2020-2021 Team

Sadie Cathcart

Sadie Cathcart is a fourth-year school psychology doctoral student in the Department of Counseling and School Psychology at the University of Massachusetts-Boston. She has worked in a counseling and consultative capacity in both school and clinical settings with various student populations. Particularly interested in improving quality of life outcomes for students with medical vulnerabilities, her research addresses relationships between in-school, clinical, and at-home care for students with medical vulnerabilities.

Sadie.Cathcart001@umb.edu

Maggie Veiga

Maggie Veiga is a school psychology PhD student at the University of Massachusetts Boston. She completed her BA in Psychology and Anthropology at Brown University and MSW at Columbia University. She previously worked as a school-based social worker and an out-patient clinician at a social emotional learning center for children. Her research interests include implementation and progress monitoring of evidence-based social skills groups, school-based social emotional learning programs at the Tier 1 and Tier 2 levels, and strategies to support students with challenging behaviors.

Margarida.Veiga001@umb.edu

Talia Berkowitz

Talia is a first-year doctoral student in the Department of Counseling and School Psychology at the University of Massachusetts-Boston. Her research interests include support for students returning to school after medical/psychiatric crises, alignment of screening, referral, and intervention processes, and effective team-based approaches within a multi-tiered framework. 

BerkowitzRegosin001@umb.edu

Patrick Robinson-Link

Patrick Robinson-Link, MA is a school psychology PhD student at the University of Massachusetts-Boston. He previously received his MA in School Psychology from Bowie State University. He has previously worked within school settings as a middle school science teacher, a high school small-group math instructor, and as a regional site coordinator for Reading Partners. Additionally, he previously served as Site Operations Manager for Urban Teachers, an alternative certification program for urban educators. His research interests include addressing racial disproportionalities in school discipline through effective implementation of school-based restorative justice, psychometrics, and interventions to promote teacher wellbeing.

p.robinsonlink001@umb.edu

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