Erik Reinbergs, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of School Psychology,
College of Human Sciences and Humanities
Erik Reinbergs, Ph.D. is an assistant professor of school psychology and health service
psychology. He is also a licensed psychologist, a licensed specialist in school psychology,
and a nationally certified school psychologist. He earned his doctorate in school
psychology at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. He completed an APA-accredited
predoctoral internship at the Cypress-Fairbanks Independent School District, where
he also completed his postdoctoral fellowship.
Dr. Reinbergs has significant experience supporting students with emotional and behavioral concerns, and working with their guardians and school staff. He has trained at elementary, middle and high schools, as well as specialized educational placements for students with significant needs. He also has experience with 1) providing dialectical behavior therapy for clients with suicidal behavior and non-suicidal self-injurious behaviors, 2) working with survivors of sexual violence, 3) conducting psychological assessments of K-12 students, 4) serving on IEP teams, 5) providing behavioral parent training, and 6) providing school-based behavioral consultation at the individual, classroom and systems levels.
Dr. Reinbergs’s work is broadly focused on improving services for students with emotional and behavioral concerns. His specific interests include suicide and related behaviors, behavioral interventions (e.g., behavioral consultation, behavioral parent training, ABA, ACT, DBT), and psychometrics.
Dr. Reinbergs anticipates accepting a doctoral student for fall 2022.
Areas of Expertise
- School psychology
- Behavioral interventions
- Applied measurement