Dr. Julie Jones specializes in the treatment of AD/HD and autism. In addition, she has a long history of helping individuals manage extreme anxiety. She has advocated for and treated children with selective mutism for almost two decades. As a former school counselor and dean, she appreciates collaborating with schools to help provide appropriate treatment and supportive services for her clients.
Dr. Jones is a published researcher. She is currently engaged in several research projects including a multiyear study on the impact of fitness on academic learning for adolescents with Autism (with UTMB). She also speaks to local and national audiences on the outcomes of her research. She is committed to sharing credible information individuals can directly apply in their respective roles. She speaks to schools, professional groups, and parents on topics related to anxiety, AD/HD, autism, executive functioning, and ethics.
As an adjunct professor at the University of Houston-Clear Lake, she teaches master's level students in the programs for marriage and family therapy and clinical psychology. Additionally, she offers private supervision for licensed marriage and family therapy interns and licensed professional counselor interns.