Katherine M. Cintrón Sánchez

My name is Katherine Cintron Sanchez. I'm from Puerto Rico. I am currently finishing a master's degree in school psychology.  I've had amazing experiences with kids from different ages while doing my bachelor's in psychology and being a gymnastics coach. Each one impacted me in a way that my passion to help kids and family grew even more and that led me to decide that I wanted to become a school psychologist. I did an internship at an elementary and middle school in Puerto Rico where I put my competencies to practice by administering psychoeducational and psychological assessments.

I love spending time at the beach surfing or just walking with my dog Blue. I think that connecting with nature helps us have better mental health. I enjoy music, movies, and spending time with my family.

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Test Administration

Psychoeducational Testing


Elementary School

Middle School






What would you say to someone who is very anxious about learning problems in school?

I would tell them that their feelings are valid and that they are not alone. I would remind them that they have a support system here at Parallel who will help them thrive in their challenges in school.

Why are you passionate about helping students with learning differences?

I am passionate about helping students with learning differences because I believe that every child should feel empowered even if they have a learning differences. That way they will all thrive in their academic journey.

What gets you excited about Parallel?

What gets me excited about Parallel is how they empower kids with learning differences. And how I can connect with different families around the United States without having to leave Puerto Rico thanks to the remote mode.

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