Eileen, Schanel-Klitsch, BA, MA, PhD

Adjunct, College of health sciences, Education and Rehabilitation

eklitsch@salus.edu

Education:

  • BA, Fairleigh Dickinson University
  • MA, PhD, Temple University

Role a Salus University:

  • College of Health Sciences, Education and Rehabilitation
  • Dr. Eileen Schanel-Klitsch is a licensed psychologist who specializes in working with children with visual impairments and their families. She teaches Human Development and Research in the College of Health Sciences, Education and Rehabilitation. Dr. Schanel-Klitsch has presented her research at professional conferences both nationally and internationally, and has published in various professional journals.

Professional Honors and Activities:

  • Fellow, Pennsylvania Psychological Association
  • Member, American Psychological Association; North Carolina Psychological Association

Clinical Specialty:

  • Child psychology

Selected Representative Publications:

  • Schanel-Klitsch, E. and Siegfried, J.B. (1987) High frequency wavelets in early infancy. Infant Behavior and Development, 10:325-336.
  • Schanel-Klitsch, E. (1992). Preferential looking: reliable acuity assessment for the low vision infant and child. Journal of Visual Impairment and Blindness, 86(1), 71-72.
  • Schanel-Klitsch, E., Ciner, E.B., Graboyes, M., and Appel, S. Visual evaluation of the multiply impaired: The success of the interdisciplinary team approach. Review, 31(1), 1999