Tricia Joseph, Ph.D., Pelham Middle School, 28 Franklin Place, Pelham, NY 10803. Tricia Joseph, Ph.D., is a school and clinical psychologist at Pelham Middle School, in Pelham, NY. Dr. Joseph works with the students of Pelham Middle School and their parents. She sees children as part of their Individualized Education Program (IEP) plan, and also sees children for informal counseling. Students that see Dr. Joseph as part of an Individualized Education Program that addresses a learning disability, emotional issue, or physical disability are assigned to this program by the Office of Special Education. For informal counseling, students can self-refer, or be referred by friends, teachers, parents, or the administration. Dr. Joseph will meet with a child in a crisis situation; however, ongoing counseling requires parental consent. Children see her for a variety of issues including anxiety and mood disorders. Other children might see her for a short time as a result of an incident in which their behavior exhibits bad judgement. Dr. Joseph’s work includes prevention as well as intervention with children; she collaborates with teachers and works with parents. She will consult with parents around setting up a behavioral program focused on structuring the child’s day, including accomplishing school homework. Dr. Joseph typically meets with students during the school day; arrangements can be made to meet after school when preferred. Sessions can be individual or group. Dr. Joseph is an in-school contact for therapists that children are seeing outside of school. Additionally, Dr. Joseph and her colleague present the Beyond Good Touches Bad Touches New York State curriculum to the sixth grade by going into every sixth grade classroom. Dr. Joseph is also the Dignity for All Students Act coordinator for the Middle School. Her office is located on the second floor of the Middle School, in a small suite of offices, and is both accessible to the students and private. Dr. Joseph can be reached by calling the Pelham Middle School main office at (914) 738-8190 and asking for her, or by emailing her at firstname.lastname@example.org.