Heather Harris Freiberg, M.Ed., M.S.
Heather Harris Freiberg M.Ed, M.S., is an educationally accredited school psychologist. She earned her bachelor’s degree in psychology at Kenyon College in 1987, her Master’s degree in education from John Carroll University in 1988. Ms. Freiberg worked for several years as a classroom teacher in both Atlanta, Georgia and southern Ohio, before returning to graduate school to earn a Master’s degree in school psychology from Miami University of Ohio in 1991. She maintains a license to teach children of all ages, in both regular and special needs classroom environments, as well as a license to practice school psychology.
Ms. Freiberg has more than 20 years of experience working with children and adolescents in a variety of settings. She has extensive training and experience in assessment, psycho-educational testing, and intervention services for children and adolescents who experience difficulties with behavior, learning, and/or attention. Special areas of interest include diagnosing and managing literacy based learning disorders and managing inattention and hyperactivity within the classroom environment. Ms. Freiberg also has expertise in assisting children experiencing social challenges. In addition to her experience with children and adolescence, her work within the public and private school sector has included working closely with school personnel and with parents. She enjoys working on the behalf of children of all ages as a part of a collaborative team of teachers, parents, and medical specialists in order to achieve optimal outcomes and increased comfort, competence and confidence. Ms. Freiberg consults with local schools regarding children in grades pre-K through 12, attending planning and IEP meetings, as well as conducting training and educational workshops for parents, teachers, and staff.
Ms. Freiberg has enjoyed her time in greater Cleveland over the last two decades with children as a parent, a teacher and a psychologist. Whether working with children at school, in her office, or being with her own children at home, she is grateful for the opportunities to enjoy their company. In her spare time, Ms. Freiberg loves the outdoors (especially the beach), cooking, gardening and reading.
- National Association of School Psychologists (NASP)
- Northern Ohio Branch of The International Dyslexia Association (NOBIDA)