Molly T. Stackhouse, MS, NCSP, ABSNP, XBA-C
I am a MD Psychology Associate working under the supervision of Dr. Clarke and have been a School Psychologist since 2007. My experience working for Maryland Public Schools has given me extensive knowledge of the special education process. Ultimately, I strive to help families understand educational disabilities, navigate the process, and work collaboratively with school teams.
In addition to maintaining a National Certification in School Psychology, I have completed a post-certification in School Neuropsychology and received a Diplomate from the American Board of School Neuropsychologists in 2016. I have a broad knowledge base of several assessment instruments and have been highly trained in conducting school neuropsychological evaluations. I have experience evaluating children and adolescents with a variety of needs, including Emotional Disabilities, ADHD, Autism, and Intellectual Disabilities. With my neuropsychology background, I also am trained to evaluate and identify Learning Disabilities such as Dyslexia, Dysgraphia and Dyscalculia. With knowledge of conducting and interpreting neuropsychological evaluations, I wish to help families and school teams understand how assessment information relates to learning and achievement.
My life outside the office
I was born and raised in Southern Maryland. Originally, I studied Music and obtained an undergraduate degree from York College of PA in 2002. From there, I began my journey in the field of School Psychology and graduated from Millersville University in 2006. I currently live with my husband and daughter in Calvert County. In my free time, I love to read and listen to music. My goal for this year is to read 100 books! I love drinking coffee, going to concerts, walking on the beach, and connecting with and learning about people.
Molly works nights and weekends in the Annapolis office doing psychological, educational, and neuropsychological assessments/testing.