Dr. Alexandra Duffy

Licensed Psychologist

Call Us:  704-654-1920

CAIS, Metrolina Scholars, Gifted & ADHD Testing in Charlotte

gifted testing Winston Salem, home school achievement, AIG,

accommodations, extended time, LSAT, SAT, ACT, DAT exam, MCAT




                              Convenient Locations:

South Charlotte Location:                        Winston Salem Location:          UNCC Satellite Location:

11220 Elm Lane, Suite 203                       2905 Briarcliffe Road                 4350 Main Street, Suite 213

Charlotte NC 28277                                   Winston Salem NC 27106          Harrisburg NC 28075



                        Phone (704) 654-1920 

                        Email contact: admin@DrAlexDuffy.com 


Dr. Alexandra Duffy is a Clinical Psychologist who specializes in comprehensive evaluations for ADHD, Reading Disorders/Dyslexia & Learning Disorders, as well as school admissions testing and kindergarten readiness evaluations. She also offers end of year achievement testing for home school students.

Due to the significant demand for full evaluations and frequent long waits for testing appointments, Dr Duffy offers concierge services at satellite offices in the Triad and Triangle regions. Time is often of the essence when a student needs help documenting and applying for accommodations for learning and attention issues. 


Dr. Duffy provides CAIS testing, Metrolina Scholars Academy IQ testing and AIG / Talent Development testing. She also provides therapy for children, adolescents and adults. Behavior therapy and coping strategies are an essential component for treatment. Dr. Duffy also collaborates with the family, school and physicians to address areas of difficulty and develop treatment plans. 

​With experience working at Harvard, Georgetown, UCLA and George Washington University, Dr. Duffy is able to help students prepare for and select the right academic environment. Dr. Duffy's comprehensive reports meet the documentation requirements when applying for accommodations for standardized testing (i.e., SAT, ACT, GRE, MCAT, LSAT), as well as learning accommodations at colleges and universities around the country.