Dr. Roberta Krauss has worked with children, families, and schools for over twenty five years, in Early Intervention programs, the public school system, and in private practice. A psychologist at the Bryn Mawr College Child Study Institute since 2002 until its closing in 2018, she is continuing in independent practice.  

Dr. Krauss completed the doctoral program in School Psychology, along with the Early Childhood Specialization Program, at Temple University, a program approved by the American Psychological Association (APA). She has been a certified school psychologist by the Pennsylvania Department of Education since 1994 and a licensed psychologist by the state of Pennsylvania since 1999. She is also a certified Lifestyle Meditation teacher.  

She has been involved in the Pennsylvania Branch of the International Dyslexia Association and has given talks at local schools and colleges on topics such as reading readiness, reading development, the importance of play in child development, and mindfulness.