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Educational Diagnostic Services for Children and Youth in Northern Virginia and Metro DC Area
Dr. Suzie Tochterman Muir

testing for learning disabilities children and  teens in Virginia


1489 Chain Bridge Road, Suite 203
McLean VA 22101

Bethesda, MD:

5104 Westpath Court
Bethesda, Maryland 20816

Also available for travel to child's school or home

Tel: 703-728-8676


Educational Testing for Students Pre-Kindergarten through Graduate School
Comparing Cognitive Ability to Academic Achievement
Learning Disabilities & Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
Evaluation, Diagnosis & Recommendations

WEEKEND Saturday/Sunday & Weekday APPOINTMENTS Available
Serving Clients from Washington DC, Virginia, and Maryland

Referrals include students who are:

  1. Struggling in school. Including Difficulty with one of more of the following: Learning to Read; Reading Comprehension; Written Expression; Spelling; Learning Math Facts; Math Calculations; Concepts and Applications; Oral Expression; Memory/Retrieval; Test Taking; Following Directions; Listening; Staying on task; Finishing Work within Time Allotment; Planning, Organizing, Executing)
  2. Needing independent school admission testing or further testing to appeal gifted and talented placement denial (WPPSI-III/WISC-IV)
  3. Identified college bound student needing a current evaluation for the purposes of applying for University and/or College Board (SAT/ACT) accommodations

Dr. Muir has the primary goal to help your child succeed in school. She has experience teaching in public and private, regular and special education settings, PreK-12, in the Washington DC Metropolitan area. Additionally Dr. Muir has experience teaching both undergraduate and graduate courses at Colorado State University, George Mason University and The George Washington University preparing teachers to meet the specific learning needs of their students. Dr. Muir has been recognized for her teaching, and awarded grants and published papers about what works for students with special learning needs.

Parents can be assured that Dr. Muir will provide professional service with personal attention in a timely manner. Dr. Muir works in collaboration with a clinical psychologist during the interpretation and analysis of results; they both sign off on reports. Recommendations include specific websites and books for parents, support services and list of providers for students, and concrete suggestions for school implementation to increase maximum learning potential.

VISA/MASTERCARD/Payment Plans Accepted

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