About Dr. Anne Wright


Dr. Anne only provides assessment and consultation services at this time.  The goal with all assessments is to provide students and their families with a better understanding of themselves and furnish them with strategies and recommendations to further their academic, social, and emotional well-being.  She is experienced in the assessment of attention deficit disorder and executive functioning, specific learning disabilities, twice exceptionalities (learning disabled and gifted), as well as high-functioning autism spectrum disorder.  Additional information about what questions an assessment may target, the scope of assessments, and the assessment process is found on the FAQ page.

Professional Training
School Neuropsychology Post-Graduate Program, KIDS, Inc., September 2008 – May 2009
Postdoctoral Fellow, Mokihana Project, Department of Education, Lihue, Hawaii, July 1999 – July 2000
Pre-Doctoral Psychology Intern, Kane County Diagnostic Center, Batavia, Illinois, September 1996 – August 1997

Ph.D. in Developmental Psychology and Mental Health, University of Chicago (1999)
M.A. in Developmental Psychology, University of Chicago (1993)
B.A., with Honors, in Psychology, Swarthmore College (1988)

Washington State Psychology License, No. 2944 (since 2004)
Illinois State Psychology Licence, No. 071-006195 (2000-2004)

Recent Work Experience
Private Practice, Bellevue, Washington,  August 2013 – present
Private Practice, Cascara Center, Bellingham, Washington, September 2008 – July 2013
Private Practice, Freedman and Associates, Bellingham, Washington, June 2004 – August 2008
Staff Psychologist, Child and Adolescent Behavioral Health, Mt. Sinai Hospital, Chicago, Illinois, January 2001 – October 2003

Professional Memberships
American Psychological Association
International Dyslexia Association
Council for Exceptional Children
National Association of Gifted Children