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Crisis Reporting by Tres Mali Scott 016 This topic is endorsed in part by by Tres Mali Scott, M.Ed., M.S., ABD Certified School Counselor State of Oklahoma, 2nd Place Citizen Journalist Award Winner on .

The United States of America Educational System falls under paranormal Psychology (PNP) because curricula development, lesson plans, test construction, and extracurricular activities consider students’ physical, physiological, biological, psychological, and social development. With improvements in identification and diagnoses of true psychopathology and what is called the “mainstreaming system”,  paranormal psychology is a discipline to collect effective improvements for our “mainstream population” of students for solutions to the educational issues.

j0433195 Students that are a part of the mainstream  “student body” may have mild forms of psychopathological disorders that will not be diagnosed or formally treated, and effects achievement and not functioning. Understanding the non-psychopathological issues improve curricula development, test construction, lesson plan development, improve social training, and increase participation of students in extracurricular activities.

Paranormal Psychological (PNP) characterizations of behaviors also may improve therapist diagnoses accuracy, reduce misdiagnoses, and allow improved treatment plans for these non-diagnosed clients.

They may appear as adjustment disorders, people need time to adjust to physical changes, physiological changes, biological changes, psychological changes, and social changes. These changes do not mean that the person is psychopathological.