Killion, Sarah Ph.D., NCSP

Visiting Assistant Professor of Practice

Child, Family, and School Psychology
Visiting Assistant Professor of Practice

303-871-3816, KRH 256

Dr. Sarah K. Killion is a two time graduate from the University of Denver’s Child, Family and School Psychology Program receiving her Ed.S. in 2009 and her Ph.D. in 2019. Dr. Killion is also a Nationally Certified School Psychologist. She previously worked as a School Psychologist in Denver Public Schools for 10+ years serving as the Special Education Chairperson, District Crisis Team Leader and MTSS Co-Facilitator for her E-8 building. In addition, Dr. Killion has served as a supervisor for graduate students in the CFSP program and as a mentor for early career professionals through NASP. She has also presented her dissertation work at both state and national conferences, including CSSP and NASP. Dr Killion is a contributor to the APA Psych Learning Curve blog as well as NASP’s Communique newsletter. She also manages the Facebook Group “Psyched and Socialized” – a resource bank of articles and tips for teachers, parents, administrators and others who would like access to information related to cognitive, academic, social/emotional and behavioral of students birth – 21. Dr. Killion’s research interests include ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorders and Executive Functioning Skills; Universal Crisis Prevention, Intervention and School Safety: Legal and Ethical Issues related to Special Education; and Collaborative, Consultative and Mindfulness Practices. In her spare time, Dr. Killion enjoys baking, reading, doing yoga, watching her hometown sports teams and being outside with her husband and Siberian Husky. View Dr. Sarah K. Killion's portfolio here.

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