Brian Mincey is a school psychologist for a school district in Georgia. For 11 years, Mr. Mincey served as a consultative resource in leading and/or facilitating procedures aligned with the Multi-Tiered Systems of Supports (MTSS) model. This included the implementation of Positive Behavioral Interventions & Supports (PBIS), where Mr. Mincey’s role as a school-based coach garnered an “Operational PBIS Status” award from the Georgia Department of Education as well as a resolution bill from the Georgia State Senate.
Mr. Mincey’s prior engagements in public speaking focused on best practices in school-based mental health services, as supported by these organizations: Florida Association of School Psychologists (FASP), Student Support Team Association for Georgia Educators (SSTAGE), and Georgia Association for Positive Behavior Support (GAPBS). Additional responsibilities came from a past stint with the Georgia Association of School Psychologists (GASP), where Mr. Mincey served as a region representative for the South Metropolitan Atlanta area.
Final contributions involved a past stint at the Florida Center for Reading Research. Mr. Mincey’s contributions to a qualitative study resulted in a published article in Remedial and Special Education, for which he received credit as a co-author.