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MEET
OUR TEAM

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Dr. Tia Crossley

Lead Psychologist 

Dr. Tia Crossley is a Licensed Psychologist and Licensed Specialist in School Psychology. She also holds the credential as a Health Service Psychologist with The National Register of Health Service Psychologists. She earned her doctorate degree from Texas A&M University and Bachelor’s degree from Loyola University of New Orleans. Dr. Crossley has fourteen years of professional experience providing psychological services to schools, mental health clinics, and universities. While in the school setting, Dr. Crossley served in many administrative roles to foster the development of upcoming professionals.

 

After seven years of service, Dr. Crossley stepped into the world of nonprofits by becoming the Executive Director of Synergy Center for Wellness. She also worked as an adjunct professor for Texas A&M University-Commerce. In 2019, Dr. Crossley decided to step out on her own and opened Crossley Psychological Services. She specializes in working with individuals, families, and couples with emotional and behavioral challenges. She also works with individuals with learning disabilities. Her mission is to empower others to be advocates for themselves and manage their mental health.

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Veola Neal

Licensed Professional Counselor

Veola Neal is a Licensed Professional Counselor with extensive experience working with families. Veola’s 20 years of experience in the roles of counselor, teacher, and administrator, allows her to excel in her counseling endeavors. Veola serves children, adolescents, and adults of all ages. Veola specializes in school related challenges for children, parent-child relationships, parenting skills, family relationship challenges, depression, anxiety and ADHD.

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Jennifer Harman

Administrative Assitant

Jennifer Harman is a Baylor University Educational Specialist in School Psychology student expected to graduate spring of 2023. After graduating from Brigham Young University in 2017, Jennifer worked at the Utah’s University Neuropsychiatric Institute on the pediatric and adolescent floors where she functioned as a member of the interdisciplinary treatment team and lead therapeutic groups developing a passion for mental health.

 

Currently, Jennifer is an active member of the National Association of School Psychologists, Texas Association of School Psychologists, and the Vice President of Baylor’s Graduate Association of School Psychologists. She is currently a trainee for the Autism Consortium of Texas’s Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental and Related Disabilities inaugural program. In Jennifer’s spare time, she enjoys playing sports, reading and being outside.