Psychological Assessments Philadelphia

Rittenhouse Psychological Assessments Philadelphia

A private, group practice focusing on comprehensive, individualized and positive-focused assessments for late adolescents and adults. We specialize in assessing adults with learning disabilities and ADHD as well as helping people find careers that are best suited to their abilities, interests, and styles. Please visit Rittenhouse Psychological Assessments Philadelphia.

Marcy Caldwell is the director and supervising psychologist at Rittenhouse Psychological Assessments and is a licensed clinical psychologist who has been specializing in the treatment and assessment of ADHD and learning disabilities for over 15 years. She is the former senior assessment supervisor at Tuttleman Counseling Services at Temple University and a lecturing professor at the University of Pennsylvania. In addition to these roles and her private practice, she has also worked at Villanova University, Seabrook House, The Temenos Center and JJ Peters Institute.

Matt completed an APA-accredited internship at Temple University’s Tuttleman Counseling Services and received his doctorate in clinical psychology from Loyola University Maryland. Matt will remain at Tuttleman Counseling Services as a post-graduate counseling fellow in 2018-2019. Throughout the course of his training, Matt worked in a variety of settings conducting both therapy, psychoeducational and neuropsychological assessments, including Morgan State University, Chase Brexton Health Services, and Johns Hopkins University Department of Rehabilitation.

Matt’s approach to assessment is client-centered and strength-based. During the course of testing, Matt works to understand each client’s unique strengths and coping strategies. Matt realizes that every client is unique and presents with their own difficulties. He works to help clients utilize these strengths and strategies in conjunction with clinically based recommendations in an individualized and personal way.

Matthew recently received his doctorate in clinical psychology from George Washington University’s School for Professional Psychology. He is originally from Maryland and has a background in community mental health. Since coming to Philadelphia he has completed an APA-approved internship at Temple University’s Tuttleman Counseling Center where he was given the honor of continuing on as post-graduate counseling fellow. Matthew’s areas of interest include: working with students, emerging adults, and LGBTQ populations, treating substance use concerns, and providing comprehensive psychological assessments.

505 South 22nd Street
Between Lombard and South
Center City
Philadelphia, PA

505 South 22nd Street
Philadelphia 19146 PA US
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