Elizabeth Hagermoser-Bayley

Assistant Clinical Professor

hagermoser@wisc.edu

Elizabeth Hagermoser

Biography

Elizabeth Hagermoser-Bayley is an Assistant Clinical Professor in the School Psychology Program. She is a licensed psychologist and holds the National Certification in School Psychology (NCSP). Alongside Dr. Kristy Kelly, Elizabeth serves as Co-Director of the School Psychology Training Clinic and supervises the clinical and school-based training experiences of graduate students through the School Psychology Training Clinic (SPTC), Student Assessment Services (SAS), and in school districts across South Central Wisconsin. Elizabeth teaches applied classes focusing on foundational clinical skills, psychopathology, psychotherapy, and legal and ethical issues in the practice of school psychology. She is particularly interested in adolescent mental health and the professional development of school psychologists.

Presentations

Craig, J.T., Hagermoser, E.M., Pastrana, F., Gregus, S.S., Cavell, T.A. (September 2016). Lunchtime relationships matter: Social Preference and Lunchroom peer acceptance predict future peer victimization. National Conference in Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology 2016.

Hagermoser, E.M. (February 2016).  From bathroom to ballparks: Creating Inclusive Spaces for LGBTQ+ youth. National Association of School Psychologists Conference 2015.

Hagermoser, E. M., Willes, M., Sorenson, D., Puk, A. Dohrn, E., Kratochwill, T., & Asmus, J. (February 2016). Problem Solving Ability of School Psychologists as PST Facilitators. National Association of School Psychologists Conference 2016.

Hagermoser, E. M. (February 2015). Thinking about the “T”: Creating Inclusive Schools for Transgender Youth. National Association of School Psychologists Conference 2015.

Hagermoser, E. M., Willes, M. (February 2015). Resource Mapping: Identifying Mental Health Supports to Improve Student Outcomes. National Association of School Psychologists Conference 2015.

Hagermoser, E. M., Willes, M., Sorenson, D., Dohrn, E., Kratochwill, T., & Asmus, J. (August 2014). Interventions Addressing Common Barriers to Implementing Evidence-Based Interventions with Problem Solving Teams. Wisconsin Association for Behavior Analysis Conference 2014.

Bice-Urbach, B., Hagermoser, E.M, Willes, (February 2014). Finding the Right Approach for Teaming Success. National Association of School Psychologists Conference 2014.

Swanson, K., Hagermoser, E. M., & McGivern, J. (February 2014). Supporting LGBTQA

Youth: Evidence-Based Strategies Promoting Inclusive School Climates. National Association of School Psychologists Conference 2014.

Bice-Urbach, B., Hagermoser, E.M, Willes, M., Schwartz, V., & Dohrn, E. (August 2013). A Function Based Approach to Examining School Teams. Wisconsin Association for Behavior Analysis Conference 2013.