Mollie Dee, Psy.D. (Dee Psychological Services, PLLC)
Henry H. Houston Elementary
Julia R. Masterman Laboratory and Demonstration School Philadephia, PA
Central High School
BA The George Washington University (Psychology)
Psy.D. The George Washington University (Clinical Psychology)
Mollie S . Dee, Psy.D. is a licensed clinical psychologist in the District of Columbia and the state of Maryland. At present, she is virtual only and not accepting new clients until Fall 2021. She has collaborated with WPA since 2015 as a dedicated, thoughtful, and easygoing evaluator. In the course of her training, Dr. Dee acquired a variety of clinical experiences in both therapy and assessment. This included work within private practice, school, in-patient, and community settings. She completed her pre-doctoral internship at The Women’s Center in Vienna, Virginia, and gained post-doctoral experience as a psychologist at a DC Public Charter High School. Prior to pursuing her doctoral degree, Dr. Dee spent many years working with children and adolescents diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorders and severe developmental delays. She had the great benefit of working with many wonderful professionals, both in formal training as a part of clinical teams, whose treatment approaches range from Floortime and play therapy to structured cognitive behavioral work. This diverse set of experiences has added to the tools in her toolbox (so to speak) and allowed her to think flexibly about what interventions and approach are the best fit for the client or family she is working with.
Dr. Dee is passionate about assessment. While she relishes her role as a clinical “detective,” she also puts greats emphasis on gaining an understanding of each individual’s strengths, needs, and challenges. Dr. Dee enjoys working with children, adolescents, and young adults and is adept at identifying learning profiles, emotional difficulties, and situational stressors, with a concerted focus on solutions. She feels that making people feel at ease and building a strong working rapport is an essential part of the evaluation process. She looks forward to working with individuals and families facing developmental or academic challenges and is comfortable assisting in advocating for their needs (whether that be in identifying giftedness, planning emotional/behavioral supports, determining eligibility for an IEP, etc.). In addition to full psychological assessments, Dr. Dee also offers admissions testing at WPA.