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The Board is entrusted with managing the ESPCT and represents the ESPCT. It consists of three to at most five members and has appointed the chairman, the secretary and the treasurer. If necessary, the officers are substituted by deputies.
The members of the Board are resposible for the observance of the objectives of the foundation and the day to day work, running the offered courses and projects.
Odeth was born in 1976 in Venray, The Netherlands. She studied psychology at the Tilburg University and pedagogics (science of teaching) at the Free University in Amsterdam.
She is working as a school psychologist for almost 10 years now. Starting with diagnostics and treatment of children with specific learning disabilities in a psychological practice, she noticed the constraints of working in a small environment: the lack of transfer of the tuition and in this way the lack of communication and cooperation with school teachers.
This leaded to different jobs within the Dutch school system: a small special educational school for children with a mental disability, a secondary vocational school and a combined school.
Nowadays she is a school psychologist at an secondary school for special education for children with mental and/or physical disabilities.
She is registered as a Child & Youth psychologist and in training for EMDR practitioner.
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Jan-Erik Schmidt was born 1971 in Stuttgart. He studied Psychology in Tuebingen, Germany and worked as a psychologist in a residential youth home (2000-2004), in a family-counseling-center (2004-2008) and since 2008 as school-psychologist.
He is solution-focused family therapist.
Since 2010 he is coordinator of the local crisis-intervention-team and member of ISPA.
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Olanda was born 1962 in Sarajevo – Bosnia. When she was two years old, her parents moved to Croatia. In Croatia, she studied psychology and after graduation, worked for 6 years as a school psychologist.
Besides her regular job as a school psychologist, Olanda specialized there to work with gifted children. Together with prominent psychologists from Croatia she organized and established Little Academy Leonardo De Vinci” where gifted children could get various trainings and take part in workshops.
In 1993 she left Croatia with her family and moved to Holland. There she had to study psychology again because her degree was not valid. She graduated at the University van Amsterdam (UVA) in 1997.
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*1940 in Sudetenland
Author and co-author of several articles about school development, crisis management and highly gifted children
Bill Pfohl is a Professor of Psychology at Western Kentucky University in Bowling Green, Kentucky. He has trained school psychologists for 30 years. Bill obtained his bachelor and masters degree in school psychology from St. Bonaventure University in upstate New York. He received his Doctor of Psychology (Psy.D.) degree from Rutgers – The State University of New Jersey – Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology in 1979. He is a licensed psychologist in Kentucky, and a certified school psychologist in New York, New Jersey, and Kentucky. He is a Charter, Nationally Certified School Psychologist (NCSP) sponsored by NASP.
His professional interests are school safety, school crisis intervention, and research on emotional intelligence in students. He was National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) President twice (1996-97 & 2005-06). He serves on NASP’s National Emergency Assistance Team (NEAT) since 1997, responding to school crises. He is currently Co-Chair of NEAT (2008-2010). He is currently the President-elect of the International School Psychology Association (ISPA) - (2007-09). He has written several articles and a book chapter about crisis intervention.
Bill has trained school psychologists in school crisis intervention in the United States and internationally. Bill has led three NOVA sponsored crisis response teams in the United States. He has responded to numerous crises in Kentucky and his home region. He is the Senior Mental Health Coordinator for the Southcentral Kentucky Chapter of the American Red Cross.
Bill was awarded Rutgers University - Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology Alumni Peterson Prize for Outstanding Contributions to the field of professional psychology in 2000. He was also awarded the Joseph P. Cangemi Leadership in Psychology and Education Award in 2002 at Western Kentucky University. He is listed the Who’s Who in America – 60th Anniversary Edition (2005), as well as Who’s Who in Science and Engineering (2006).
He enjoys traveling, photography, technology, and jogging. He is married and father of three and has one grandchild.