Kristen Cline Belloni
Ph.D., Texas Woman's University
Dr. Cline Belloni completed the Dispute Resolution Program at SMU in 2000 and
her Masters degree at SMU in Clinical and Counseling Psychology in 2002. In
2011, she completed her Ph.D. in School Psychology with a specialization in
Neuropsychology at Texas Womans University. She served as President and
Co-founder of the graduate student organization at TWU as well as the
faculty-appointed representative to the American Psychological Association. Dr.
Belloni has several years of combined college teaching experience at Texas
Womans University, Collin College and Brookhaven Community College.
Dr. Belloni has worked as a Licensed Specialist in School Psychology for Frisco
ISD, providing counseling, assessment, and intervention to students. Currently,
Dr. Belloni is the full time Resident Psychologist on the Autism Evaluation Team
for Frisco ISD. She conducts evaluations for Autism Spectrum Disorders as well
as differential diagnosis of emotional and attention disorders for students from
preschool to high school ages. Dr. Belloni has extensive experience in
psychological/neuropsychological assessment, counseling, consultation, and
behavioral interventions. She has practicum and/or internship experience at the
Denton County Childrens Advocacy Center, Neuropsychology Consultants Inc., the
Collin County Juvenile Detention Center, Lewisville ISD, and Denton ISD. She has
also served as a family mediator at Dispute Mediation Services in Dallas. Dr.
Belloni is a member of the American Psychological Association, the National
Association of School Psychologists, DFW Regional Area School Psychologists, and
the National Association of Neuropsychology.