Elise Hendricker, Ph.D.
Chair, Social and Behavioral Sciences Division
Associate Professor of School Psychology
Phone: (281) 396-3706
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 recent scholarly publications and conference presentations have focused on distance education in school psychology, methods for family engagement in schools and systems change research and training competencies.
Hendricker, E., Bender, S. & Ouye, J. (in press). Engaging families in school-based assessment practice: Current school psychology practices. Research and Practice in the Schools: The Official Journal of the Texas Association of School Psychologists.
Hendricker, E., Bender, S., & Ouye, J. (2018). Family involvement in school-based behavioral screening: A review of six school psychology journals from 2004-2014. Contemporary School Psychology, 22(3), 344-354.
Hendricker, E., Saeki, E., & Viola, S. (2017). Trends and perceptions of distance learning in school psychology. Trainers of School Psychologists Trainers Forum, 34(2), 36-68.
Coleman, S. L. & Hendricker, E. (2016). Using flexible data-driven frameworks to enhance school psychology training and practice. Contemporary School Psychology, 20(3), 293-304.