Dr. Wolff completed his doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology, progressing thereafter through pre and postdoctoral training to specialize in Clinical Neuropsychology. Dr. Wolff has completed specialization in Pediatric Neuropsychology (www.theaapn.org/). He enjoys working with children and families experiencing medical complications and a variety of other factors that may influence their ability to reach their potential. Dr. Wolff has been faculty at Grand Valley State University, Calvin College, and Azusa Pacific University. He has awards for his contributions to the field of psychology and has a history of committee participation through the National Academy of Neuropsychology, the American Psychological Association as a graduate student, and is a Professional Advisor for the Epilepsy Association of Michigan. He has several professional publications and an extensive professional speaking career.
When time permits outside of practice and management demands, Dr. Wolff enjoys fly fishing, camping, hiking, and assisting in nearly any hands on jobs he can find; whether that be assisting in a horse barn or anything else to get hands on and dirty. He hails from rural Minnesota, where he enjoyed working on various farms, concrete work, and helping friends and family. He has always enjoyed the outdoors and hopes to find more time to enjoy the fresh air in coming years. He has assisted coaching youth activities and enjoys being a part of the community.
PsyD - Azusa Pacific University - 2003 MA - Azusa Pacific Unversity - 2000 BA - Concordia College - 1998
Autism Spectrum Disorders
Neurodevelopmental & Genetic Disorders
Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD)
Neuropsychological Processing Disorders
TBI/Head Injury & Concussions