David L. Falkstein, Ph.D. and Associates

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David L. Falkstein, Ph.D., L.S.S.P.

Dr. Falkstein is a Licensed Psychologist and Specialist in School Psychology. Dr. Falkstein has worked in the mental health field since 1988 and has conducted thousands of evaluations over the past 20 years. Unlike most psychologists, Dr. Falkstein has experience and knowledge as a psychologist in private practice and as a school psychologist actually working in the schools. Dr. Falkstein provides consultation with parents and schools and conducts developmental, learning/dyslexia, psychological, and child custody evaluations. Dr. Falkstein's evaluations are comprehensive and provide useful recommendations to guide treatment and educational planning. Dr. Falkstein specializes in the evaluation of ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorder/Asperger's Disorder, dyslexia, learning disabilities, and emotional/behavioral disorders (anxiety, depression, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, Bipolar Disorder). Dr. Falkstein's experienced clinical team also provides child/adolescent/adult therapy, parent training, organizational training, working memory training, and attentional training.

Dr. Falkstein's Vitea

Education

2002 – School Psychology Doctoral Respecialization; Texas Women’s University

1999 – Doctor of Philosophy; Counseling Psychology; University of North Texas

1994 – Master of Arts in Psychology;  California State University Long Beach

1991 – Bachelor of Arts in Psychology; Southern Oregon University


Professional Affiliations & Credentials

Licensed Psychologist – Texas (#30682)

Licensed Specialist in School Psychology (#32077)

Nationally Registered Health Service Provider in Psychology (#46169)


Recent Professional Experience

2001-Present – Licensed Psychologist; Private Practice (Allen, Texas)

2014-Present – Psychologist at Lifepath Systems

2003-2012 – Staff Psychologist; Child and Family Guidance Center of Texoma 

2001-2008 – School Psychologist and Licensed Specialist in School Psychology; Allen Independent School District


Teaching Experience

1999-2001 –  Adjunct Professor; Psychology Department; University of North Texas

1996-1998 – Teaching Fellow; Psychology Department; University of North Texas