Robert B. Breyer, Ph.D., Milwaukee, WI
Robert Breyer has been a school psychologist for 33 years and retired from Milwaukee Public Schools in June 2000. In that setting, he developed expertise in the administration and interpretation of assessments that included intellectual, academic, socio-emotional, and sensory-motor functioning. Since 1986, he has had experience in private practice as a licensed psychologist.
During 1999-2000, Dr. Breyer worked as an examiner administering trial protocols of the Stanford-Binet Intelligence Scales, Fifth Edition (SB5). In 2001, he became a site coordinator/examiner in the standardization of the SB5 in Milwaukee and St. Petersburg, Florida. He has tested or supervised the testing of over 100 individuals in the SB5 study. Presently, he is a consulting psychologist for the School District of Brown Deer where he has used the SB5 extensively in his evaluations.
Dr. Breyer obtained his baccalaureate degree in political science from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, master's in rehabilitation counseling from the University of Iowa, and Ph.D. in educational psychology from Marquette University. His professional credentials include Wisconsin licenses for the practice of both school and generic psychology. Also, he has a lifetime Wisconsin DPI credential in school psychology and membership in the National Certification for School Psychology.
Dr. Breyer has done SB5 training sessions in Wisconsin, Illinois and Alabama. With his practical experience, he brings an informed yet entertaining approach to understanding and applying this instrument in both school and clinical settings.