Dr. Nicole Yetter is extremely passionate about creating a safe and respectful working/learning environment for all! She received her Bachelor’s Degree in Rehabilitation Services Education and a Minor in Psychology from The Pennsylvania State University. She obtained her Master’s Degree in Guidance K-12 from the State University of West Georgia. Recently, she earned her Doctorate in Education from Grand Canyon University. Dr. Yetter’s dissertation reviewed the effect of implementing classroom meetings on student performance indicators including; academic performance, attendance, documented discipline, and bullying behaviors. Dr. Yetter is also a Certified Olweus Trainer and has her AAC II (Associate Addictions Counselor). Over the past 16 years, Dr. Yetter has worked with and spoken to thousands of students, educators, parents, and community members on an array of topics. These included; Substance Abuse, Grief & Loss, Decision Making, Empathy, Bullying, Internet Safety, and other related topics. Most recently, she was a featured presenter at the 2012 National Conference on Bullying in Orlando, Florida. Dr. Yetter also acts as an Educational Consultant for various School Districts across the country, the PA Bullying Prevention Support Plan Workgroup, and The CyberBully Hotline, just to name a few. She currently resides in suburban Philadelphia with her husband and children where she is employed at a large suburban high school as a Guidance Counselor.