Jodi Lowther, PhD, LP, LSSP

Licensed Psychologist, Licensed Specialist in School Psychology

My professional interest is working with children, their families, and schools to develop appropriate interventions and strategies for the home and school environments based on a comprehensive assessment of a child’s cognitive and behavioral functioning. My particular area of interest is consultation, assessment, and intervention for a wide range of developmental and neurological problems including traumatic brain injury, brain tumors, stroke, encephalitis, meningitis, epilepsy, genetic disorders, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, and specific learning disabilities. As a Licensed Psychologist, I am trained to administer and interpret intellectual, academic, and social-emotional measures; however, I have additional training in the area of Neuropsychological Assessment, which is a systematic assessment of brain-behavior relationships, specifically, the areas of attention, executive functions, learning, memory, language, visuospatial, and sensory-motor processes, as well as intellectual, social-emotional functioning, and achievement.

I earned my Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Texas in Austin, Master of Arts in School Psychology, and doctorate in School Psychology, with a specialization in School Neuropsychology from Texas Woman’s University. As part of my doctoral training, I had clinical practica experiences at Baylor’s Our Children’s House (OCH), a neurocognitive rehabilitation hospital. I completed two year-long post-doctoral fellowships: the first with Fort Worth ISD in School Psychology and the second with Child Neuropsychology and Counseling Center, PC in Neuropsychology. After finishing my training, I worked as a Licensed Specialist in School Psychology in Fort Worth ISD for 13 years, serving as the Director of Doctoral Internship Training for 5 of those years as well as the evaluation specialist at the Transitional Care Unit at Cook Children’s Medical Center. I have also had the privilege of working at OCH as a Licensed Psychologist on a PRN basis during three summers. I have contracted with a number of school districts in the DFW area and south Texas to complete Psychological and Neuropsychological assessments. Along with applied practice of Neuropsychology in both school and clinical settings, I was an instructor for the School Neuropsychology Respecialization program, as well as an adjunct faculty member for the courses Neurophysiology and Developmental and Genetic Disorders in Children at Texas Woman’s University. I have also presented at conferences on this topic.

Personally, I love to travel, cycle, and play board games with my husband and daughter. I enjoy exercising, particularly Zumba and tap dancing. Each year, I participate in the MS150, a bike ride supporting Multiple Sclerosis Society and a dear friend and colleague. I am looking forward to working with you and your child!

Jordana Mortimer, Ph.D.

Licensed Psychologist, Licensed Specialist in School Psychology

Professionally, I specialize in comprehensive neuropsychological and psychological evaluations to determine each individual’s unique learning and thinking styles, as well as social and emotional functioning. This includes looking at all areas of cognitive functioning and the role this plays with brain-behavior relationships. While this includes a wide variety of areas such as Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, Traumatic Brain Injury, and learning disorders, I have a particular passion for working with children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. While working in Fort Worth ISD, I participated in multidisciplinary Autism evaluations for many years, served as the Coordinator for the district’s Autism team, and consulted in specialized classrooms where educational planning addressed specific needs of children with an Autism Spectrum Disorder. I have also received specialized training in Applied Behavioral Analysis. Across any area of concern, my goal is to better equip parents with research based interventions or resources to support their child by increasing their child’s skill set. Additionally, I enjoy consulting with parents on grace-based strategies to decrease behavior problems and bring more peace into their homes by using strategies that can be implemented immediately.

I earned my Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Texas Wesleyan University and doctorate in School Psychology, with a specialization in School Neuropsychology from Texas Woman’s University. As part of my doctoral training, I completed clinical experiences in several local DFW school districts, Cook Children’s Medical Center Neuropsychology Department, and private practice. My pre-doctoral internship included a rotation on the Transitional Care Unit at Cook Children’s Medical Center, and I was awarded the Outstanding Graduate Student, Doctoral Level, by the Texas Association of School Psychologists (TASP). I completed my post-doctoral training in school neuropsychology in Fort Worth ISD and have worked for Fort Worth ISD as a Licensed Specialist in School Psychology since 2011. I was also awarded Outstanding School Psychologist Doctoral Level by TASP in 2017, and most recently was nominated as a “Mom approved” psychologist through DFW Child magazine in 2020 and 2021.

Personally, I am blessed with a husband and two children. I am an avid reader and am often tackling multiple books at once! I look forward to the opportunity to serve your family in order to meet your needs, and excited to meet your child!