Fall 2022

Section 2025 of DRD700
Learning Strategies -- : Oct 26 - Nov 30 2022
This series will emphasize proactive habits for organization, time management, and success in managing difficulties related to executive function. Designed to support students enrolled in transfer level coursework. For more information contact alacasse@santarosa.edu

No office hours

Monday-Thursdays, typically from 7:30-4pm with occasional Fridays.

California State University, Sacramento, Counseling (School Psychology), School Psychology Credential

Sonoma State University, Master of Arts in Counseling (Marriage and Family Therapy)

University Of California, Davis, Bachelor of Arts in Sociology

Amy worked for over 10 years as a school psychologist within the K-12 school system. While working as a school psychologist, she also maintained a private practice providing learning disability assessments for adults.

She developed a strong interest in working with community college students and began working at SRJC as an adjunct disability specialist on the Petaluma campus in 2014, and was hired as full-time faculty in August 2015.

Amy has a strong interest in helping students recognize strengths and became successful advocates toward achieving their goals.

Spring 2016 Schedule:

Petaluma Campus: Monday-Thursday, usually from 7:30am until 4:00 pm.
I am generally available for appointments during those times except when I am attending meetings in Santa Rosa.