Dr. Jaqui R. Otto, Ph.D.
Dr. Otto is a Licensed Psychologist with training and experience in the neuropsychological and educational assessment of learning, behavioral, and emotional challenges in children.
She has her Bachelors Degree from Texas A&M University and her Masters and Ph.D from The University of Utah in Educational Psychology with emphasis in neuropsychological evaluation and behavioral intervention. She completed her Clinical Internship at Father Flanagan’s Boystown in Omaha, Nebraska. Dissertation research was on behavioral social skills instruction and parent training
She is a Licensed Psychologist in the state of Texas and a Nationally Certified School Psychologist and has over 15 years experience in public and private school settings.
Lisa Lawson, LPC
Lisa is a Licensed Professional Counselor, working with children, adolescents and parents dealing with the stresses and complexities of our modern world. Her experience has taught her that no “one therapy method fits all”. The client’s goals are the focus of each session, and together with clients she works to achieve lasting positive change, by using a variety of evidence-based therapeutic methods.
Lisa Lawson is a Licensed Professional Counselor working in private practice in Keller, Texas. She earned her Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Texas at Austin, and her Masters from Midwestern State University in General Counseling. Formerly with Cook Children’s Medical Center of Fort Worth, she has experience in private practice and in acute hospital settings, providing compassionate and practical therapy to children, adolescents, and adults.
“As a former single working mother, I know the struggles parents face co-parenting, dealing with blended family relationships, balancing work and family, and giving, sometimes too much, so that their children reach their highest potential.” Individual counseling provides support, tools, and resources to parent confidently and effectively.
Issues – anxiety, depression, ADHD, emotional disturbance, social anxiety, behavior problems, co-parenting, single parenting, adjustment to major life changes