Dr. Kevin Kelly

Adjunct Professor

Dr. Kelly is an adjunct professor in the College of Education. He is a Full Time School Psychologist at a public high school and teaches classes in the evening in Assessment of Cognition and Crisis Management in the Schools. He has also taught classes in Applied Behavior Analysis and Advanced Child Psychopathology. His interest is in school crisis management, and the diagnosis of learning disabilities as well as adolescent mental health.

Dr. Kelly's professional research interests include crisis management in the schools, cognitive development and assessment, and assessment of learning disabilities.