Wendy Marlowe, Ph.D. ABPP, has been practicing clinical neuropsychology for over 40 years, the last 30+ which have been in Seattle, Washington. She is licensed in the State of Washington, board certified as a Diplomate in Neuropsychology, granted by the American Board of Professional Psychology, and a Fellow in the National Academy of Neuropsychology. Her primary professional activities involve independent practice and clinical research.
Dr. Marlowe’s clinical practice involves the assessment and treatment of children, adolescents and adults with a wide range of neuropsychological disorders. She specializes in challenging assessments of individuals who may be considered difficult to test. Because her practice often involves the assessment of persons with complex and unique characteristics of each individual including age, education, culture, ethnicity, linguistic background and special needs. The goal of her assessment is to understand the cognitive, behavioral and emotional circumstances of each individual and to develop a plan to enable her client to learn more appropriate strategies in order to function more successfully in society.
Dr. Marlowe is an active member of the professional neuropsychological community. She has published in The Clinical Neuropsychologist, Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology, Brain and Cognition, Developmental Neuropsychology and Pediatric Rehabilitation. She has presented at the International Neuropsychological Society, American Psychological Association, Washington State Psychological Association, The World Congress of Neuro Rehabilitation and numerous other venues.
Dr. Marlowe has served the APA as a member of the Committee on Disability Issues in Psychology, as a Consultant in Adolescent Health, and as a member of the Council of Advisors for the APA Project on Adolescent Health. She has been a member of the Minority/Ethnic Affairs Committee of Division 40 and a past president of the Pacific Northwest Neuropsychological Society.
Dr. Marlowe received her relevant undergraduate training in speech and language, education and special education. She earned a master’s degree in language pathology and learning disabilities. Following a number of years of clinical practice and teaching neuroscience at Hahnemann Medical College in Philadelphia, PA, she earned her Ph.D. at the University of Victoria in British Columbia.