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The school for high-functioning children with autism spectrum disorder


Student and Staff Support Specialists are on staff to support students and teachers in the classroom and create individualized behavior plans when needed. Parents may also schedule meetings to discuss problematic behavior outside of school or to receive referrals for assessment or specialized services. These services are included in the cost of tuition.



Mimi Le, MA, LMFT, LPC – I received my Bachelor of Arts Degree in Art History from Baylor University and earned my Master of Arts Degree in Family Therapy from the University of Houston – Clear Lake.  I completed my master’s level internship with The Children’s Assessment Center, treating child victims of sexual abuse and their families.  I have provided psychotherapy and consultations for adults, children, siblings, couples, families, and groups and have experience with autism spectrum disorder, trauma- and stressor-related disorders, anxiety disorders, depressive disorders, disruptive and conduct disorders, somatic symptoms, sexual dysfunctions, and multi-generational and cultural matters.  I believe that the biggest impact can be made through a multi-disciplinary team approach to treating clients through my experience working with the community that surrounds my clients’ lives, including their families and other professionals such as medical doctors, nurses, psychologists, social workers, state agencies, speech and occupational therapists, teachers, and school administrators. 






Michael McKee, Ed.S., LPA, LSSP, NCSP – I received my Master of Arts Degree and Educational Specialist Degree in School Psychology from Middle Tennessee State University (MTSU). After internship, I spent seven years as a Licensed Specialist in School Psychology (LSSP) working for Texas public school districts in Burleson, Frisco, and Katy, where I conducted evaluations and worked with students with emotional, behavioral, and/or developmental disabilities, including those with autism spectrum disorder. I have also previously worked in the Dyslexia Center at MTSU and as a Crisis Counselor at the Family and Children’s Services’ Crisis Hotline in Nashville, Tennessee. My main areas of interest include: autism, assessment, positive behavior supports, and parent advocacy. 









The Stewart Center at Westview is a full-service psychology clinic that provides services upon request for an additional fee. Serving children and their families both from Westview and the Houston community, The Stewart Center provides developmental, psychological, educational, neuropsychological and speech and language assessments. Group and individual therapies are also offered, inlcuding Social Groups, Lego-Based Therapy, Sibling Support Groups and Anxiety Groups.