Armando Godinez, Ed.S.

  • Adjunct Professor, Practicum Supervisor & Bilingual School Psychologist
  • Counseling and School Psychology


I am a practicing school psychologist in the San Diego Unified School District. I primarily provide school psychology services at the elementary school level including teacher and parent consultation, direct student interventions, collaboration, systems-level support, and psychoeducational evaluations. I am also part of the district’s Bilingual Support Network where I get to consult with other school psychologists and special education teams on cases involving bilingual and/or culturally and linguistically diverse students. Through the Bilingual Support Network, I get to consult on cases with a wide-range of suspected disabilities and grade levels ranging from preschool to secondary grades.

I have taught the “Fieldwork in School Psychology” and the “School Psychology Models for Family-School Collaboration” courses; both at the second-year level. For the past several years, I have also been a supervisor for SDSU school psychology students in their second year in the program.

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