Katsiaryna Aniskovich, LMCH, Ph.D.


Prior to completing her doctoral degree in School Psychology at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Dr. Aniskovich received graduate school training in career guidance psychology at Belarusian National University and mental health counseling at Cambridge College. During graduate school, Dr. Aniskovich conducted research on the social emotional curriculum and positive-behavioral support practices available to diverse students. She also conducted a dissertation assessing students’ and teachers’ perspectives about ways of building school connectedness among Hispanic/Latinx youth.

Dr. Aniskovich completed her pre-doctoral internship in Clinical Psychology at the L.U.K. (Let Us Know) Crisis Center, Inc. in Fitchburg, Massachusetts, where she conducted comprehensive and integrated psychological evaluations and offered trauma-informed school-based services for high-needs students. Services were provided at all levels including elementary, middle, and high schools. During her post-doctoral training, Dr. Aniskovich works in Nashua high school where she specializes in providing individual and group counseling, consultation, and psychological evaluations for children with psychological, developmental, social-emotional, and behavioral concerns.