1: Why do you want to work as a school psychologist? Q 2: What do you want to accomplish on this position? Q 3: Why do you want to work as a counselor at our school (in our district)? Why not some other institution/place? Q 4: Trust is extremely important in this position. How would you gain trust of the students? Q 5: How do you handle criticism? Q 6: What goals would you set for yourself in this job? Q 7: How important is paperwork for you? Q 8: How do you imagine a typical day in work as a school psychologist? Q 9: What do you expect from teachers, parents, school administrators, and school counselors? Q 10: What would you do if a student shared with you their suicide plans? Q 11: In your opinion, what are the most common mental and emotional problems children face nowadays? Q 12: How do you cope with disappointment in work? Q 13: Describe a time you were under pressure (in work or at school). How did you handle the situation? Q 14: What assessment tools do you consider most effective? Q 15: What experiences have you had with crisis prevention or intervention? Q 16: Describe a time you demonstrated leadership in school, or in work. Q 17: What would you do if a parent insisted that you did an inappropriate test or talk with their child? Q 18: How would you decide whether a child is eligible for special education? Q 19: Tell us about a time when you belonged to a successful team and describe your role in the success of a team. Q 20: What experience do you have working with students from culturally diverse backgrounds? Q 21: Violence is increasing at schools, including fatal incidents. What can you do about it as a school psychologist? Q 22: What do you consider the greatest challenges school psychologists face nowadays? Q 23: How would you handle working at several different schools in the district Q 24: Is there anything else we did not cover that you would like us to know about you as we consider you as a candidate for the position of a school psychologist? Q 25: Do you have any questions?