Erin Münch, co-owner of Summit Evaluations, LLC, is a New Jersey certified school psychologist who has proudly and happily worked in the field of education since 2004. She has worked with students of all ages, from those who are not yet three to those who are nearing the age of 21, as well as with students of varying ability levels. Over the years, Erin has worked in both public and nonpublic schools in a multitude of capacities including case manager, evaluator, consultant, behavior specialist, and educational presenter. She is highly skilled in conducting cognitive evaluations, assessing behavioral and emotional difficulties, interpreting evaluative findings, and developing meaningful and measurable Individualized Education/Service Plans. Erin thoroughly enjoys working with students and their families, helping to uncover what unique needs each child has and the supports s/he requires to perform most optimally in school. She is passionate in acting as a liaison between families and schools to promote growth in each student not only academically, but also socially and emotionally. As a mother of two young children, Erin appreciates each family’s desire to understand their child’s needs and to want the very best for him/her. This is what drives her to professional excellence when evaluating children and propels her to work hand-in-hand with parents and schools to benefit the student’s educational future—because that is what she would want for her own beloved children.
Erin earned a Bachelor’s in Psychology with academic honors from what is now Stockton University and, a few years later, earned a Master’s in School Psychology and Educational Specialist degree from Rowan University. Erin then went on to receive her Supervisor of Education certificate. Erin lives in South Jersey with her loving husband and two children. She enjoys the beach, a good book, and spending quality time with her family and friends.