Stacy A. S. Williams, PhD., NCSP

Associate Professor of Psychology


Dr. Williams is an Associate Professor at Marist College.   She is also a Licensed Psychologist and Certified School Psychologist in New York State.  At the national level, Dr. Williams serves on the Trainers of School Psychologists (TSP) executive board, where she co-chairs the Social Justice task force and serves as membership coordinator.  In addition, Dr. Williams mentors students and early-career faculty of color through the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) mentoring program. At the state level, Dr. Williams has mentored school psychology candidates, and created and managed content for the state association annual conference.  At the last conference (NYASP 2017), Dr. Williams and her students organized a Social Justice Student strand.

A practitioner-scholar, Dr. Williams’ years of working with groups of K-12 at-risk learners in both urban and rural communities have given her clear insights into the frustrations, challenges, and joys of working as a school psychologist.  She has consulted with Instructional Support Teams (IST) in New York, Connecticut, and rural communities in Jamaica, working closely with educational practitioners integrating Response to Intervention (RTI) initiatives at the IST level. Dr. Williams provides training in social justice, inclusive classrooms, academic and behavioral interventions, databased decision-making, and university/school partnerships.



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School of Social and Behavioral Sciences


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