Dr. Gregory Endelman has held various administrative positions, including early intervention coordinator, assistant principal of pupil services, coordinator of special education, county office of education coordinator, elementary principal, junior high principal, high school principal, and director of special education. Prior to his administrative experience, Dr. Endelman served as a school counselor, school psychologist, and behavior specialist. He has also worked at local universities serving as an instructor within various teacher credentialing programs.
Dr. Gregory Endelman completed his doctoral studies in education from Brandman University, part of the Chapman University System. His doctoral project was focused on the implementation of educationally related mental health services for students with disabilities. He is currently completing original research on this same topic as part of his dissertation. Dr. Endelman obtained a master’s degree in educational psychology, as well as a master’s degree in counseling from Chapman University. He earned his Professional Clear Administrative Services Credential from the University of California, Irvine. He also holds valid Pupil Personnel Services Credentials in the areas of school psychology, school counseling, and child welfare and attendance supervision. He is licensed by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences as an Educational Psychologist and is a certified behavior specialist.