Ashley Haas, PC
Population Served: Children, Adolescents
Haas is a graduate of Cleveland Sate University. She is a
Master’s-level Psychology Assistant with counseling and
assessment experience in school, hospital and office-based clinical
environments. Ms. Haas works with children and adolescents who
demonstrate behavioral and emotional concerns, and also provides
parenting consultation. As a therapist, she frequently works with
children and adolescents connected with the Child Welfare system, and
she completed preliminary online training in Trauma-Focused Cognitive
Behavioral Treatment (TF-CBT) in order to meet the special needs of
children who have experienced traumatic life events.
Haas is particularly skilled in areas of assessment that include the
identification and evaluation of school-age students with academic
problems, such as Learning Disabilities and educational difficulties
that stem from emotional struggles or other health impairments, such as
Attention-Deficit\Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). She is proficient in
the administration and interpretation of a wide variety of assessment
instruments, and provides recommendations that are used to help
parents, physicians, counselors and teachers identify what is needed to
help the child or adolescent achieve more successfully.
NEOBH, Ms. Haas is responsible for the administration of the Autism
Diagnostic Observation Schedule (ADOS-2), as well as additional
assessment tools (such as a brief measure of intelligence and screening
regarding receptive language skill deficits) that assist with the
proper identification of Autism-Spectrum symptomatology. This test
battery is often used to document a student’s need for special
intervention and support.
a Psychology Assistant, Ms. Haas is Supervised by Aimee Thomas, Ph.D.,
Clinical Psychologist She receives additional assessment consultation
from Robin Tener, Ph.D.
Behavioral and Emotional Concerns