Tracy K. Larson, MSED, CAGS, Nationally Certified School Psychologist, received
her Bachelor’s Degree (BA) in Psychology from La Roche College in 2001. She
furthered her studies at Duquesne University earning a Master of Science in
Education (MSED) in School Psychology in 2003. She continued on at Duquesne
University and earned a Certificate of Advanced Graduate Study (CAGS) in School
Psychology in 2005, which included a 1400 hour internship at Holy Family
Institute, a Private Academic School for children with serious behavioral and emotional disabilities. Tracy
received Pennsylvania state certification and National Certification from the National Association of
School Psychologists in June of 2005.
Tracy began her career as a Certified School Psychologist at Holy Family Institute, Emsworth, PA,
working with students K-12 within the Day Treatment Program, Residential Treatment Facility and
Alternative Education Program. She provided comprehensive multidisciplinary evaluations, conducted
individual and group therapy sessions and collaborated on programming design and implementation.
Over eight years ago, Tracy joined Early Childhood Partnerships, Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh,
University of Pittsburgh Office of Child Development. Tracy’s work at Early Childhood Partnerships has
focused on service provision with the HealthyCHILD Program. Tracy provides on-site psychological
consultation, support, technical assistance and referral facilitation to early childhood staff, children and
families. She also provides in-service trainings and professional development workshops to many
different audiences including regular and special education teachers, educational assistants, parents,
and program administrators.
Tracy also has a wealth of experience from working in the Behavioral Health and Rehabilitation Services
(BHRS) sector of mental health care. She provided Therapeutic Staff Support for children prescribed
BHRS wraparound services for 2 years and then also provided Master’s level Mobile Therapy and
Behavior Specialist Consultant services for Wesley Spectrum Services for 2 years after finishing her
Tracy is committed to providing supportive services that improve the lives of young children and their
families, especially at-risk populations. The Early Childhood population has become a special interest
area for Tracy, as she believes the early years are what count the most. In her spare time, Tracy enjoys
spending time with her husband and three children ages 6, 13 and 17.