Areas of Specialty
Learning and Psychological Assessments
(for elementary, middle, and high school students)
- Academic learning including issues in reading, written language, and mathematics
- Attention issues including subtypes of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
- Memory and learning
- Executive functioning
- Social issues
- Mood, depression, and anxiety
- Impact of temperament on learning
Frequently Asked Questions about Learning Evaluations
(for elementary, middle, and high school students as well as college-aged students/young adults)
- Emotion Regulation
- Social Issues
- Adjustment Issues
- Family Issues
Background and Training
Dr. Hungelmann received her Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) from The College of Saint Benedict/Saint John’s
University in Minnesota with a Major in Psychology. During college, Dr. Hungelmann completed a
National Institutes of Health (NIH) research fellowship at the Institute of Child Development at the
University of Minnesota, further solidifying her commitment to working with children and adolescents.
Dr. Hungelmann received both her Master of Science (M.S.) and Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in
School/Pediatric Psychology with a specialization in Pediatric Neuropsychology from the University of
Utah. She completed a predoctoral internship in Child Clinical and Pediatric
Psychology/Neuropsychology at Primary Children’s Medical Center in Salt Lake City. Dr. Hungelmann
then completed a postdoctoral fellowship in Pediatric Psychology/Neuropsychology at Seattle Children’s
Hospital. She has had extensive training in neuropsychological and learning assessments and cognitive
behavioral therapy with children and adolescents. Dr. Hungelmann served as an Attending Pediatric
Psychologist on the Rehabilitation Medicine Service at Seattle Children’s Hospital and as a Clinical
Assistant Professor in the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine at the University of Washington.
Dr. Hungelmann began private practice in 2004. Her specialty areas of assessment include Dyslexia and
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Dr. Hungelmann has a particular interest in therapy
with adolescents across the developmental span from middle school to young adulthood. She is a
member of the American Psychological Association (APA), the Washington State Psychological
Association (WSPA), the Pacific Northwest Neuropsychological Society (PNNS), the Washington Branch
of the International Dyslexia Association (WABIDA), and the Learning Disability Association (LDA) of
Payment and Insurance
Dr. Hungelmann is an out-of-network provider and does not contract with any insurance. Payment is
due at the time of service and is accepted via personal check, credit card, or health savings account card.
Dr. Hungelmann provides insurance receipts to families who wish to submit claims for insurance
reimbursement. It is each patient’s responsibility to inquire with their insurance about their out-of-
network benefits so that they know what to expect upon submission of insurance claim forms.
For evaluations, the first estimated half is due at the time of the parent intake meeting and the
remaining balance is due at the final parent feedback meeting. At that time, families are provided with
an insurance receipt so that they may submit the claim to insurance. For therapy, payment is due at the
time of each service provided.
Although Dr. Hungelmann’s therapy practice is typically full, please contact her for possible availability and/or referral recommendations.
Dr. Hungelmann typically books out for evaluations 6-12 months in advance ; however, once an evaluation is scheduled she will contact you with
any possible cancellations or earlier openings. Please call (206) 729-2829 ext. 7 for additional information about her practice.
Forms and Fees
Please inquire directly about current fees. Once an appointment is scheduled, Dr. Hungelmann will provide you with a link to a secure client portal for completing documents.