Dr. Kimberly M. Daniel, Ph.D.
Ph.D., The Pennsylvania State University
M.S., The Pennsylvania State University
B.S., Howard University
Dr. Kimberly M. Daniel, Ph.D. is Assistant Professor and Coordinator of the School Psychology Program at Bowie State University. She obtained her Bachelor of Science Degree from Howard University. She completed her graduate training at The Pennsylvania State University where she obtained her Master's and Ph.D. in School Psychology. Dr. Daniel has worked as a School Psychologist in the Pennsylvania and Maryland public school systems for 16 years.
Dr. Daniel is a state certified Maryland School Psychologist and a Licensed Psychologist in the District of Columbia. She holds active memberships in the Maryland School Psychologists’ Association, National Association of School Psychologists, American Psychological Association, Trainers of School Psychologists and Council of Exceptional Children. Currently she manages the daily activities of the School Psychology program at Bowie State.
Dr. Daniel has taught several courses including: School Assessment, School Based Consultation, Psychological and Educational Interventions, Counseling in the Schools, Practicum and Internship. Dr. Daniel’s research interests include topics such as school consultation and problem-solving practices in schools, the impact of depression on learning, pre-referral intervention practices at the secondary level, parent training, and the impact of ADHD on learning in higher education.
- School consultation
- Problem-solving practices in urban settings
- The impact of depression on learning
- Pre-referral intervention practices at the secondary level
- Parent training
- The impact of ADHD on learning in higher education
Daniel, K.M. and West, J.M. (2008). School psychology comes to Bowie State University. Maryland School Psychologists’ Association PROTOCOL, 28(4), 8.
Elam, A. and Daniel, K.M. (2004, Winter). Calvert County dabbles in DIBELS. Maryland School Psychologists’ Association PROTOCOL, 25(2), 19.
- Daniel, K. (2010). Culturally Relevant and Responsive Practices for Assessment and Intervention: Building A Framework. Workshop presented for School Psychologists in Baltimore County Public Schools: Baltimore, MD.
- Lucas, A., Jeter, R., Daniel, K. (2010). Life Satisfaction and Midlife Transition. Workshop presented at the Student Adlerian Society Conference. Bowie State University: Bowie, MD.
- West, J., Daniel, K., and Ginyard, E. (2010). Helping African American Girls Build Sturdy Footprints for a Healthy Self Image: Examining Issues of Hair, Color, and Size. Workshop presented at the Student Adlerian Society Conference. Bowie State University: Bowie, MD.
- Daniel, K. and West, J. (2009). Promising practices for promoting self-understanding and emotional regulation through universal supports in schools. Workshop presented at the Student Adlerian Conference. Bowie State University: Bowie, MD.
- Daniel, K. et. al. (2008, May). Professional competency: What consumers, student trainees, And emerging professionals should know. Panel discussant for the Ninth Annual Mental Health and Disability Awareness Day. Bowie State University: Bowie, Maryland.
- Daniel, K. and Kardiasmenos, K. (2008). An investigation of AD/HD factors that impact performance at a HBCU. Poster session presented at the Winter Bowie Faculty Institute. Bowie State University: Bowie, MD.
- Daniel, K.; Teel, Linda; Logan, Kim; David, Wanda (2007, September). Learning differences, educating those who don’t have one. Presentation to the Largo Community Church Sunday School Teachers. Largo Community Church-: Largo, Maryland
- Maryland School Psychologists Association (MSPA)
- National Association of School Psychologists (NASP)
- American Psychological Association (APA)
- Council of Exceptional Children (CEC)
- Trainers in School Psychology (TSP)