Dr. Amy Schulting
PhD, MEd, Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Dr. Schulting specializes in dyslexia and is passionate about providing early identification and intervention for students with reading difficulties. Dr. Schulting offers comprehensive learning evaluations to diagnose learning disabilities such as dyslexia. She also directs Windmill Education Center where tutors provide evidence-based reading instruction using Orton-Gillingham (OG) based methods. Dr. Schulting is certified as a dyslexia interventionist through the International Dyslexia Association and Center for Effective Reading Instruction with certification in the Wilson Reading System.
Dr. Schulting completed her PhD in clinical psychology at Duke University and received specialized training at TEACCH and UNC-Chapel Hill focused on developmental and learning disabilities, infant/preschool mental health, autism spectrum disorders and school-based intervention. Dr. Schulting is also a former K-12 teacher with a Master’s degree in Education from the University of Virginia, and is currently an education policy researcher at Duke University.
At the Center for Behavior and Learning, Dr. Schulting provides comprehensive learning evaluations for preschool through college-age students to diagnose neurodevelopmental disorders such as dyslexia, ADHD and autism. Evaluations also include assessment related to anxiety, mood, social-emotional functioning and behavioral concerns. Dr. Schulting enjoys working with gifted and twice exceptional children presenting with both intellectual giftedness and learning disabilities. In addition, she provides parent support and consultation to reduce parenting stress, improve parent-child relationships and enhance overall family functioning.
Dr. Schulting is accepting new referrals for evaluation only.
She is in network for Medica, United Behavioral Health, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Minnesota.
Dr. Schulting prefers initial communication by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include your referral concern, insurance, child’s date of birth, and phone number.
Direct phone: (952) 236-6193