Sara Rich, PhD

Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences

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Dr. Sara House Rich serves as clinical assistant professor for the OSU-CHS Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Science. Dr. Rich graduated from OSU’s School Psychology program in 2011 after completing an internship at Devereux Center for Effective Schools in Pennsylvania. She has served as a certified school psychologist in Oklahoma public schools. She has expertise in Applied Behavioral Analysis and facilitating multi-tiered systems level changes for schools' academic and behavioral intervention processes. Dr. Rich is a licensed Health Service Psychologist and Nationally Board Certified School Psychologist. She is also an active board member of the Oklahoma School Psychological Association, and currently serving as President of the board.

Dr. Rich provides trainings to teachers and school staff on effective classroom management strategies, and consults with schools to develop behavioral intervention plans for students with severe behavioral needs based on functional behavioral assessment data. Through the OSU-Behavioral Medicine Clinic, Dr. Rich offers assessments for children and adults with behavioral or neurocognitive disorders, such as Autism, ADHD, and learning disorders. Dr. Rich's Research interests include school-based consultation, identifying effective academic and behavioral interventions, and generalization of academic skills.


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