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Faculty: Elise Hendricker


 Elise Hendricker

Director of the School Psychology Program
Assistant Professor of School Psychology

B.S., University of Illinois M.A., University of Missouri Ph.D., University of Missouri


Dr. Elise Hendricker joined the UHV faculty in 2013. She completed her doctorate in School Psychology at the University of Missouri. Her predoctoral internship and postdoctoral fellowship were both completed at Cypress-Fairbanks Independent School District. She has experience working with all ages of students in school and community settings, including alternative schools, early childhood programs and juvenile justice programs. Dr. Hendricker is a Licensed Psychologist and Licensed Specialist in School Psychology (LSSP) in the state of Texas. Her scholarly publications and conference presentations have focused on prevention and early intervention of academic and behavioral concerns, the Response to Intervention model, and building school capacity for family intervention.

Selected Publications:

Lembke, E., Hampton, D., & Hendricker, E. (2013). Data-Based Decision-Making in Academics Using Curriculum-Based. In J. Lloyd, T.J. Landrum, B.G. Cook & M.G. Tankersley (Eds.), Research-Based Approaches for Assessment. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Publishing.

Clarke, B., Lembke, E. S., Hendricker, E., & Hampton, D. D. (2011). Progress Monitoring, In B. Cook & M. Tankersley (Eds.), Research-Based Practices in Special Education. Baltimore, MD.: Brookes Publishing.

Whitney, S., Hendricker, E. & Offutt, C. (2011). The relationship among moderating factors of natural mentoring relationships, later problem behaviors and emotional well-being. Mentoring and Tutoring: Partnership in Learning, 19(1), 83-105.

Reinke, W., Splett, J., Robeson, E., & Offutt, C. (2009). Combining school and family interventions for the prevention and early intervention of disruptive behavior problems in children: A public health perspective. Psychology in the Schools, 46(1), 33-43.