Greer Davis Cerveny
Phone: 440-397-4056 x700
With an undergraduate degree in Psychology from Malone University, Greer's career in special education began in graduate school. While earning her Master's and Educational Specialist degrees in school psychology at Kent State University, she worked as a graduate school trainee providing early intervention services through Summit County's Help Me Grow at the Family Child Learning Center. She gained additional experience through participation in research on autism spectrum disorders. Following graduation, she worked as a school psychologist in a local public school system for three years where she conducted psychoeducational evaluations (ETR), facilitated Response to Intervention (RtI) and intervention planning, provided educational recommendations, guided implementation of the district's Positive Behavior Intervention and Supports initiative, and conducted Functional Behavior Assessments (FBA). Through professional development and personal study, she became interested specifically in assessment and intervention for students with language-based learning disabilities. Greer completed her Wilson Reading System Level I Certification and is currently working toward her Level II Certification. She is excited to provide Wilson Reading System intervention to students with reading deficits.
Phone: 440-397-4056 x701
Jennifer earned her undergraduate degree in Psychology and Spanish from John Carroll University. At that time, she became involved in special education, completing a practicum at a school for children with autism. She continued working with students with autism, providing ABA tutoring following this experience. While obtaining her Master's and Education Specialist degrees at John Carroll University, she worked as a graduate assistant in the office of Services for Students with Disabilities. Among many responsibilities, including writing 504 plans and aiding in providing accommodations to students with disabilities, Jennifer helped form a workshop series for students to learn essential educational skills such as note-taking, organization, test taking, etc. She worked as a school psychologist in a local public school system for three years following graduation. Jennifer is currently attending Cleveland State University pursuing her Ph.D. in Urban Education with a specialization in Learning and Development. She conducts psychoeducational evaluations for Achievement Advantage Assessment & Services. Additionally, she enjoys being an adjunct instructor for universities in the Cleveland Area.