Dr. Anne Pierce Winsor
" Children are like wet cement. Whatever falls on them makes an impression."
– Haim Ginott –
Before private practice, Dr. Winsor taught public school as a state-certified master teacher, provided support services to Navy Family Services (VA), worked as a school psychology intern for Gwinnett County Public Schools, provided consultation to Athens-Clarke County School teachers, and was an instructor of graduate assessment courses for the University of Georgia. She served as Director of the A.C.T. Early Project, a longitudinal research project supported by federal grants that examined complex and compelling relationships between student’s behavioral and social emotional characteristics and their academic achievement and general school adaptation.
Dr. Winsor is a member of the American Psychological Association, the National Association of School Psychologists, and the Georgia branch of the International Dyslexia Association.
Dr. Winsor is the author of several scholarly articles and has presented at national, state, and local professional conferences.
Psychoeducational Assessment addressing the diagnosis of learning disabilities, ADHD, and behavioral/social emotional disorders as well as the identification of learning styles and recommendations for improving school adaptation and achievement.
Child and Adolescent Therapy solution-focused and cognitive-behavioral individual and family therapy.
Parent Consultation including information on topics of parenting and child development/behavior, parent coaching, and behavioral interventions.
School Consultation working conjointly with teachers and school faculties for student achievement, adaptation, and well-being.