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Dr. Julie Landry

Dr. Julie Landry

Doctorate, Clinical Psychology
Master’s Degree, Clinical Psychopharmacology

Master’s Degree, Industrial/Organizational Psychology
​​​​​​​Master’s Degree, Clinical Psychology

Board Certified in Clinical Psychology, American Board of Professional Psychologists
Fellow, American Academy of Clinical Psychology
Licensed Psychologist in Texas
PSYPACT credentialed

​​​​​​​Julie Landry, PsyD, ABPP is a board-certified clinical psychologist, former Army officer, and consultant. Dr. Landry specializes in relationships and the assessment of neurodivergent conditions and has spent more than a decade working in community mental health, military medicine, and private practice. Dr. Landry founded Halcyon Therapy Group in June 2022 and co-founded NeuroSpark in February 2023.

After earning a B.A. in psychology, Dr. Landry completed an accelerated master’s program, earning an M.A. in industrial/organizational psychology in one year at Louisiana Tech University. She then went on to earn an M.A. and PsyD in clinical psychology at the Georgia School of Professional Psychology. Dr. Landry later continued her education and earned an M.S. in clinical psychopharmacology from Fairleigh Dickinson University.

In addition to the knowledge gained through her education, Dr. Landry has received extensive training in the assessment and treatment of neurodivergent conditions. Since beginning work in private practice, her focus and specialization have shifted to supporting autistic and ADHD adults through neuro-affirming assessment and relationship therapy. Her advocacy for the neurodivergent community initially began with her children’s diagnoses but has continued as she’s found herself inspired by her amazing resilient clients. Recently Dr. Landry has discovered she herself is a member of this incredible community.

The idea for NeuroSpark began with a need identified through Dr. Landry’s private practice. The practice frequently received inquiries for adult autism services and requests for neurodiversity-affirming services. Dr. Landry initially considered adding these services to the other offerings Halcyon provided but realized it deserved a space of its own. Now Dr. Landry is proud to co-found NeuroSpark to provide these specialty services and help others find their spark.