Services for 12 months to 5 years

  • Consultation
  • Screening
  • Parent Training
  • Autism Evaluation
  • Developmental Baseline
  • Group Skill Set Training (ESP Program)

Services for 6 years to 19 years

  • Teacher Training
  • Behavioral Observation/Behavior Management Support
  • Group Skill Set Training (Zones of Regulation)

Lee M. Fisher, M.S., L.P.A.

Licensed Psychological Associate

Under the Supervision of Jennifer Morrison, Ph.D., L.S.S.P.

Service Provider Kids BRAIN, LLC

I have a passion for working with children with Autism, ADHD, and other developmental delays. I love coaching parents and teachers to better foster healthy development in children. I also enjoy helping children to more fully understand their emotions, and to learn healthy responses to them. I have a history of working with children in their “natural” environments of home and school, and enjoy seeing the fruits of their hard work play out in their day to day lives.

I believe the key in helping children to develop healthy behaviors is to ask, “Why?”  To help answer this question, I conduct developmental assessments to better understand the whole child.  I believe that early detection and intervention are key to helping children be the best versions of themselves and to set them on a positive trajectory for development. 

In addition, I view children in terms of the family unit. Having a better understanding of how a child functions within their family environment is helpful in assessment and treatment planning.  A full picture of the child, within the context of their specific family, can help parents to better assist their child’s growth and development.  

Finally, I have a Master’s Degree in Human Development and Early Childhood Disorders from the University of Texas at Dallas, and have experience working with various non-profits, with children from a variety of backgrounds.  For several years, I have worked in the classroom with preschool and elementary-aged children with Autism, ADHD, anxiety, learning differences, and challenges due to prematurity or genetic disorders.  This experience has included training and consultation with a variety of child development professionals, giving me a “whole child” approach to testing and therapy.