Dr. Daisy Blagg, PsyD

Dr. Blagg is a Licensed Psychologist and a Licensed Specialist in School Psychology. She also holds two Master’s degrees in General and Clinical Psychology. She obtained her undergraduate degree in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology from the University of Texas at Dallas. Dr. Blagg began her career as a special education teacher, before continuing her education. After becoming a Licensed Specialist in School Psychology, she spent the following 13 years working with children, ages 2-21, diagnosing and treating a variety of learning, emotional, and behavioral disorders. Dr. Blagg has specialized training and experience in diagnosing Autism Spectrum Disorders.

In addition to working with children and their families, Dr. Blagg completed her post-doctoral fellowship in adult neuropsychology, conducting neuropsychological evaluations for dementia, Alzheimer’s, adult ADHD, and psychological disorders. Working with families to coordinate care and accurately diagnose individuals is Dr. Blagg’s passion.

Courtney Reed, MA

Psychometrist Courtney Reed received her Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, and her Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology from Texas Southern University in Houston, Texas.  As part of her graduate studies, she was trained in a wide variety of psychological and neuropsychological assessments leading to her decision to pursue a career in this field.  In the future, Courtney plans to continue her education and pursue a doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology with a specialization in Neuropsychology.

Emily Armstrong, MS

Psychometrist Emily Armstrong is working on her Ph.D. in School Psychology at Texas Woman’s University. She earned her Master of Science degree in Human Development and Early Childhood Disorders from The University of Texas at Dallas and her Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from Sonoma State University. Her clinical experience includes working in several clinical agencies conducting psychological and developmental assessments, in addition to providing applied behavioral analysis therapy to children and adolescents on the autism spectrum. Following her doctoral education, Emily plans on pursuing a career as a school psychologist, specializing in her primary area of interest, working with individuals on the autism spectrum.