Kate Curran Mire, SSP, LSSP, NCSP
Kate received her undergraduate degree from The University of Texas-Austin in Applied Learning and Development. In August 2008, she became a certified Master Reading Teacher through the University of Texas-Austin. Kate went on to receive a Specialist Degree in School Psychology from Texas State University-San Marcos.
Kate is licensed under the Texas State Board of Examiners of Psychologists as a Licensed Specialist in School Psychology (LSSP). She is a Nationally Certified School Psychologist and has practiced in a variety of public and private settings across the central Texas area. In addition to being a part of Ensemble Therapy, she is the co-founder of Hill Country School Psychology Services where she practices as an LSSP. Through Ensemble Therapy, Kate leads a series of Parenting Workshops and is a Parent Coach. Kate is co-owner of Cool Down Kits, uniquely designed kits to support self-regulation. Kate teaches with the Region XIII Counseling Certification Program. Prior to becoming an LSSP, Kate taught in both the public and charter setting, in Austin, for seven years.
Originally from Wisconsin, Kate found her way to Texas through rowing for the University of Texas. While in college, she met her husband. Together, they have two young children and live in Austin.
Areas of Specialization:
Testing and Evaluation
Favorite board game: I’m from the midwest and love playing cards. My favorite game is Euchre.
Favorite ice cream flavor: Coffee
Favorite animal: Dogs and Cats (I love them both and can’t decide!)
Favorite children’s book: Anything by Roald Dahl
Favorite color: Teal, the color of the Ocean
Favorite place in Austin: Town Lake
Favorite holiday: Halloween
I feel happiest when: I’m hanging out with my family
If I had a superpower it would be: Time Control
Place I feel most safe/calm/comfortable: At home
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