About Wendy Blumenthal, Ph.D.
Dr. Blumenthal received her bachelor’s degree with honors from Emory University. Later, she attended and received her Ph.D. from Nova University in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, and interned at Brown University Medical School in Providence, Rhode Island.
After moving to Atlanta, Georgia in 1986, Dr. Blumenthal worked as a staff psychologist for a post acute head injury treatment program. The next year, she started her private practice working with children and families. At that time, Dr. Blumenthal also became the psychologist for the Cystistic Fibrosis and Spina Bifida treatment teams at the Scottish Rite Campus of Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta. Later, she volunteered her services to these clinics.
Wendy Blumenthal is the mother of three sons; two of which have multiple exceptionalities. She combines the personal perspective of being a parent with her professional expertise to treat children with special needs. Dr. Blumenthal volunteers as a Disaster Mental Health first responder with Atlanta Red Cross.
In 2013, she formed the Sensory Friendly Foundation to provide fun experiences for those with all sensAbilities. The foundation has organized several Sensory Friendly Concerts for children with special and developmental needs. Over 92 percent of attendees have had positive experiences.
Dr. Blumenthal loves spending time at the beach, playing bridge,excercising, and is an avid reader. She is also a volunteer official for Georgia and Florida Odyssey of the Mind competitions, an international program involving creative problem-solving teams.
Years in Practice: 25+
Schools: Attended Emory University and Nova University. Interned at Brown University Medical School.
Year Graduated: 1986
Licenses: PSY001169 Georgia
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