Ameet Bosmia, Ed.S, NCSP
Ameet Bosmia, Ed.S, NCSP, is a Nationally Certified School Psychologist working within Birmingham City Schools (BCS) where he is involved in the district-wide provision of social-emotional and behavioral interventions, mental health services, threat risk assessments, and suicide risk assessments for students Grades K-12.
Ameet Bosmia is involved in both research and university-based activities involving youth with Emotional Disabilities (ED), trauma informed practices, alterative school placement, suicide prevention, intervention, and postvention, Crisis Prevention Intervention (CPI) and de-escalation training, gang and community violence, professional development for school and community-based staff regarding behavior management, and the development of interconnected system framework for school-based mental health (SBMH). He provides district level consultation services for school systems needing assistance with the development of a multi-tiered systems of support (MTSS) framework and response to intervention (RTI) services for both academic and behavior intervention services.
Ameet Bosmia was born and raised in the Birmingham area and received his Bachelors of Science (B.S.) degree in Psychology at Birmingham-Southern College in Birmingham, AL. He completed his Education Specialist (Ed.S) degree in School Psychologist at the University of Washington in Seattle, Washington. Following the completion of his Ed.S degree, Ameet Bosmia served as a School Psychologist in Aiken, South Carolina before returning to his native Birmingham. He served as an administrator of special education services with Shelby County School for 3 years before returning back to his role as a School Psychologist with Birmingham City Schools. He is in the process of completing his Doctor of Education (Ed.D) degree in School Psychology at the Loyola University of Chicago.
Ameet Bosmia’s research interests include youth suicide, structuring alternative school settings, and interconnected system framework for school-based mental health. Ameet also serves as the Government and Professional Relations – State Liaison Officer (GPR) for the Alabama Association of School Psychologists (AASP) and is a co-founder of the Joint Task Force for School Based Mental Health (JT-SBMH).
Ameet Bosmia is an active member of the National Association of School Psychologists, Alabama Association of School Psychologists, and Join Task Force for School Based Mental Health.