Kristen S. Hassett, Ph.D.
Dr. Hassett is a Licensed Psychologist and Nationally Certified School Psychologist who received her doctoral degree in school psychology from the University of Houston. Dr. Hassett’s expertise is assessing for learning and intellectual disabilities in children and adolescents. She also specializes in assessment with young children and IQ testing for intellectual giftedness. Dr. Hassett has significant experience in ADHD and autism spectrum disorders assessment, working with school districts, and providing Independent Educational Evaluations. In addition to working with Specialized Assessment and Consulting, Dr. Hassett is currently a Clinical Assistant Professor of special education at the University of Houston and she supervises the Educational Diagnostician program. Dr. Hassett had experience at Blue Bird Circle Clinic for Pediatric Neurology where she worked with clients with a variety of medical conditions, including Tourette's Syndrome, seizure disorders, cerebral palsy, ADHD, and traumatic brain injury. Dr. Hassett worked as a school psychologist in public schools in the Houston area for 7 years before engaging in private practice. Dr. Hassett previously functioned as the Administrator for the Psychological Services Practicum and Internship Training program in Spring Branch ISD.
Holly Marie Schrier, Psy. D.
Dr. Shrier is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist who received her Doctorate of Psychology from Baylor University. Dr. Schrier has extensive experience with assessment and treatment of children, adolescents, and adults from a variety of cultural and ethnic backgrounds. She has experience evaluating for ADHD and learning disorders to provide documentation for post secondary education and standardized exams, such as the SAT and MCAT. Dr. Schrier provides psycho-educational testing to identify intellectual giftedness. Dr. Schrier has functioned as the lead psychologist for a multi-disciplinary team assessing for Autism and other developmental delays in a hospital setting. Dr. Schrier’s expertise also includes the psychological assessment of anxiety, depression, adjustment issues, and behavioral problems which may be hindering school and/or social performance. Additional areas of expertise include anxiety/phobias, depression, ADHD, Autism, Behavioral Issues, and Grief and Loss. Dr. Schrier’s treatment philosophy is that of a whole-person, whole-family approach. Assessments include interviews with parents, when appropriate, as well as selecting empirically-sound testing measures in order to best diagnose problems and facilitate appropriate interventions.
Erika Westreich, Psy. D.
received her doctoral degree in School Psychology from St. John’s University in New York. She completed her dissertation under the mentorship of Dr. Dawn Flanagan, a noted expert in the identification of learning disabilities. As a licensed specialist in school psychology, she has worked in the Alief Independent School District at the elementary and middle school levels as well as on a specialized early childhood multidisciplinary assessment team. She has served both as a hands-on school psychologist as well as on the leadership team, providing trainings and case consultation to her colleagues. Her goal when working with children and their families is to understand the whole child by identifying their strengths and weaknesses and uncovering how they process the world around them. She works with families to match them with appropriate interventions and helpful resources in their community. Dr. Westreich has experience doing both psycho-educational and psychological evaluations. She has experience with the assessment of Learning Disabilities, ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Intellectual Disability, Behavioral Consultation, Gifted and Talented, and Early Childhood Assessment.