Jadwiga Cutrone

Jadwiga Cutrone holds an MS.Ed. in School Psychology and is a New York State Certified School Psychologist with over thirteen years experience in working with children, adolescents, and families in a variety of public school settings. She holds the National Certification in School Psychology Credential (NCSP), as well as a bilingual extension in Spanish and Polish. Jadwiga has predominantly worked with culturally and linguistically diverse populations. Currently, she works in a school district on Long Island and specializes in diversity sensitive psychological evaluations. Jadwiga is committed to addressing social justice issues in school psychology, with a particular emphasis on structural racism in schools, including disproportionality in school discipline and special education.  
Jadwiga is currently a doctoral candidate in the Advanced Track Program in School Psychology at Adelphi University, where she also teaches graduate students in the Master’s Program in School Psychology. This Fall, she will be completing a clinical externship at a private practice, where she hopes to further build her clinical skills. Jadwiga is interested in trauma-focused practices, racial and collective trauma, identity development in immigrant populations, social justice issues, as well as social anxiety and depression. As part of her dissertation project, Jadwiga plans to examine ways in which unauthorized status impacts identity development in immigrant youth. 

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