Dr. Joyce is co-principal investigator on a professional development grant investigating Response-to-Intervention (RtI) and Multi-tiered Systems of Support (MTSS) methods of school-based interventions delivery for child/adolescent social-emotional and mental health needs.
Ph.D. – University of Florida, Educational Psychology
Ed.S. – University of Florida, Educational Psychology
M.A. – University of Florida, Educational Psychology
B.A. – University of Florida, Psychology
Activities & Honors
2008 College of Education, Scholarship of Engagement Award
2007 Junior Faculty of the Year Award—Development Scholarship. Psychological Corporation
Key Professional Appointments
Associate Scholar, University of Florida, Department of Special Education, School Psychology, and Early Childhood Studies
Licensed Psychologist PY6872, State of Florida
School Psychologist, National Certification (NCSP)
Faculty-in-Residence/Psychologist, P.K.Yonge Developmental Research School
American Psychological Association Accreditation Site Visit Chair,
Florida Association of School Psychologists, Training and Credentialing Chair
Co-Principal Investigator, Transforming Inquiry and Educational Practice Through Response-to-Intervention (Project TIER), 2009 – 2014, USDOE $800, 000.
Co-Principal Investigator, Improving Professional Preparation of School Psychologists and School Counselors in a Response to Intervention Model, 2005 – 2006, Florida State Improvement Grant, Bureau of Exceptional Education and Student Services, Faculty Innovation Institute III (FII-3) Project, $30, 000.
Psychoeducational Measurement Instruments, Graduate Student Lab, 2004, Woodcock-Munoz Foundation, Woodcock-Munoz Bateria III, $17, 700.
Joyce-Beaulieu, D., & Sulkowski, M. (in press). Cognitive behavioral therapy in K-12 schools: A practitioner’s workbook. NY: Springer Publishing.
Joyce-Beaulieu, D., & Sulkowski, M. (in press). The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders: Fifth edition (DSM-5) model of impairment. In S. Goldstein, & J. A. Naglieri (Eds.). Handbook of impairment (2nd ed.). NY: Springer Science+Business Media LLC.
Joyce-Beaulieu, D., & Welsh, J., (2014). What are the roles of related service personnel in inclusive schools? In J. McLeskey, N. L. Waldron, F. Spooner, & B. Algozzine. (Eds.). Handbook of effective inclusive schools: Research and practice (pp. 107-117). New York: Routledge Taylor & Francis Group.
Sulkowski, M., & Joyce-Beaulieu, D. (2014). School-Based Service Delivery for Homeless Students: Relevant Laws and Overcoming Access Barriers. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 84.
Joyce-Beaulieu, D. & Grapin, S. (2014). Support for those with mental illness beyond high school. Kappan 96(4).
Joyce, D., & Rossen, E., (2014). Preparation of school and psychologists in the United States. International Journal of School and Educational Psychology, 2(3), 166-171. DOI:10.103.2014.934643
Poitevien, C. Sloan, A., & Joyce, D. (2014). The new DSM-5 and Interventions for Autism Spectrum Disorder: What school psychologists need to know. Florida Association of School Psychologists Newsletter 40(2), 38-43.
Soutullo, O., Palma, L., & Joyce, D. (2014). DSM-5 Depression symptoms and interventions: What school psychologist need to know. Florida Association of School Psychologists Newsletter 40(1), 34-47.
Saklofske, D., Joyce, D. K., Sulkowski, M. L., & . Climie, E., (2013). Models for the personality assessment of children and adolescents. In D. H. Saklofske, C. Reynolds, & V. L. Schwean (Eds.), The Oxford handbook of child psychological Assessment (pp. 348-365). New York: Oxford University Press.
Joyce, D., & Grapin, S. (2012). School Psychologists’ Role in Facilitating Successful Post-secondary Transitions for Students with Disabilities. Communique’, 41(3), 1-22.
Sulkowski, M., & Joyce, D. (2012). School psychology goes to college: The emerging role of school psychology in college communities. Psychology in the Schools, 49(8), 809-815.
Joyce, D. (2010). Essentials of temperament assessment. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons.
Joyce, D., & Rossen, E. (2010). Personality. In E. Mpofu & T. Oakland (Eds.), Assessment in rehabilitation and health (pp. 790-836). Boston, MA: Allyn & Bacon.
Joyce, D., & Dempsey, A. (2009). The DSM model of impairment. In S. Goldstein & J. Naglieri (Eds.), Assessing impairment: From theory to practice, (pp. 77-92). NY: Springer. Science+Business Media LLC.