Verity Rodrigues, M.S., Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Pediatrics; TRIAD Educational Consultant
Staff/Faculty - TRIAD Triad Staff - Community Engagement Program Triad Staff - School-Age Services
Overview of Interests
- B.A., Kenyon College
- M.S., University of Oregon
- Ph.D., University of Oregon
Post Graduate Training:
- Predoctoral Internship in Systems-Level School Consultation and Early Childhood Assessment and Intervention, Illinois School Psychology Internship Consortium, NSSED, Highland Park, IL
- Postdoctoral training and LEND Fellow in Autism and Developmental Disabilities, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH
Overview of Interests:
Through her experiences and training as a school psychologist and licensed clinical psychologist, Dr. Rodrigues specializes in providing coaching and professional development to educators and school administrators on utilizing evidence-based assessment and intervention practices for students on the autism spectrum. At TRIAD - the Autism Institute at the Vanderbilt Kennedy Center, Dr. Rodrigues works across TRIAD’s school-based professional development team supporting school psychologists and speech-language pathologists in autism evaluation and leading the development of professional learning content on autism and social and emotional skills. Dr. Rodrigues has served as an advisory board member on the Mental Health and IDD National Training Center and is currently the Tennessee Children’s Mental Health Champion through the Association of University Centers on Disabilities and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.