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Mental Health

Mental health is a necessary component for the promotion of students’ developmental, social, and academic well-being.  Mental health does not necessarily mean the absence of some form of mental illness, but rather having the means and necessary skills to promote the ability to cope with challenges in life. If ignored, mental health problems can interfere with children's learning, development, relationships, and physical health (National Association of School Psychologist, 2017). 

Office Hours


Krista Klabo will resume office hours in fall 2022. Office hours will be the third Tuesday each month from 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM. The content will focus on Coaching and Consultation as a Related Service Provider. 

Session dates & topics of focus are: 

  • February 21, 2023 - Implementation Science
  • March 21, 2023 - Coaching and Consultation with Support Professionals and Other School Staff
  • April 18, 2023 - Coaching and Consultation with Administrators 

Register for School-Based
Mental Health Office Hours

Registration for the School-Based Mental Health will close two weeks prior to each session 

The School Psychology & Special Education Evaluation Specialist focuses their work on supporting school psychologists and school social workers in schools in Colorado. They can provide support in the areas of special education evaluation and eligibility, Response to Intervention/Multi-Tiered System of Supports, and mental health for students with disabilities. If you have questions regarding licensing, please contact the Colorado Department of Education Licensing Team directly (information below under "Resources"). If you have questions relating to private practice, please contact the Department of Regulatory Agencies (information below under "Resources").

School Psychologist - School Psychologist (ages 0-21) - 7.06 (PDF)

School Social Worker - School Social Worker (ages 0-21) - 7.07 (PDF)

Request Professional Development, Training, and/or Coaching

Colorado School Psychology and Social Worker Positions

Resources and Information

Licensing Information

Department of Regulatory Agencies 

School Mental Health and Behavior Listserv

The School Mental Health and Behavior Listserv is a great way to receive information through periodic emails on statewide training(s), job opportunities, and mental health and/or behavior-related events. If you would like to sign up for the listserv, please send your request to Holly Jackson, Program Support:  Email Holly Jackson,

For more information, please contact:

Krista Klabo, Ed.S  NCSP
School Psychology and Special Education Evaluation Specialist
Email Krista
(720) 284 – 2524

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