Carla V. Sánchez De Andrade, M.A.,
Certified School Psychologist
Areas of Focus: English Language Learners, Linguistic/Cultural Difference, Research, Evidence-Based Academic and Behavioral Interventions, Substance Use, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Local/State/Federal Policy, Severe and Profound Disabilities, School Psychology, and Psychological Assessments.
Mrs. Sánchez De Andrade has worked for over 5 years in research at different institutions including Yale Medical School and Rhode Island College. Research interests include: population under Child Protective Services and DCYF, English Language Learners, Mental Health of Immigrant and Refugee Youth, Sexual Abuse, and Teen Pregnancy.
She is a bilingual certified school psychologist in Rhode Island and Massachusetts, providing comprehensive psychological services in public school settings. Her services focus on child and adolescent behaviors, evaluation for special education services, bilingual psychological evaluations, individual and group therapy, parent and teacher consultation, and team chair of special education meetings.
VMrs. Sánchez De Andrade received her B.S. in Chemical Dependency/Addiction Studies and B.A. in Psychology from Rhode Island College in 2014. She received her master’s degree in counseling with a concentration in Educational Psychology, and a Certificate of Advanced Graduate Study in School Psychology from Rhode Island College. She is a member of the National Association of School Psychologists and the Rhode Island School Psychologist Association. Mrs. Sánchez De Andrade is a Nationally Certified School Psychologist.
Mrs. Sánchez De Andrade resides in Warwick, Rhode Island with her husband and two sons.