Gwen Agustin-Nodora is ASPIRE’s new Educational Psychologist. Her roles and responsibilities include psycho-educational assessments and evaluations for Learning Disabilities to students who have not been identified. She also support, coach, and advise students who have been identified to have a learning disability and act as liaison with Asian Pacific Islander Retention and Education Program (ASPIRE), Counseling and Psychological Services Center, and Disabilities Program and Resource Services (DPRC). Dr. Agustin-Nodora provides professional development, trainings and consultation to staff and faculty regarding accommodations, teaching strategies, disabilities, referrals and identifying signs, mental health, and other topics based on needs and trainings and workshops to students regarding accommodations, coping with learning disabilities and/or mental health needs, study habits, social skills, career readiness, and other topics based on needs.
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