Phone: (610) 269-2083, Ext. 11473
Degrees and Certifications:
Rutgers University in New Brunswick, NJ, B.A. in Psychology Widener University in Chester, PA, Masters degree in Clinical Psychology and a Doctor of Psychology (PsyD) in Clinical Psychology Widener University, Chester, PA, Certificates in School Psychology and Prevention/Community Psychology
Dr. Tony Nordone is the School Psychologist for both Uwchlan Hills and West Bradford Elementary Schools. He also previously serviced Brandywine Wallace Elementary, East Ward Elementary and Pickering Valley Elementary Schools, as well as being a consultant to the SAILS program at the Downingtown High School during its first three years of inception. Tony has periodically provided in-service training for paraprofessionals in the district on the topic of understanding and supporting students with ADHD. Other areas of professional interest include childhood development, developmental disorders, mental health, prevention and resiliency in children and adolescents.
Before taking a position with the DASD, Tony graduated from Rutgers University in New Brunswick, NJ, earning a B.A. in Psychology. Following this, Tony furthered his training at Widener University in Chester, PA, earning both a Masters degree in Clinical Psychology and a Doctor of Psychology (PsyD) in Clinical Psychology. Tony’s graduate training included working with children in foster care at Children & Youth Services in Chester, PA; individual and group counseling at a substance abuse clinic at Crozer-Chester Hospital in Chester, PA; school psychology internship at Unionville-Chadds Ford School District; inpatient psychological assessment at the Rockford Center in Newark, DE; and both partial hospitalization and outpatient treatment for patients at the Philadelphia Center for Human Development in North East Philadelphia. Tony specialized and earned certifications from Widener University in the areas of School Psychology and Prevention/Community Psychology. Tony is in his 15th year with the Downingtown Area School District.