Greeley-Evans School District 6
- 1 full-time position
- APPIC Program Code: 240611
Greeley-Evans School District 6 is located in Greeley, Colorado, approximately 60 miles northeast of Denver. Greeley-Evans School District 6 (D6) serves more than 22,000 students in the communities of Greeley and Evans, Colorado. We have 29 district-operated schools and six charter schools. D6 includes preschool up to our transition program (18-21 years old). We are the 13th largest school district in the state of Colorado. Our students originate from many countries with seventy-eight languages spoken in D6. Diversity is our strength and we are proud to serve students from varying ethnic and racial backgrounds and families of various income levels, including 64% of students eligible for free and reduced lunch.
Tiffani Martin, Ph.D.
District 6 Primary Supervisor
Dr. Martin is a school psychologist in the Greeley Schools District 6. She is a licensed psychologist, nationally certified school psychologist, and board-certified behavior analyst. Dr. Martin has 18 years of experience in the public school setting, one year in private practice, three years in educational consulting, and four years as an adjunct professor. She has provided school psychological services in elementary, middle, high, and alternative schools. Currently, she serves in a middle school that houses the district’s specialized behavior program. In addition to working with students with significant social/emotional and behavioral needs, Dr. Martin has many years of experience with students with significant cognitive, physical, and medical disabilities. Her leadership experience includes serving a term as secretary for the Colorado Society of School Psychologists, team lead in school buildings, and providing professional development to district special education staff. Dr. Martin has supervised school psychology practicum students for over ten years, interns for five, and extern students for two years. Her professional interests include school-wide positive behavior support systems, functional behavioral assessments, resiliency curriculum, alternatives to suspension, and social skills instruction. When she is not working, she is reading, swimming, or spending time with family and friends.
Sean Peters, Ph.D.
District 6 Primary Supervisor
Dr. Peters is a Licensed Psychologist and School Psychologist (Special Services Provider) currently working at Greeley-Evans School District 6, in Colorado. He earned his Ph.D. from The School Psychology Program at The University of Texas at Austin in 2001 and completed his internship at The University of Tennessee Professional Psychology Internship Consortium. Dr. Peters’ areas of interest/specialization include: Therapeutic Assessment, trauma-informed care, solution-focused therapy, consultation, and supervision.
There is a wealth of training opportunities at D6 for interns including, but not limited to, individual and group psychotherapy, psychological and neuropsychological assessment, functional behavioral assessment, behavior support plan development and implementation, consultation, crisis intervention, and professional development. As part of the internship experience, interns provide psychological services at an elementary school, middle, or high school.
Additionally, supervisors work collaboratively with interns to provide opportunities to meet their individual training needs and goals, which are agreed to at the beginning of internship and adjusted as needed throughout the year. This may include working with specialized programs (intensive autism, affective behavior, deaf and hard of hearing, and life skills); district teams (BrainSTEPS, crisis intervention, juvenile corrections, preschool, and transition 18-21); professional development; and supervision. We strive to support our interns as they progress in their development and become more independent in their competencies.