About Dr. Fry

I have over 25 years experience providing both psychological and educational services in schools and private practice.  My practice has included evaluations for special education and Section 504 eligibility, vocational rehabilitation, Florida Center for Autism and Related Disabilities, program eligibility for gifted students, Supplemental Security Income (SSI), college accommodations, and specific  treatment planning.  Currently, my practice focuses on various types of evaluations for mental health concerns, disability eligibility, diagnostic clarification, and treatment planning.  I provide consultation and training on many mental health conditions, assessment techniques, and  developmental disabilities.  In addition to providing support to persons with disabilities, I am a strong advocate for comprehensive mental health treatment for children and families.  Part of my practice is devoted to helping families navigate the special education process and helping students receive appropriate Individual Education Programs (IEPs) including related services provided by properly credentialed professionals.   

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Licensed Psychologist (OR #3208)

Licensed School Psychologist (OR #376412)

Nationally Certified School Psychologist (#37067)

Areas of Expertise

Assessment and Treatment of Neurodevelopmental Disorders

Bipolar and Depressive Disorders

Autism Spectrum Disorder

Traumatic Brain Injury

Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder

Specialized Clinical Training

  • Internship and Residency Emphasis on Neuropsychological Assessment

  • Comprehensive Autism Assessment Training Program by Psychologists at Univ. Colorado Health Sciences JFK Partners

Professional Organizations

Member American Psychological Association

Academic Degrees

Ph.D. Educational Psychology

Ed.S. School Psychology

M.A.T. Secondary Education

B.A. Foreign Language/Psychology


School Psychologist Public Schools

Private Practice


Adjunct Faculty Univ. of Memphis