Ann Schlegelmich, Psy.D. (Ann Schlegelmilch PsyD, PLLC)
Cheshire Vocational Program Preschool
Symonds Elementary School Keene, NH
Keene Middle School
Keene High School
B.A. Wesleyan University (Psychology and Women’s Studies)
Psy.D. The Virginia Consortium Program in Clinical Psychology
Ann Schlegelmilch, Psy.D. is a licensed clinical psychologist in the District of Columbia and Maryland. She has a broad range of experience providing therapy and assessment services to individuals across the lifespan, with a specialization in the assessment of children, adolescents, and young adults. Dr. Schlegelmilch is committed to creating a testing experience that feels safe and supportive and that opens doors to new ways of understanding an individual’s strengths, challenges, and relationship with their environment.
Dr. Schlegelmilch received her Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology and women’s studies from Wesleyan University. While completing her undergraduate studies, she gained experience with behavioral interventions and social skills training for children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and high-functioning autism through internships with the NYU Child Study Center. Following her undergraduate studies, she went on to work as a one-on-one classroom aide to a child with ADHD and learning disabilities. Dr. Schlegelmilch then worked as a research assistant on two short-term ADHD medication effectiveness trials and a NIMH-funded study looking at parent-child attachment styles and anxiety disorders at George Washington University.
Dr. Schlegelmilch completed her doctoral training at the Virginia Consortium Program in Clinical Psychology, where she conducted psychoeducational assessments for special education and gifted services eligibility and comprehensive psychological assessments for children of all ages. Dr. Schlegelmilch completed an APA-accredited internship at the Virginia Treatment Center for Children in Richmond, VA where she received specialized training in the assessment of trauma related disorders, play therapy, and structural family therapy. She then continued to hone her assessment and therapy skills through a postdoctoral residency with the Fairfax-Falls Church Community Services Board.
After completing her training, Dr. Schlegelmilch worked at a private therapeutic day school in Northern Virginia for children and adolescents with behavioral and emotional challenges, providing crisis intervention, individual therapy, and social and life skills groups. She also participated in IEP meetings and collaborated with school staff to create individualized behavioral interventions for students. For the past four years, Dr. Schlegelmilch provided individual and family therapy to address anxiety, depression, behavioral issues, executive functioning deficits, and trauma related disorders at a private practice in Montgomery County.