Your days of struggle and guesswork end here.

Let’s work together to answer your questions and help your child reach their goals.

Bridgewater Psychology & Learning Center provides integrative, unique, and collaborative psychological and educational services—where each step of the plan has been developed with your whole child in mind. We understand there is no one-size-fits-all approach to assessment, therapy, or school-based intervention. Our specialty is providing exceptional support to our exceptional youth and families. Seeking support can be overwhelming and stressful, especially when the person you’re worried about is your child. We are here to help.

At Bridgewater, we will guide you from this shore of worry to a shore of stability and hope.

Your child’s fullest potential awaits.

Testing is more than just numbers. School is more than just assignments. Here, we focus on the process and experience of learning. Come on in, we’ll teach you how to find the knowledge you seek and develop the skills you need to navigate the journey.

Our caring and skilled staff will provide a welcoming, affirming, and safe place for your family. We look forward to joining your team to develop a plan so you feel confident as you navigate day-to-day challenges, and curveballs alike, any time they come your way.

Start your journey with us today by scheduling an Initial Consultation, Screening Assessment, or COVID Learning Check-Up.

Collaboration is key at Bridgewater Psychology & Learning Center. We will work closely with you, your child, and your family’s supporters to examine your needs, history, and goals in order to develop a clear action plan to help guide you to success. We have specialized training to assess and plan for:

  • Academic Achievement
  • ADHD
  • Anxiety Disorders
  • Autism
  • Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, Dyscalculia
  • Emotion Dysregulation
  • Executive Functioning Skills
  • Fine Motor Difficulties
  • Giftedness
  • Language Development
  • Memory/Learning
  • Mood Disorders
  • Neurodivergent Learners
  • Post-Secondary Needs
  • Processing Disorders
  • Sensory Processing Differences
  • Trauma
  • Twice Exceptional (2e) Learners

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