Wendy B. Marlowe, PhD, ABPP

901 Boren Avenue
Suite 610
Seattle, Washington 98104 (Show in Google Maps)
206-623-5217 (voice)
206-623-5217 (tdd)
206-623-2337 (fax)

CONTACT

  • Wendy B. Marlowe, PhD, ABPP
    Clinical Neuropsychologist

HOURS

Weekdays: Mon - Thurs: 8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Program type: Private practice

TYPE OF ORGANIZATION LEGALLY RESPONSIBLE
For Profit: Individual

PRIVATE PRACTITIONER CERTIFICATION/LICENSURE
Licensed

DEAF PROGRAM
Year established: 1979

SERVICES ROUTINELY AVAILABLE TO DEAF PEOPLE

  • Private patient
  • Outpatient services

FEES

Service fee for deaf clients? Yes
Fee covered by third party? No
Adjustable fee (sliding scale)? No

SERVICE PROVIDERS
Staff total: 1
Service Providers Deafnicity: N/A
Interpreting services provided? Yes
Interpreters are hired locally for the type of sign language used by the client. All interpreters are certified.

ACCESSIBILITY
Assistive technologies available: TTY/TDD,

Facilities accessible by wheelchair? Yes
Facilities accessible by public transit? Yes

COMMENTS
Dr. Marlowe is a clinical neuropsychologist with expertise in deafness as part of her training and clinical experience. She has worked extensively with low language deaf adults as well as deaf children, adolescents and adults with broader sign language abilities. As a neuropsychologist, she has worked at a center for deaf individuals prior to establishing her private practice. Her practice is primarily assessment at this time. She will provide forensic services, including court testimony as necessary. She has testified in cases involving Workers Compensation, Disability and Personal Injury. She has also negotiated with employees of deaf clients. She no longer provides psychotherapy as a rule but is available for short-term consultation in addition to comprehensive neuro-psychological assessment.

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