Psychological Services at George Mason
Meet Your School Psychologist
Degrees and Certifications:
Greg Huebner, School Psychologist
Days: Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri
Greg Huebner is our bilingual school psychologist. Mr. Huebner most recently came from working in Washington D.C. He received his masters in education from CUNY-Brooklyn and completed his internship in Fairfax County, Va. His professional interests include teaching social emotional learning to students and parents, as well as bringing a strong focus on Response to Intervention to the classroom. During his graduate program, he worked for a non-profit called, Move This World, which focuses on creating self-awareness and empathy in children through movement-based activities. This gave him a lot of experience working in the classroom.
Greg and his wife have a rescue dog and cat who both love to be outdoors and they’ve kind of learned to like each other. He enjoys traveling, hiking, bicycling, reading, and playing the guitar. Greg strongly believes that the school psychologist can have an extremely positive impact on the overall quality of a school and in creating relationships with teachers, staff, families and relationships with the community.
ACPS School Psychologists
School psychologists help children and youth succeed academically, socially and emotionally. They collaborate with educators, parents and other professionals to create safe, healthy and supportive learning environments that strengthen connections between home and school.
Learn more about ACPS school psychology services and find additional resources on the ACPS website.