Bill Sullivan is a Nationally Certified School Psychologist and a Licensed Psychoeducational Specialist. A native South Carolinian, Bill attended Newberry College on a basketball scholarship. Upon graduation, he worked at William S. Hall Psychiatric Institute and also taught special needs students in the public school system. He earned a Master's in Schoool Psychology at Winthrop and worked as a school psychologist in Richland School District One.
Bill completed his Ph.D. in School Psychology at USC. He has also taught classes in Child Development, Addolescent Development, Learning, and Classroom Management at USC and The Citadel.
Bill retired from Richland School District Two as the Coordinator of School Psychologists. He worked with students and their families on learning and behavioral issues.
Dr. Sullivan is a great resource within our group to help parents navigate the IEP/504 Plan maze. He worked in the school district for years and has a wealth of information regarding what accommodations are possible and how to possibly go about getting them for children. He also knows a lot about the laws, and if he doesn't know an answer, he knows people who do. He is available for IEP consultations for parents who would like help in this area. This is not a service that insurance pays so it would have to be billed as self-pay.
At Lake Psychological Services Bill focuses on children and adolescents. He is skilled in the assessement of learning and behavioral problems. He believes all young people benefit from having a thorough understanding of their learning strengths and weaknesses. He helps his clients to understand the changing nature of family dynamics.
Bill is an avid gardner and enjoys spending his free time in his yard. He also volunteers his time to Salkehatchie, a ministry that provides home improvements and repairs to low income families.