About

Jennifer Williams, PhD

Dr. Williams’ professional education and training allow her to function as a generalist, providing treatment for a wide range of presenting concerns. These concerns include, but are not limited to, mood and anxiety disorders, interpersonal trauma, relationship problems, social skills deficits, personality disorders, minority stress, family conflict, dementia and geriatric issues. Areas in which Dr. Williams has special interest include support for Autism related issues, sexual and gender diversity, and associated minority stress. She also provides psychological and psychoeducational assessments for a range of concerns, including mood and anxiety disorders, conduct and behavioral problems, Attention Deficit-Hyperactivity Disorder, Specific Learning Disorders, Neurocognitive Disorder/Dementia, Autism Spectrum, and Social Communication Disorder. 

Dr. Williams' Clinical Background

Credentials

Licensed Psychologist - Texas State Board of Examiners of Psychologists 

Post-Doctoral Training - Jones Center for Children’s Therapy and Assessment 

Pre-Doctoral Internship - Brigham Young University Counseling & Psychological Services

Education 

Doctor of Philosophy - Counseling Psychology from Toulouse Graduate School, University of North Texas

Master of Science - Counseling Psychology from Toulouse Graduate School,  University of North Texas

Bachelor of Science - Psychology from the College of Liberal Arts, Magna Cum Laude, Texas A&M University                                

 

Cooperative Clinical Practice

Stephanie Womack, PhD

Assist Psychological Services, PLLC

Spectrus strives to promote cooperation between providers and professionals. Dr. Williams often works in tandem with Dr. Stephanie Womack at Assist Psychological Services, PLLC to provide the highest quality mental health services possible.