Dr. Doug Anderson
Doug grew up in Minneapolis and then attended the University of California, San Diego earning his Honors Psychology degree with an emphasis in Education. He completed his Ph.D. at the University of Minnesota in School Psychology and Special Education.
Doug Anderson, Ph.D., is a Licensed Minnesota School Psychologist, Licensed Psychologist and ICF Professional Certified Coach. Doug was a special education teacher in S.E. Asia for three years and was fortunate to travel extensively throughout S.E. Asia, including areas with many Hmong families and communities, for service projects, cultural liaison experiences and for travel. He has practiced as a school psychologist for over 20 years and has been working with charter schools for approximately 10 years. He has expertise in classroom and school level behavior management, response to intervention, trauma/PTSD, solution-focused counseling and solution-focused behavior management.
Reasons for working in education:
Doug loves working with students, parents, and teachers as a school psychologist to enhance the social, emotional, behavioral and academic success of students. Doug is passionate about working with students from diverse cultures and has loved his experiences learning more about Hmong culture through his students and families.
Interesting Facts and Hobbies:
Doug has two sons and loves the outdoors, hiking, travel, learning about other cultures, music and spending time with family and friends.