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About me:

Dr. Schaber attended the University of Texas (UT) School Psychology Doctoral Program. While there, she worked on the Therapeutic Assessment Project researching Therapeutic Assessment (TA) with children and their families. For her pre-doctoral internship, she attended the Children's Assessment Center in Houston, TX where she worked with families, children, adolescents, and adults affected by sexual abuse. She graduated from UT in August of 2007.

Upon completion of her degree, Dr. Schaber completed a two year post-doctoral fellowship at the Center for Therapeutic Assessment where she worked under the supervision of Dr. Stephen Finn and became certified in adult, child, adolescent, and couples models of TA. 

In 2009, after completing her post-doc, she started a private practice affiliated with the Center for Therapeutic Assessment where she works today. She sees pre-adolescents through adults for individual, family, and couples therapy. She also practices TA with children, adolescents, adults, and couples. 

Dr. Schaber is also a founding member of the Therapeutic Assessment Institute founded in 2009. Currently, she serves on the Executive Committee of the Board of Directors. In addition to her board member responsibilities, she frequently facilitates TA trainings around the world. 

Dr. Schaber's therapy and assessment practice is imbued with the values of TA: compassion, humility, collaboration, respect, and curiosity. She practices from a multi-theoretical approach using theories and skills as appropriate for the individual needs of her clients.

For more information about Therapeutic Assessment, please visit our website

"When you touch one thing with deep awareness,
 you touch everything.

- Lao Tzu 


Dr. Schaber is currently accepting patients age 8 and up. She has limited after-school hours at this time. 


Dr. Schaber is currently accepting TA referrals for children, adolescents, adults, and couples. 


4310 Medical Parkway

Suite 101

Austin, TX 78756

Tel: 512-919-0289


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