Lee Anne Woomert, Psy.D.
Dr. Lee Anne Woomert is a licensed psychologist in the state of Maryland and the owner of Bridgewater Psychology & Learning Center. She completed her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Music Performance at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and her Master of Arts and Doctor of Psychology at the University of Indianapolis. She completed her psychology internship at the Milton Hershey School, and her postdoctoral fellowship in the Department of Behavior Psychology and Department of Neuropsychology at the Kennedy Krieger Institute and the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Upon completion of her fellowship, Dr. Woomert went on staff at the Kennedy Krieger Institute to provide psychological services. She conducted evaluations in the Department of Neuropsychology and therapy in the Department of Behavior Psychology at the Kennedy Krieger Institute and Johns Hopkins Hospital prior to opening her private practice in Annapolis. Over the course of her career, Dr. Woomert has provided integrative psychological assessment and therapeutic services in a wide range of settings including hospitals, schools, residential treatment centers, and community clinics.
Dr. Woomert enjoys spending time with her husband and their two energetic girls. The family loves to explore new places, be outdoors, play with their cats and dog, and cook.
Vanessa Hong, Ph.D., NCSP
Dr. Vanessa Hong is a licensed psychologist, Nationally Certified School Psychologist (NCSP), and certified youth yoga instructor. She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree with a major in Psychology and minor in Sociology from Duke University, and her Master of Arts and Doctor of Philosophy in School Psychology from the University of Maryland, College Park. Dr. Hong completed practicum training in multiple Maryland school systems, at the University of Maryland, and nonprofit centers. She completed her School Psychology internship in the Anne Arundel County Public School System prior to working as a School Psychologist in the Baltimore County Public School System. During this time, Dr. Hong has provided psychological services to students from toddlerhood through high school in the areas of psychoeducational assessments, IEP/504 Plan development, therapeutic and behavioral interventions including counseling and FBA/BIP development, and teacher consultation among other services. Dr. Hong is committed to matters of equity and social diversity which she carries throughout her scope of practice.
In her free time, Dr. Hong enjoys running races, riding horses, and doing craft projects with her two children and husband.
Caitlin Quinn, M.Ed.
Caitlin Quinn is a certified elementary education teacher from Crofton, Maryland. She completed her Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education at the University of Maryland, College Park as well as a Master of Education as a Reading Specialist with an Endorsement in Special Education. Over the past twelve years, Caitlin has worked in Montgomery County Public Schools and Anne Arundel County Public Schools as a classroom teacher. She has also served as an Intervention Specialist for reading and math. She is also a candidate for National Board Certification. She has a specialized interest in Gifted Learners and Twice Exceptional Learners, specifically in the area of mathematics. She also enjoys collaborating with parents/families to support the goals and needs of their students.
In her free time, Caitlin enjoys spending time with her husband, her son, Brooks, and their Bernese Mountain Dog, Winston. She also loves reading, traveling, and cycling.
Thomas Stuppy, M.A.
Thomas is a certified English Teacher from Howard County, Maryland. He earned his Bachelor’s degrees in Marketing and English from the University of Maryland, and his Master’s of Arts in Teaching from the University of Pittsburgh. Since 2010, Thomas has taught English and creative writing at Atholton High School in Columbia, Maryland, where he also coaches in the Allied Sports program. Thomas specializes in test preparation and creative writing, in addition to writing for the Bridgewater Blog.
Outside of the classroom, he loves spending time with his family, reading , and playing guitar.