I am a licensed psychologist providing assessment services across the country via telehealth. I work with most ages, from young children to geriatric adults. Providing testing services is very rewarding, in that I can help people give a name to the difficulties they have been experiencing.
My area of expertise is within objective and projective testing and am very knowledgeable about report/testing procedures that are required to receive accommodations in college and on professional licensure/entrance exams. I am skilled in assessing ADHD and LD in children as well as conducting neurocognitive exams in aging adults.
I have always been curious about human behavior and how we think. I decided to pursue graduate training in this field because I also wanted to "do something" to help people improve their behavior and thinking problems.
Feeling anxious about learning problems is completely normal and understandable. We often feel anxious when we are having a difficulty or believe that we are not performing as we would like.
In my therapy work, I have experienced the positive difference that a diagnosis (i.e., SLD, ADHD, ASD) can have on an individual. For most, the diagnosis is a method of validating that their struggles "are real." I enjoy helping others learn to work with their learning differences and reduce the stigma associated with their difficulties.
Talk to someone who cares. We'll listen to what's going on with your child, discuss their needs, answer your questions, and start to develop a plan for growth.