Dr. Michele McIntyre began her career as a certified school psychologist working for the Colonial Intermediate Unit where she provided psychoeducational testing and consultative services for children with low incident disabilities including physical disabilities, intellectual disabilities, and multiple disabilities. She was the sole school psychologist for the Saucon Valley School District where she provided comprehensive psychological services for students age 5-21. Dr. McIntyre received her doctorate degree from the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, where she enhanced her skills in psycho-educational assessment, intervention planning, and cognitive behavioral therapy. Dr. McIntyre completed her pre- and post-doctoral internships at Special People in the Northeast (SPIN). During her time at SPIN, Dr. McIntyre gained extensive experience working with individuals on the autism spectrum (preschool through adulthood), providing behavioral assessment and consultation, intervention planning, social skills training, and family support.
During her post-doctoral fellowship, Dr. McIntyre served as a staff psychologist for SPIN’s Philadelphia Autism Center for Excellence, providing diagnostic and biopsychosocial evaluations for ABA and BHRS services. She also provided outpatient counseling services. Currently, Dr. McIntyre is a school psychologist with the Central Bucks School District (CBSD) where she provides a variety of services including psychoeducational assessment and intervention planning, functional behavioral assessments, teacher consultation, individual and group counseling, and staff development. Dr. McIntyre serves on the district’s wellness committee and has received recognition for her work on school-wide positive behavior support committees.
Dr. McIntyre joined the staff at Aspire in May of 2019, providing outpatient therapy and evaluation services. Dr. McIntyre’s areas of specialty and interest include autism spectrum disorders, learning disabilities, anxiety disorders, ADHD, and parent-child interaction therapy. Her approach is client and family-centered, with an emphasis on behavioral, cognitive-behavioral, and collaborative problem-solving techniques.
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2004-2008 Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, PsyD
1996-1998 Eastern University, MS, School Psychology
Special People in the Northeast – Department of Behavioral and Developmental Services
Special People in the Northeast – Philadelphia Autism Center for Excellence