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Inge B.
Webster

Education Specialist

Dr. Inge B. Webster brings over 30 years of experience as a Pennsylvania certified school psychologist and licensed psychologist to her role as Education Specialist.

Let's Talk
460 Norristown Road, Suite 110
Blue Bell, Pennsylvania 19422
Email: iwebster@wispearl.com
Phone: 610-825-8400
Fax: 610-828-4887

Dr. Inge B. Webster has been a licensed and school certified psychologist for over 30 years, working in a variety of public and private settings including educational, mental/behavioral health, medical, developmental, therapeutic, residential, and child welfare programs. She has extensive knowledge of and experience with psychological assessment, IEPs and NOREPs, consultation, program/intervention planning, best practices in special education and gifted education, and staff supervision.

Dr. Webster’s employment history includes working in schools, centers, and programs that provide Pre-K to Grade 12 instruction, special education supports, early intervention services, Head Start, foster care, Wrap-Around, counseling, and in-patient and out-patient child/adolescent mental health services. Dr. Webster also maintained a private practice completing independent psychoeducational evaluations for children across multiple counties within Pennsylvania.

For the past 18 years, Dr. Webster worked in a suburban school district as a full-time school psychologist responsible for psychoeducational evaluations of students grades Pre-K to 12 to determine eligibility for special education and/or gifted supports, staff and parent training/consultation, crisis intervention, risk assessment, program evaluation, in-service presentations, and developing strategies for regular education supports, as well as strategies for specially designed instruction in the least restrictive environment. Dr. Webster’s area of expertise lies in the differential diagnosis of children with developmental, social-emotional, behavioral, attentional, and learning disabilities including students with autism, intellectual disability, multiple-disabilities, ADHD, anxiety, depression, ODD, health and sensory impairments, and specific learning disabilities.

Dr. Webster’s experiences within both the public school sector and the private, nonprofit sector have provided her with unique and valuable insights with which to inform the school district clients of the firm in the areas of psychoeducational assessment, program planning, and best practices in special education and gifted education.

Presentations

Dr. Webster has given many in-service presentations for parents and professionals on topics of special education, child development, behavior, and mental health including:

  • Managing stress during the Covid pandemic
  • Writing developmentally appropriate IEP goals
  • Understanding psychological assessment
  • Behavioral consultation in the school and home for Wrap-Around staff
  • Preparing your child for a successful school year
  • Classroom behavior management techniques
  • Early trauma in children and adolescents with Conduct Disorder
  • Kindergarten readiness
  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
  • Specific Learning Disabilities
  • Working with disruptive children
  • Strategies for effective parent-teacher conferences
  • Child development through play
Education

University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Education (Ph.D., Professional Psychology, 1988)

University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Education (M.S., Psychological Services in Education, 1984)

University of Pennsylvania College of Arts and Sciences (B.A., Psychology, 1983)

Certifications

PA Licensed Psychologist (since 1990)

PA Certified School Psychologist (since 1985)

Professional and Civic Memberships

National Association of School Psychologists

American Psychological Association

Philadelphia Society of Clinical Psychologists, past member

University of Pennsylvania Education Alumni Association, past board member

University of Pennsylvania Class of 1983, current board member, past Outreach Chair, past Reunion Co-chair

Coopertown Elementary School PTO, past president

School District of Haverford Township Middle School PTO, past president

School District of Haverford Township High School PTO, past president

Presbyterian Children’s Village, past advisory board

Inge B.
Webster

Education Specialist

Dr. Inge B. Webster brings over 30 years of experience as a Pennsylvania certified school psychologist and licensed psychologist to her role as Education Specialist.

Let's Talk
460 Norristown Road, Suite 110
Blue Bell, Pennsylvania 19422
Email: iwebster@wispearl.com
Phone: 610-825-8400
Fax: 610-828-4887

Dr. Inge B. Webster has been a licensed and school certified psychologist for over 30 years, working in a variety of public and private settings including educational, mental/behavioral health, medical, developmental, therapeutic, residential, and child welfare programs. She has extensive knowledge of and experience with psychological assessment, IEPs and NOREPs, consultation, program/intervention planning, best practices in special education and gifted education, and staff supervision.

Dr. Webster’s employment history includes working in schools, centers, and programs that provide Pre-K to Grade 12 instruction, special education supports, early intervention services, Head Start, foster care, Wrap-Around, counseling, and in-patient and out-patient child/adolescent mental health services. Dr. Webster also maintained a private practice completing independent psychoeducational evaluations for children across multiple counties within Pennsylvania.

For the past 18 years, Dr. Webster worked in a suburban school district as a full-time school psychologist responsible for psychoeducational evaluations of students grades Pre-K to 12 to determine eligibility for special education and/or gifted supports, staff and parent training/consultation, crisis intervention, risk assessment, program evaluation, in-service presentations, and developing strategies for regular education supports, as well as strategies for specially designed instruction in the least restrictive environment. Dr. Webster’s area of expertise lies in the differential diagnosis of children with developmental, social-emotional, behavioral, attentional, and learning disabilities including students with autism, intellectual disability, multiple-disabilities, ADHD, anxiety, depression, ODD, health and sensory impairments, and specific learning disabilities.

Dr. Webster’s experiences within both the public school sector and the private, nonprofit sector have provided her with unique and valuable insights with which to inform the school district clients of the firm in the areas of psychoeducational assessment, program planning, and best practices in special education and gifted education.

Presentations

Dr. Webster has given many in-service presentations for parents and professionals on topics of special education, child development, behavior, and mental health including:

  • Managing stress during the Covid pandemic
  • Writing developmentally appropriate IEP goals
  • Understanding psychological assessment
  • Behavioral consultation in the school and home for Wrap-Around staff
  • Preparing your child for a successful school year
  • Classroom behavior management techniques
  • Early trauma in children and adolescents with Conduct Disorder
  • Kindergarten readiness
  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
  • Specific Learning Disabilities
  • Working with disruptive children
  • Strategies for effective parent-teacher conferences
  • Child development through play