Allyson Weldon, Ph.D.
• Bachelor’s degree, Ursuline College, 2010
• Master’s degree, University of Houston, 2014
• Doctorate of Philosophy in School Psychology, University of Houston, 2017
Training and Experience:
• Internship, Applewood Centers Inc.
My Role at Linden BP:
I provide assessment and treatment for children, adolescents, and their families. I work with children from the toddler years though college age presenting with a variety of concerns including – areas related to development and/or behavioral concern, attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, autism spectrum disorders, depression, anxiety, difficulties with peers/socialization, academic difficulties, and parenting. I also provide group intervention for children and adolescents to build coping skills and establish greater behavioral and emotion regulation skills. I also provide psychoeducational evaluations to assist with diagnosis and understanding a student’s learning, as well as how to utilize this information to achieve greater school success.
I have a love for working with children and adolescents, and a strong desire to help all my patients achieve their greatest potential in all aspects of life. With my specialty training in school psychology, I value the opportunity to work collaboratively with school personnel to provide educational recommendations that can be implemented within the classroom environment. In addition to the development of meaningful education plans, I have a passion for helping parents understand their child’s ETR/IEP and providing them with guidance for working with educators on behalf of their child.
I played soccer competitively for 19 years. I started playing at the age of 3 and continued playing competitively until age 22, even playing collegiately. I also absolutely love watching ice hockey; I can spend hours watching games, whether it be on TV or in person.
Why I love being at Linden BP:
I am honored to be able to continue to develop my clinical skills through my advanced training with the Linden BP team.