Uncovering Potential,
Unlocking Possibilities

About Us

“There are two lasting gifts we give our children. One is roots, the other is wings.”

At The Wright Psychology & Learning Center, we help children and teens overcome obstacles and uncover their potential today, in order to unlock the possibilities of tomorrow.



Our evaluations identify the underlying cause of why your child is struggling. We then use this information to create a detailed plan for treatment. This plan serves as your “road map” for success and provides all the information you need to pursue IEP and 504 Plans in school.


Our licensed therapists partner with you and give you the tools you need to help your child feel better, and restore a sense of balance and calm in your home. 

Learning center

Our professional instructors offer customized, one-on-one academic intervention for children and teens. Reading, writing and math sessions take place at our office, online, in your home, or at your child’s school.


Dr. Maggie helped to diagnose my dyslexic child and gave us the tools to help her learn. She also helped another one of my children with some severe anxiety attacks. So grateful for her loving guidance!
Parent of a testing client

Dr. Wright is a wonderful clinician. She helped us understand our gifted children and support us in learning to help them and advocate for them in their school. Our parenting and family relationships are stronger and better for her work and insight.
Parent of a testing client

Dr. Wright is great. If you think your child has a learning disability, this is the place to go!
Parent of a Learning Center client

Why Us

Renowned specialists in the Louisville-area

Doctoral-level licensed psychologists

Personalized, tailored approach

Thorough evaluations (interviews, observations, evaluations)

Best-in-class testing instruments

Credentialed, professional tutors

Research-based, gold-standard educational interventions

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