A Nationally Certified School Psychologist, Jeffrey C. Roth joined the Brandywine School District in Delaware where he initiated Operation Cooperation — a school-wide approach to conflict resolution. He wrote a middle school crisis manual, helped initiate and lead the district Crisis Response Team, and was named School Psychologist of the Year by the Delaware Association of School Psychologists.
He coordinated school psychologists, developed Instructional Support and Positive Behavior Support teams, and a social skills program for students with social challenges. He also developed a program of self-directed professional development for school psychologists and attended workshops in the PREPaRE Model, Critical Incident Stress Management, and Red Cross Disaster Mental Health. He is an American Red Cross Disaster Mental Health volunteer.
Dr. Roth received his undergraduate degree in psychology at Temple University. After serving in the Air Force, he practiced social work and returned to graduate school at Temple where he earned his doctorate. During graduate school, Dr. Roth worked as a recreational therapist at St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children and taught graduate courses at Arcadia University. He is a licensed psychologist in Delaware.
Dr. Roth is currently an adjunct professor and advisor in the special education graduate program at Wilmington University, Delaware. He co-developed a mentoring program for new school psychologists for the state Department of Education.
Dr. Roth is author of School Crisis Response: Reflections of a Team Leader.