Wendy S. Matthews, PhD
Dr. Matthews is known for her work with children. She received her Ph.D. in Developmental Psychology from Cornell University, with postdoctoral work at Harvard University. She is the author of a book on children’s sex-role development and numerous scientific papers dealing with child development, developmental disabilities, and child abuse and neglect. She has given presentations on these topics locally, nationally, and internationally. She has taught extensively at schools such as The New School for Social Research, the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey – Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, Rutgers - The State University of New Jersey, and Princeton University. She has recently retired from full-time private practice in Princeton, NJ, and has moved on to new endeavors. Read on!
To all of my cherished clients and referral sources (schools, pediatricians, former clients, etc.):
After thirty wonderful and fulfilling years, I have retired from my practice.
I have been so privileged to have a profession that provided me with a profound sense of purpose, fulfillment, and joy. But I have so many things I wish to do (follow new career paths, travel, spend time with friends and family, perfect my bridge game, cook, dance, etc.) and think that now is the time to do them!
I am so grateful for the confidence that you have shown in me over the years and the role that each of you as played in making my practice a lively, thriving one! I can’t thank you enough!
To those of you visiting my website for the first time: I invite you to go to the Mercer County Psychological Association website, where you will find a Member Directory. There, the list of local psychologists includes their contact information, as well as their areas of specialization or interest.
Wishing you all the best in the future.