Sara Golomb


Associate Professor of School Psychology

MEH 117


Ph.D. – Loyola University Chicago (2010)
M.Ed. – Loyola University Chicago (2005)
J.D. – Hamline University School of Law (1998)
B.A. – University of Pennsylvania (1995)


Sara Golomb is the Program Director for the Graduate M.Ed./Ed.S. School Psychology Program. Sara is dually licensed as both a school and clinical psychologist, with national certification in school psychology. She completed her pre- and post-doctoral (pediatric neuropsychology) training in Illinois and has been working as a graduate educator in school psychology in Michigan. She is also actively involved with the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP). She is a reviewer for programs seeking NASP approval status and is a member of the NASP Graduate Education Committee. She is also a certified trainer in the NASP PREPaRE model of crisis prevention and response.

Sara’s research interests stem from interdisciplinary collaborations in graduate education, with a particular focus on issues of child maltreatment and childhood trauma, and the ethical assessment of culturally and linguistically diverse students.


American Psychological Association (APA)
National Association of School Psychologists (NASP)
Trainers of School Psychologists (TSP)