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Dr. Fogle is a licensed school psychologist with unique experience in working with children and their families across school and clinical settings. She combines her expertise in child assessment and her understanding of the educational setting to provide comprehensive evaluations and meaningful recommendations that address a wide range of family and school concerns. The ultimate goal of an evaluation is to have a clear picture of a child’s strengths and needs to provide parents, teachers, and other professionals with a road map for how best to support his or her learning and development going forward. 

Psychoeducational Assessment of Children and Adolescents

Livy Fogle, Ph.D

48 Courtenay Drive   Charleston, SC   29403

(843) 853-3005

About Dr. Fogle

Livy Fogle is a licensed psychologist who provides comprehensive psychological assessments of children and adolescents experiencing a wide range of cognitive, academic, social, and emotional issues. She earned her bachelor's degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, majoring in Psychology and English. She obtained her Ph.D. in School Psychology at the University of South Carolina. As part of her doctoral training, she completed an APA-accredited internship at Lewisville Independent School District (LISD) in Texas. Afterward, she accepted a psychological residency position with LISD and continued her school-based training.

Obtaining a post-doctoral fellowship in the Division of Genetics and Developmental Pediatrics at the Medical University of South Carolina allowed Dr. Fogle to return to her hometown of Charleston. Her fellowship included supervised experience in neuropsychological assessment and the diagnosis of autism spectrum disorders. She established her private practice in 2005. Early on in her practice, she co-directed a day camp designed to strengthen social and coping skills in children struggling with ADHD, autism spectrum disorders, and other emotional-behavioral concerns. She has had a range of unique experiences working in school, clinical, and medical settings - all of which inform her practice today. 

Dr. Fogle finds it truly rewarding to work closely with children, parents, teachers, and other professionals as she tries to better understand why a student is struggling and what might help them be more successful. 


Assessment for Attention and Learning
Evaluation of Autism Spectrum Disorders
Consultation with Families and Schools

The Evaluation Process


Parents come in for an intake interview before I meet your child. This allows you to talk openly and confidentially about your concerns. I will also get your permission to gather information from teachers, therapists, and other professionals who work with your child. We may also discuss the possibility of an observation at school. 


Testing is either completed over the course of a full day (generally for students in 6th grade and older) or during two shorter sessions (for preschool or elementary school students). Parents also have the option to break testing into two sessions for older students.


An in-person feedback conference is typically scheduled 2 weeks after testing is complete. I will provide you with a detailed written report and we will discuss the key findings and recommendations. I am also available to answer questions after you’ve reviewed the report on your own after our meeting. 


Directions and Contact

Dr. Fogle's office is conveniently located in downtown Charleston near MUSC.

Parking is available behind the building in designated spaces.

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