educational and behavioral interventions.
- BA, Experimental Psychology, Southern Connecticut State University
- MA, School Psychology, Brooklyn College