KATY F. BRITT-SHARP, Psy.D.
Dr. Britt completed her doctorate in Clinical Psychology at Baylor University and is a Licensed Specialist in School Psychology. She works with mood and anxiety disorders, substance abuse and couples therapy. Dr. Britt provides psycho-diagnostic assessments for children and adults and contracts with public schools for special education evaluations. She has a special interest in treating young children as young as age 3.
WM. LEE CARTER, Ed.D.
Dr. Carter specializes in psychological evaluations, completing comprehensive assessments to diagnose psychological disorders. Court related services are provided as needed. he completed his doctorate in Counseling Psychology from Baylor University.
CAYCE CONNELL, Psy.D. LSSP
Dr. Connell received a bachelor’s degree from Baylor University, master’s degree from Southern Methodist University, and completed her doctorate in clinical psychology at Roosevelt University in Chicago, Illinois. Throughout her training, she completed clinical rotations at the Hartgrove Behavioral Health System, John Stroger Hospital (formerly Cook County Hospital), and Lewisville Independent School District. She works with children, adolescents, and young adults, specializing in the treatment of behavior disorders, ADHD, anxiety, stress, and depressive disorders. Dr. Connell also provides psychological evaluations for children and young adults, utilizing her experience as a Licensed Specialist in School Psychology to help both students and parents advocate within the school setting.
DONALD L. CORLEY, Ph.D.
After receiving his bachelor s and master s degrees from Baylor University, Dr. Corley completed his doctorate in clinical psychology from California School of Professional Psychology in San Diego and has been in private practice for over 25 years. He completed internships in pediatric psychology at Children s Hospital of Orange County and in clinical psychology at the VA Medical Center in La Jolla. His dissertation research in behavioral medicine was published in the Journal of Pediatric Psychology (1987).
As a clinical psychologist, Dr. Corley specializes in the treatment of stress, phobias, anxiety and depressive disorders as well as marital and family dysfunction. He enjoys a specific expertise as a consulting sports psychologist and has had the privilege of working with a number of athletes, coaches and teams on both collegiate and professional levels over the past several years. Dr. Corley also works as a consulting psychologist with individuals and businesses in the area of team building, crisis intervention and burnout prevention. He is an Adjunct Faculty member in the Psychology Department at Baylor University as well as a guest lecturer in the Schools of Business, Education, and Music at Baylor. Dr. Corley has previously served as an examiner for the Texas State Board of Examiners of Psychologists.