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Noelle Vega, Psy.D.

Assistant Clinical Director, Next Step; Clinician and Upper School Clinical Coordinator Manville School

Noelle Vega, Psy.D., M.S.W., C.A.G.S. is a clinician and the upper school clinical coordinator at the Manville school where she works directly with students with diverse emotional, social, and behavioral challenges. Previously, Dr. Vega worked as a school psychologist where she led various social skill groups as well as consulted with parents and teachers to assist in supporting students through evidence based practice. Previous experience also includes leading a social skills group for college students with various communication and social challenges. Additionally, as part of Dr. Vega’s doctoral studies, she created and directed the “Transitions” program at a local college which was designed to provide a comprehensive, flexible support service system of academic interventions, counseling supports, independent living assistance, peer mentoring, and social skill instruction for students with emotional and social challenges at the collegiate level. The Transitions program continues to thrive to this day. Dr. Vega received her doctorate in psychology from William James College, her masters in social work from Salem University, and a certificate in advanced study in school psychology from UMASS Boston.