Allen, Korrie Ph.D.

Clinic Director and Clinical Assistant Professor

School Psychology Program
Clinic Director and Clinical Assistant Professor

303-871-7662, KRH 242

Korrie Allen, PsyD., is the Clinic Director and Clinical Assistant Professor School Psychology program. Dr. Allen received her undergraduate degree in Psychology and Sociology from the University of Notre Dame and her doctoral degree in Psychology from St. John’s University. Dr. Allen was an Associate Professor of Pediatrics at Eastern Virginia Medical School and on the professional staff at the Children’s Hospital of The King’s Daughters until 2013 when she relocated to Northern Virginia and founded Innovative Psychological Solutions. Dr. Allen has successfully completed research projects funded by agencies such as the Commonwealth Health Research Board, U.S. Department of Education, Governor’s Office of Substance Abuse Prevention and the Society for School Psychology Research. Her recent studies evaluated the impact of parent-child interaction training to address aggressive and oppositional behaviors among children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Her areas of expertise include autism spectrum disorders, learning disabilities and disruptive behavior disorders. She has received the Outstanding Research in Counseling Award from the American Education Research Association and the Distinguished Alumni Award from St. John’s University. She has presented at national conferences, published in peer-reviewed journals, and co-edited the book Cognitive Behavior Therapy in the Schools.

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