Ridgway & Forsyth Psychology, P.S. is a psychological services corporation.  Prior to incorporating in 2013, Drs. Ridgway and Forsyth maintained independent clinical practices at the Freeway Plaza Building since 1999.  They relocated to their current location in the historic Binkley Building in 2015.   

 

Pamela S. Ridgway, Ph.D.

Dr. Ridgway is a licensed clinical psychologist providing psychotherapy to adults 18 years of age and older. She provides treatment for general psychological and emotional issues such as depression, anxiety, grief/loss, and adjustment to life transitions. Dr. Ridgway also has specialized training and experience in geropsychology (working with older adults and aging issues) and behavioral medicine (the integration of medicine and psychology).

Dr. Ridgway has been licensed to practice psychology in the state of Washington since 2001 (PY-2480).  She earned a Doctor of Philosophy degree in clinical psychology from an APA accredited program at The University of Montana in 1998, and she completed an APA accredited predoctoral psychology internship at the Portland VA Medical Center in Portland, Oregon. Prior to becoming a psychologist, Dr. Ridgway worked in clinical medical laboratories as a MT(ASCP) registered medical technologist.

Dr. Ridgway is a member of the American Psychological Association (APA), the Washington State Psychological Association (WSPA), and the Society of Clinical Geropsychology (APA Division 12, Section 2).

  

Andrew B. Forsyth, Ph.D.

Dr. Forsyth is a clinical psychologist and has been licensed to practice in the state of Washington since 1995 (PY # 1912).  He completed an APA accredited predoctoral psychology internship at Spokane Community Mental Health Center during 1992-93.  He was awarded a Doctor of Philosophy degree in clinical psychology from the APA accredited program at The University of Montana in 1994. 

Since 1995 Dr. Forsyth has maintained a private practice providing psychological assessment, consultation, and treatment services to children, adolescents, and adults with specialization in ADHD and learning disabilities across the lifespan.  He has provided evaluation and consultation services to NW Cryobank, Division of Vocational Rehabilitation, Disability Determination Services, Child Protective Services, Spokane Mental Health and other local agencies and programs (e.g., Goodwill Industries, Sacred Heart Medical Center, Juvenile Rehabilitation Administration, Crime Victims Compensation).  

Dr. Forsyth is a member of the Clinical Psychology Division and the Assessment Psychology Section of the American Psychological Association (APA), the Washington State Psychological Association (WSPA), the Society for Personality Assessment (SPA), and the WA Chapter of the Learning Disability Association of America (LDA).