Lauren Arbolino, Ph.D.
Lauren Arbolino, Ph.D., is a school psychologist working at a Children’s Hospital, where she provides support to public and private schools to effectively program for students with special needs. She has served as a classroom teacher, counselor, and school psychologist for the public schools. She has also worked as a behavior therapist, consultant, and teacher trainer. For the past six years, Dr. Arbolino has taught both undergraduate and graduate classes in psychology and education. Dr. Arbolino spent five years working at Centennial School of Lehigh University, where she trained graduate students in special education and consulted with teachers to effectively service students with emotional/behavioral problems. During her tenure at Centennial School, she was a member of a technical assistant team contracted by school districts to provide services at the individual, class, or school wide level. She has worked with children K-12 and has teaching experience with students from elementary through graduate school. While at Lehigh, she coordinated an NIMH grant providing behavioral interventions for children with ADHD.
Dr. Arbolino received her Masters in Counseling from New York University, and received her PhD in School Psychology from Syracuse University. Her research examines academic and behavioral interventions for students with special needs and training professionals to provide these services. Dr. Arbolino has presented at numerous national and international conferences on these topics and has published several articles and book chapters related to behavioral interventions and training professionals to implement evidence-based strategies.