A nationally certified school psychologist (NCSP), Charles firmly believes that his professional practice is always about children.  Informed by principles of justice and equity, his scholarship, presentations, and workshops are centered on promoting positive outcomes for children's academic, social, emotional, and behavioral well-being.  The articles below are evidence of his philosophical approach to serving students, families, schools, and communities.

School Psychologist as Servant: Implications for Assumptions and Practice Barrett, C. A. (2013). School Psychologist as Servant: Implications for Assumptions and Practice. School Psychology in Virginia, Fall, 10-11. 56.8 KB
What About Me? School Psychologists and the Least of These Barrett, C. A. (2015). What About Me? School Psychologists and the Least of These. Communique, 43, 6, 12-13. 42.8 KB
Keeping the Main Thing the Main Thing: School Psychologists, RtI, and Asking the Right Questions Barrett, C. A. (2018). Keeping the Main Thing the Main Thing: School Psychologists, RtI, and Asking the Right Questions. School Psychology in Virginia, Fall/Winter, 4-5. 85.9 KB