School psychologists working in schools in Manitoba provide a comprehensive range of psychological services to the school community that include assessment, diagnosis, intervention, consultation and prevention. School psychologists have strong clinical skills and a broad knowledge base in child and adolescent development, cognitive processes, psychopathology, school and community systems, learning, and behaviour disorders. (Manitoba Association of School Psychologists)

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In Manitoba School Psychologist need to obtain a Master’s Degree in School Psychology. The education and licensing vary in different provinces for School Psychologists. Please visit: Considering a Career as a School Psychologist in Canada? Role, Training, and Prospects from the Canadian Psychological Association for information about training and licensing in each province.

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