Ashley Loeb, Ph.D.
Dr. Loeb received her undergraduate in Psychology and graduate degree in Educational Psychology at Arizona State University, completing her doctoral degree in 2014. During her graduate training, Dr. Loeb also worked as a habilitation therapist for children with autism and assisted in the instruction of family and child development and educational psychology courses. Dr. Loeb completed her graduate training with an internship and post-doctoral residency at the Washington Elementary School District in Phoenix, Arizona, and is currently a licensed psychologist and Nationally Certified School Psychologist.
Through her work in the school districts, habilitation services, and private practice, Dr. Loeb has gained extensive experience in assessment, parent and school consultation, and behavior therapies with youth populations from preschool through high school. Specifically, Dr. Loeb specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of children and adolescents with autism spectrum disorders, developmental disabilities, learning disabilities, behavioral challenges, ADHD, and anxiety and mood disorders. With a background as a practicing school psychologist with youth from ages 2-18 and evidence-based practices, Dr. Loeb is knowledgeable about school-based practices and services.
Dr. Loeb’s training and approach is embedded in a behavioral perspective and Dr. Loeb has also presented nationally on topics of sleep and its relation to adolescent school functioning, learning disabilities, and barriers to mental health services. Dr. Loeb is passionate about collaborating with families to help youth reach their full potential through appropriate diagnosis, consultation, and treatment. In her personal life, Dr. Loeb enjoys spending time with her husband, being outdoors and hiking with her two dogs, photography, and traveling.