Jeanna Hill, M.S., CCLS

Jeanna Hill (formerly Martinez) received her B.A. in Psychology with a minor in Early Childhood Intervention from Texas State University. She then went on to obtain her Master’s degree in Family and Child Studies on the Child Life Track. She completed a Child Life practicum and Child Life internship at Christus Santa Rosa Children’s Hospital in San Antonio, TX. While there, she was placed in the hospital’s outpatient clinic, as well as completed her internship rotations in the GI unit and Emergency Department. Jeanna is currently a Certified Child Life Specialist and is trained in child development, special education, early intervention, family systems and stress, and developmental disabilities. Jeanna has experience working with children and families in various settings including residential facilities, educational facilities, and children’s hospitals, providing emotional support to families during stressful life experiences.

Amanda Tami, MA, LPC, BCBA

Amanda holds a master’s degree in counseling psychology and has completed a recertification program in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). In addition to being a Board Certified Behavior Analyst, Amanda is a Licensed Professional Counselor.  She has experience working with both children and adults, including those who have autism spectrum and other pervasive developmental disorders, ADD/ADHD, anxiety issues, and trauma, both as a BCBA and as a counselor. She has additional specialized training as a counselor in EMDR therapy and its applications to children.

Amanda is pleased to be able to share her experience and knowledge in the Johnson Center’s Behavioral Services and Counseling program, giving her the opportunity to pursue her passion for helping children and adolescents with special needs. Amanda comes from a unique position in her education and background to understand the challenges that clients and their families face - developmentally, behaviorally, emotionally, and systematically - to see the patterns and teach the skills needed to improve quality and functioning in all aspects of life.

Dr. Jana Rundle

Jana Rundle, Psy.D., is a licensed clinical psychologist offering professional psychological services at The Johnson Center for Child Health and Development in Austin, Texas.  After completing her doctoral work at California School of Professional Psychology in San Diego, she moved to Austin, Texas, in order to continue to provide psychological services in her home state.  She is trained in psychological and neuropsychological assessment, administering and interpreting tests that provide information about an individual’s cognitive functioning, attention and memory, gross and fine motor development, language and reading skills, visual-spatial functioning, executive functioning, and emotional and personality development. She also has years of training providing individual and group therapy for adults and adolescents, providing play therapy for children, and in facilitating social skills groups for children with neurodevelopmental disorders. 

Dr. Rundle’s therapeutic style is person-centered and insight-oriented. She collaborates with each client to determine the best treatment plan for him/her. She believes that one of the most important agents of change is the alliance that one has with his/her therapist. Her warm and engaging style helps her create a comfortable atmosphere for clients so that they can begin to feel better. Her areas of expertise are depression, anxiety, grief and loss, life transitions, trauma, relationship concerns, play therapy with children, and intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Luis Vazquez

Luis Vazquez is a junior at the University of Texas at Austin, where he is studying Biomedical Engineering. He aspires to go to medical school in the future to become a physician, with plans to provide services for people in underserved areas. Luis is one of the clinical assistants at The Johnson Center, where he is learning more about providing services in a non-profit healthcare clinic. He is focused on learning more about the unique needs of children with developmental delays and/or chronic health issues and their families. As part of his responsibilities at the center, Luis provides critical Spanish translation support for the patients, families, and clinicians. In his free time, Luis likes to hike around Austin, visit dogs in the animal shelter, and work on his car.​