Who are we?


Ron Dumont, Ed.D, NCSP, received his degree from Boston University in 1985.  His theoretically perspective is psychoeducational.   His practice specialties including learning disabilities, emotional disturbances, cognitive functioning, psychoeducational assessment, intellectual constructs and assessment, and technology for school psychology.

John O. Willis, EdD is a Senior Lecturer in Assessment at Rivier College.  He  graduated magna cum laude in psychology from Cornell University in 1968, and he received his Ed.D. from George Peabody College of  Vanderbilt University in 1983,  is currently certified by the state of New Hampshire as a Specialist in the  Assessment of Intellectual Functioning (SAIF).  In addition to teaching, he also engages in part time consultant work.

Guy M. McBride, Ph.D., was a school psychologist and is licensed practicing psychologist from Hickory, North Carolina.  A native New Yorker, he attended the State University of New York at Albany, graduating with a B.A. and state certification as a secondary English teacher.   He served two years in the Peace Corps as a teacher in Tanzania and taught sixth grade one year in Irondequoit, NY,  before going to George Peabody College at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee in 1968. Interning in Long Beach, New York, he served the next 38 years as a school psychologist first in New York (7  years in Rocky Point, NY)  and then for Burke County Public Schools in North Carolina. He retired from the public school system in 2009.