Stephanie Adamkin-Delambre, M.S., LPP
Licensed Psychological Practitioner
The Wright Psychology and Learning Center welcomed Stephanie Adamkin Delambre to the practice in 2018. Stephanie is a Licensed Psychological Practitioner who specializes in working with the early childhood population (birth-5), attachment issues in childhood, and trauma, in addition to working with children, adolescents, and their families who are struggling with emotional, behavioral, developmental, and social disorders. Stephanie is passionate about helping each child and family be the best they can be by finding interventions and supports that work for their unique situations.
Stephanie obtained her M.A degree in General Psychology from the University of Louisville in 2004 and her M.S degree from Eastern Kentucky University in 2006. During her graduate training she specialized in working with children with Developmental Disabilities and the Early Childhood Population, as well as with adolescents in a residential setting. Stephanie spent 9 years working in a Community Mental Health Center setting utilizing evidenced based treatments with a variety of populations. Stephanie received additional specialized training during this time in the areas of trauma, attachment, early childhood issues, and post partum support.
Stephanie is a credentialed trainer in the state of Kentucky and works with child care centers to improve their knowledge base and interactions with children with and without emotional and behavioral disorders. Stephanie has provided trainings on a variety of early childhood topics at several state-wide conferences including the Early Childhood Institute, the Behavior Institute, Prevent Child Abuse Indiana, and the Ready Kids Conference. Stephanie is a state certified trainer for Pediatric Abusive Head Trauma, Substance Exposed Infants, Strengthening Families, and Connect-the-Dots. Stephanie has also provided trainings on topics of maternal and parental mental health for the Kentucky Perinatal Association and Early Childhood Institute. Stephanie is a member of the Kentucky Psychological Association and Post Partum Support International. Stephanie and her husband Brian have a 3 year old daughter who constantly keeps them entertained and on their toes!
Abby Klein, Certified Barton Tutor, IMSLEC Certified Orton-Gillingham Teacher
Learning Center Director, Dyslexia Interventionist, Advanced Certified Barton Tutor
Carmen Cantrell, M.S., CCC-SLP
Speech/Language Pathologist, Dyslexia Interventionist, Advanced Certified Barton Tutor
Caroline McClelland, B.A.
Caroline graduated with her Bachelor’s in Elementary Education from Mississippi College in May 2018, and is currently enrolled as a graduate student in the Masters in Dyslexia Therapy program at Mississippi College. Along with her training in education, Caroline brings with her a deep understanding of Dyslexia and specialized training in Orton-Gillingham methodology. Upon completion of her Masters program, Caroline will be eligible for certification through the International Multisensory Structured Literacy Education Council (IMSLEC). This is the same certification that our Director of Tutoring, Abby Klein, holds and it is considered to be a major accomplishment in the field of Dyslexia Therapy!
Teresa Miller, M.Ed.
Teresa completed her Bachelor of Science in Education at Middle Tennessee State University in 1988, and then went on to obtain her Masters in Special Education at Middle Tennessee State University in 1993. After working for many years as a Special Education Teacher in the Tennessee public school system, Teresa discovered her love of helping students with Dyslexia achieve success and pursued certification in the Wilson Reading Program. Teresa is Level I and Level II Certified in the Wilson Reading Program.
Shelley Schuhmann, M.Ed.