Dr Elizabeth Oriola-Otenaike, PsyD, is a licensed psychologist (TX 36054). She is also a coach and corporate trainer. After completing undergraduate work in Computer Science at University of North Texas, Dr. Oriola-Otenaike earned two MS degrees from South West Baptist Theological Seminary. She also earned a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (Psy.D.) from Argosy University, Texas. Her mission is to support transformation and to help people manage change.

“I enjoy working with children, teens, young adults and women. My areas of interest are leadership development, strategic change management, assessment/treatment of Autism, Asperger’s Syndrome and ADD/ADHD; Childhood and Developmental Disorders; Career, Life, Weight and Parenting Coaching; Stress & Anger Management; Mood Disorders; Grief/Loss, Pre-marital assessment/preparation, Relationships and Divorce. I design wellness programs for individuals, families, groups and organizations. It is an honor to support others on their journey to reaching/striving towards their fullest potential”.
Best, Dr. Elizabeth Oriola-Otenaike

A Suite Sound Music Center

A Suite Sound Music Center is a team of like-minded therapists who are committed to providing high-quality services within our community. Programs and services are based on current research from peer-reviewed journals.

Center-based private & small group Music Therapy is available. Please call us at Shine for session information on A Suite Sound Music Center” to learn more about the benefits of music therapy.

A Suite Sound Music Center

All Shine Behavioral curriculum has been developed in consultation with the esteemed Cleveland Clinic Children’s Center for Autism (CCCCA).

CCCCA provides Autism Development Solutions- Proven strategies that serve a growing need with a focus on communication, socialization and behavior. For more than 15 years the CCCCA has been collecting both applied and clinical research to create the outstanding evidence based applied behavior analysis (ABA) programs they offer today.

Parents with children who have SPD know that routine and a proper sensory diet are crucial for bedtime. Our guide helps to inform parents about creating bedtime-friendly daily routines and identifying sleep disruptors, along with helpful tips and tricks for sensory-seekers and sensory-avoiders. Click here for more information.

Source: Autism Parenting Magazine. Click here for more information.

MHS partners with charitable organizations, medical professionals and educational facilities to provide safety, comfort, food, shelter, healthcare and educational services–basic needs every child and family deserves.

Our services include, but are not limited to funding for: + Food, clothing and family services + Medical, dental and prescription services + Counseling, psychological services and autism therapy + School supplies, tutoring and career counseling + case management and referral services for children, families and agenciesMHS staff work to ensure that each applicant’s needs are assessed and reviewed on an individual basis. We can also provide information and referral services for all Texas children and families.

Masonic Home and School of Texas

Link for Application for financial support with ABA services:

Our Location

1205 B W Green Oaks Blvd
Arlington, Texas 76013
Phone: 817-457-3088
We are conveniently located in West Arlington, Texas.
Easily accessible from major highways I-30, I-20 and U.S. 287!
2.7 miles from I-30 | 4.2 miles from I-20 | 4.5 miles from U.S. 287

We work with children age 2-12 years of age.