Academic Assessment Solutions – Elaine Huot, Child Study, M.Ed., CDE licensed, 303.579.4496


Dr. Cynthia Johnson, www.stepstoneassessment.com, 720-617-9800, Boulder, is a licensed Clinical Psychologist and a Nationally Certified School Psychologist who specializes in diagnosing and treating children and adolescents with learning disabilities, gifted/2e, complex ADHD, traumatic brain injury, intellectual disability, and related emotional, social and behavioral difficulties. StepStone Psychological Assessment and Therapeutic Services works extensively with families and schools to support children and adolescents, and offers therapeutic services to help students utilize their strengths and successfully negotiate any areas of difficulty.


Dr. Nancy Dyer – licensed clinical psychologist providing diagnostic and neuropsychological testing and child, adult and adolescent psychotherapy.  Fo your convenience, services are provided at offices in Denver and Westminster, 303.333.3001


Dr. Kirk – located in Louisville, Colorado. Comprehensive evaluations are conducted with children, adolescents, and young adults with a history of developmental difficulties and/or acquired injuries including: traumatic brain injury, learning disabilities, ADHD, Pervasive Developmental Disorders, epilepsy, brain tumors, spina bifida, and mental retardation. Louisville, 303.915.0108


Turning Point Assessments – We provide the following services: gifted and talented identification, IQ and achievement testing, college level disability testing, learning disability diagnosis including dyslexia and dysgraphia, ADHD diagnosis, twice-exceptional determination (GT and LD or ADHD). Located in Denver, 720.237.9059


Dr. Emily Kean – Provide psychodynamically oriented psychotherapy for children, adolescents, and adults. Conduct psychoeducational and psychological evaluations for children and adolescents. Louisville, 303.868.2058


Speech, Language, Hearing Center at CU – Boulder, 303.492.5375


Jen Marson Parker, M.A. CCC-SLP, Owner of Rocky Mountain Speech, Language, & Learning (Rocky Mountain SLL), Assistant Clinical Professor in Speech-Language Pathology at CU-Boulder.  Some research shows that people with dyslexia may be at higher risk for Auditory Processing Disorder; Rocky Mountain SLL is the only private clinic in Colorado that provides multidisciplinary assessment to support these individuals and their families. Our assessments are functional and family-centered; our goal is to help answer a family’s most important questions. For more information, families may contact me directly at:

Kathy Sherman – Hillside School –  Boulder, 303.494.1468 – Hillside School provides specialized instruction for students in grades 1-9 in a supportive environment. We enable students with dyslexia and other learning differences to reach their academic potential and become capable and confident learners.


Children’s Hospital – Hearing, Speech, and Learning Care – Denver, 720-777-6800


University of Denver – Learning Disabilities and Neuropsychology Clinic – Denver,
303-871-4403


Colorado Literacy and Learning Center – Colorado Springs, 719.227.0026 and Denver, 720.399.9979 – Colorado Literacy and Learning Center is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization established in 2007 to provide services to children and adults with dyslexia and related learning disabilities while serving as a center for professional development.

Valerie Tucker, M.Ed. – 214.202.3431

Laura Santerre-Lemmon, Ph.D., Psychology Offices at Stanley, Aurora CO, 720.515.4292


University of Colorado’s Attention, Behavior, and Learning Clinic – Boulder, CO. This clinic offers an assessment of ADHD, learning disabilities, and other cognitive, emotional, and behavioral difficulties for children and adolescents. Select services are also provided to CU students and other adults. To obtain more information about these assessments, please call our intake line at 303-492-6351.


Linda Cain, http://www.atriskalternatives.com, Boulder, 720.299.8844 – Our clinic provides comprehensive, psychoeducational evaluations to better understand a child’s learning strengths and needs. Evaluations include an overview of a student’s academic needs, including whether a diagnosis of dyslexia is appropriate.  In addition, cognitive testing, attentional and Executive Function testing, and an emotional screen help to understand helpful learning and regulatory strategies, as well as how to utilize a student’s strengths and passions.


Emily Werner, Ph.D., licensed clinical psychologist, 303.223.4186. Private practice in Boulder focused on developmental assessment including comprehensive evaluation for learning and attention difficulties, executive functioning difficulties, and autism spectrum disorder. I also am on staff at Children’s Hospital Colorado in Developmental Pediatrics, where I also provide evaluations.  http://www.wernerchildpsychology.com