Assistant Clinical Professor
316D Educational Sciences
1025 West Johnson St.
Madison, WI 53706-1706
Kristy Kelly is an Assistant Clinical Professor in the School Psychology Program. She is a licensed psychologist, licensed school psychologist, and holds the National Certification in School Psychology (NCSP). Kristy supervises the training experiences of graduate students as they work with children, families, and school staff members through the School Psychology Training Clinic (SPTC), Student Assessment Services (SAS), and in Madison area schools. She teaches several practicum seminars focused on foundational clinical skills; assessment and intervention for academic, social-emotional, and behavioral interventions for children; and legal and ethical issues in education. She is particularly interested in clinical supervision, professional development of school psychologists, and issues related to school-based consultation.
Dr. Kelly teaches the MSPE courses EP 631: Supervision of School Personnel and EP 632: Practicum in Supervision of School Personnel.