Dr. Diane T. Woodrum

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Diane T. Woodrum, Ed. D., is Retired Chair of the Education Department at Waynesburg University. Dr. Woodrum also taught at West Virginia University for 21 years where she was a professor of Special Education. She holds a BA degree in Special Education–Mental Retardation from Marshall University, a Master's degree from WVU in Special Education, a Master's degree from Loyola University in Learning Disabilities and Emotionally Disturbed and a doctoral degree in Educational Psychology and Special Education from WVU.

Dr. Woodrum did post doctoral work at Marshall University Graduate College in School Psychology- interned in the Taylor County Public Schools as a school psychologist as well as the University Affiliated Center for Developmental Disabilities. She specializes in the evaluation of children from the ages of 4 to early adulthood. Her areas of expertise are LD, MR, BD, gifted, ADHD, and autism spectrum disorders. Dr. Woodrum has done many evaluations for college aged students in many colleges and universities across the States of West Virginia, Pennsylvania and Maryland.

Dr. Woodrum is a licensed school psychologist and has worked with Fremouw-Sigley Psychological Associates for ten years. She has conducted literally hundreds of evaluations and served as the expert witness in the Doe v Withers landmark case in 1999. She is a consistent presenter at national and international conferences in School Psychology and Special Education.

Licensed West Virginia School Psychologist

Specialties:

  • Children ages 4 to young adults with ADHD
  • Intellectual disabilities
  • Emotional problems
  • Learning disabilities
  • Autism spectrum disorder
College aged students with ADHD
  • Learning Disabilities
  • Local school district with IEP's, etc.

Undergraduate Degree - Marshall University

  • Special Education

Master's Degree - West Virginia University

  • Special Education - Mental Retardation

Master's Degree - Loyola University

  • Learning Disabilities
  • Emotional Disturbance

Doctoral Degree - West Virginia University

  • Special Education/Educational Psychology

Post doctoral work

  • School Psychology – Marshall University Graduate College

    Certified to teach:

  • Mental Retardation
  • Learning Disabilities
  • Gifted
  • Emotionally Disturbed
  • Elementary Education K-6

    Retired Chair of the Education Department at Waynesburg University