PLEASE NOTE THAT MRS. DRAPER IS TAKING NEW TESTING CLIENTS. HOWEVER, SHE IS NOT ACCEPTING NEW THERAPY CLIENTS AT THIS TIME. THANKS!
Mrs. Draper is a Licensed Psychological Associate and Health Services Provider (HSP-PA) with a passion to engage and work with children and adolescents of all ages.
She attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where she earned her B.S. in Psychology and M.A. in School Psychology. Mrs. Draper has over 20 years of professional experience. For several years, she worked as a School Psychologist, providing psychological evaluations, intervention development, and consultative services within the school setting. She has worked with a diverse group of children at all age levels, from preschool to high school. Mrs. Draper is well-versed in the special education evaluation and eligibility process within the public school system.
Mrs. Draper works with children and adolescents who present with a variety of strengths and needs, including those with learning disabilities, attention issues, social and emotional concerns, autism, and other developmental disabilities. By using various assessment techniques, as well as consulting and collaborating with other professionals, she employs practices that promote home, school, and community partnerships and enhance learning and mental health goals. Her reports are comprehensive and provide a wealth of information useful for both home and academic settings.
At the present time, Mrs. Draper offers psychological evaluations, therapy, and behavioral consultation when consistent with her background and experience. Occasionally, she offers group yoga classes with the goals of improving emotional and behavioral regulation, focus, and social interactions.
Mrs. Draper is happily married to her husband, Will, and they have two children as well as a rescue pup. As a family, they enjoy outdoor activities, adventuring to the lake, reading books, and having family game night. Mrs. Draper's hobbies include spending time with her family and friends, trying out Pinterest projects (albeit mostly unsuccessfully!), and exercising.