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About drmary2003

I am a psychologist in Winter Park, FL. I come from an education background with a specialist degree in School Psychology plus a PhD in Human and Organizational Development. I love the social/cultural sides of psychology. My private practice is based on principles of positive psychology and "horse sense." I specialize in trichotillomania (hair pulling), skin picking, victims of bullies, anxiety and depression. As a school psychologist I am qualified to give all psychoeducational tests. I help students, parents, and teachers with learning differences, accommodation for college board tests, neuropsychological testing, ADHD, and do evaluations for giftedness. After testing I consult with parents and teachers to help optimize classroom performance. Throughout the school year, I monitor the progress of all students I have evaluated. I have a broadly based practice drawing on multiple streams of knowledge and interest. I bring my voracious appetite for books, my interest in herbs and gardens, my music minor in college, my storytelling classes, my yoga experience and love of movies to make my counseling individual and creative.
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  2. drmary2003 says:

    Reblogged this on Drmary2003's Blog and commented:

    I wrote this in 2010 before Cogmed and Q-Interactive evaluations and the new ADHD tests came to my practice. Asperger’s was still a distinct disorder and. RTI was mandatory that. July. I have kept up with all those changes. And can now use this Blog to help others understand the changes and make confident informed decisions.
    I still will bring my love of books, movies, music and yoga to the blog to help people understand that all facets of life can aide in understanding and recovering from diagnosed psychological disorders and disorders that manifest in academic or social settings.

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