Supervisor of Student Support Services
Alicia Adams is the School Psychologist and Supervisor of Student Support Services. She has always had a passion for working with young children and assisting families.
Adams obtained her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Human Services from the University of Bridgeport. During that time, Adams served as a mentor to elementary school students through a partnership with the Champions Mentoring Program and the University of Bridgeport. She then attended Iona College and obtained her Master’s degree in School Psychology. She completed coursework in Applied Behavior Analysis at Queens College where she studied Behavior.
Adams has worked with various student populations in a variety of settings providing services of assessment, counseling, and behavioral intervention. She has worked in school districts in Westchester, N.Y., a Specialized Preschool Program, Head Start, and a non-profit organization which assisted children with special needs and their families in advocating for beneficial resources and services within their community.
At GCCS, Adams works with children in providing support which fosters social development and assessing student’s intellectual, academic, and social-emotional functioning.