Carol Langley, Ed.D, R.C.C.

Carol has worked in a variety of roles within the field of education. Her teaching experience includes working in a multi-grade classroom in a K-12 school in Saskatchewan and in an International School in Saudi Arabia. Carol has been working in the West Vancouver School District for over twenty years. She works as a school psychologist/counsellor. Areas of focus include assessment, learning disabilities, working with aboriginal students and their families to promote educational success, and psychoeducation and counselling with students with special needs.   Carol has enjoyed the supervision of many school psychologist interns over the years. In addition, she has been teaching the Assessment in Counselling class (EGC 542) at City University since 2013.

Carol received her Bachelor of Education from the University of Saskatchewan, her Master of Education from the University of Regina, and her Doctorate of Education from the University of Leicester in the United Kingdom. Carol is a Certified School Psychologist with the BC Association of School Psychologists, as well as a member of the Canadian and National School Psychologist Associations. She is also a Registered Clinical Counsellor with the BC Association of Clinical Counsellors.

Courses taught at CityUniversity

  • Assessment & Evaluation in Counselling (EGC 542)


1995-present: School Psychologist, West Vancouver School District #45

1993–1997: Teacher/Librarian, Yanbu International School

1985–1988:Teacher Biggar School District


Doctorate of Education (Teaching & Learning; Psychology), University of Leicester, 2006

Master of Education (Counselling Psychology; Psycho-educational Assessment), University of Regina, 1990

Bachelor of Education, University of Saskatchewan, 1984