Katy Landis

Educational Psychologist




(619) 500-6282



Katy Landis, a Licensed Educational Psychologist, boasts a distinguished career spanning over 12 years, deeply committed to working directly with families and students within the educational realm. Her core philosophy revolves around empowering students to connect with their inner voices and harness their inner strengths to advocate for themselves, ultimately paving the path to success. Katy’s academic journey is impressive, with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology with a Waiver of Completion in Liberal Studies from California Lutheran University. She further pursued her graduate education at Chapman University, where she attained a Master of Arts Degree in School Psychology, an Education Specialist Degree, and a Pupil Personnel Services Credential. She rounded off her academic achievements by completing all the requisite teaching courses for the Multiple Subject Teaching Credential at Cal State University, Long Beach.

Katy’s hallmark lies in her unwavering dedication to a student-centered and holistic approach. This approach allows her to gain profound insights into the unique needs of the children she serves, thereby nurturing their positive growth. Her extensive professional journey has traversed a diverse array of educational settings, from elementary and middle schools to high schools, including alternative programs such as community day schools, continuation programs, and non-public/residential settings. Katy’s repertoire also encompasses substantial expertise in working with individuals spanning the spectrum of mild to severe disabilities. Her professional proficiency further extends to encompass behavior support and educationally-related counseling.

Katy’s primary objective is consistently rooted in championing the best interests of the child, leveraging their inherent strengths to bolster their areas of need. Her areas of specialization encompass a wide spectrum, including learning disabilities, ADHD/ADD, Autism Spectrum Disorders, Behavioral Disorders, IEPs, 504 Plans, and Functional Behavior Analysis & Interventions, among other educational domains.

Outside of her professional role, Katy Landis finds fulfillment in her role as a wife and mother of three dynamic children in North County San Diego. Her personal pursuits embrace family time, outdoor activities, volunteering, and actively supporting her children’s interests and activities. On weekends, she’s often spotted shuttling between various sporting events, wholeheartedly cheering on her kids as they engage in basketball, baseball, lacrosse, and dance. Katy is an active member of professional organizations, with affiliations including the California Association of School Psychologists (CASP) and the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP).


  • B.A. in Psychology from California Lutheran University
  • M.A. in School Psychology from Chapman University

Professional Employment

Capistrano Unified School District
Saddleback Valley Unified School District
Chino Valley Unified School District
Long Beach Unified School District

Professional Memberships and Affiliations

California Association of School Psychologists (CASP)
National Association of School Psychologists (NASP)

Licensing and Credentialing

  • Licensed Educational Psychologist (LEP #4191)
  • Pupil Personnel Services Credential (PPS # 230065792)
  • Multiple Subject Teaching Credential at Cal State University, Long Beach