Dianibel Aviles Ph.D.
Coordinator of Related Services & Director of the Linda B. Chipkin Early Years Center at Indian Neck School
Dianibel joined the Branford Public Schools in 2008, when she was appointed the district’s Coordinator of Related Services. Prior to this position, she served in New Haven Public Schools as a bilingual school psychologist for five years. Dianibel was also a clinical psychologist in the medical model in the following settings: Yale Child Study Center, Hartford Hospital: Institute of Living, and St. Francis Home for Children. She completed her undergraduate work at Albertus Magnus College, where she majored in experimental psychology. Dianibel was awarded a master's degree in counseling and school psychology from Southern Connecticut State University, and a Ph.D. in child and adolescent clinical psychology from St. John's University. Her endorsement in intermediate administration and supervision is from Southern Connecticut State University. Her areas of strong interest are focused on child development and developmental and autism spectrum disorders, as well as diagnostic evaluations and social-emotional development. She lives in Branford with her husband and two children.