Drs. Scott and Amy Beebe are Psychologists practicing in Shelby County, Tennessee. Dr. Scott Beebe provides psychoeducational assessments for students from kindergarten through adulthood. Dr. Amy Beebe provides disability evaluations for veterans as a subcontractor for VES and QTC.
Dr. Amy Beebe is a licensed psychologist with over 27 years of experience. She earned her doctorate in psychology from The University of Southern Mississippi. She has a forensic designation from the American College of Forensic Examiners and is a Diplomate of the American Board of Psychological Specialties.
Dr. Beebe has given lectures and conducted inservice instruction to many area public and private schools as well as major companies. She has also served as a board member for The Bodine School and the Foster Care Review Board of Shelby County.
Dr. Beebe now focuses on conducting veterans' exams as a third party contractor.
Dr. Scott Beebe is a licensed psychologist specializing in psycho-educational assessment. He earned his doctorate in the Department of Psychology at the University of Memphis.
Dr. Beebe provides assessment and diagnosis of learning and psychological problems for children, adolescents and adults in both English and Spanish. Prior to entering full-time private practice, Dr. Beebe served for 11 years as a psychologist for the legacy Shelby County Schools where he assessed students and assisted with behavior intervention programs.
Scott and Amy Beebe met at Westmnister College, Fulton, Missouri in 1985. They were married in 1991. They are now happy empty nesters as their two grown children are living independently and are no longer on the "parental payroll".
The Drs. Beebe live in Germantown, Tennessee with their two dachshunds.
Dr. Amy Beebe evaluates veterans for VA disability benefits as a third party contractor.
Psycho-educational assessments assist in the diagnosis of learning, behavior or emotional problems that a child/adult is experiencing. The assessment also aids in treatment planning and school placement. Suspected problems for which an assessment is typically recommended include: ADD/ADHD, Processing Disorders, Learning Disabilities, Dyslexia, Asperger’s Syndrome, Autism, and other types of developmental delays.
Dr. Scott Beebe provides full assessment of students in Spanish. This is done through area public schools or in his private practice. In addition to diagnosing learning problems, this assessment can determine the extent to which limited English proficiency is responsible for the child’s problems.
Dr. Scott Beebe and Ms. Melissa Greer perform disability evaluations for children and adults by contract with the Social Security Administration.
The initial appointment is $150 ($125 with cash or check). This is the time that Dr. Beebe will meet with parents, gather the necessary information, and together plan what will be the next steps in treatment or assessment.
The cost of a psycho-educational assessment will be $800 ($750 with cash or check). There is an additional fee for psycho-educational evaluations conducted on weekends or holidays.
This cost includes the testing session, written report and results conference with the parents. There are no additional fees if additional testing sessions are required.
Optional Program, APEX and CLUE testing do not require an initial appointment. Fees for this testing ranges from $170 to $320 ($150-$280 with cash or check) and depending on the extent of testing required).
Adult ADHD Screening us $250 ($220 with check or cash).
Payment is due at the time of service. Acceptable forms of payment include: cash, check, and/or credit card.
Drs. Scott and Amy Beebe work hard to keep their fees affordable.
With the exception of the veterans' exams, their services are considered “private pay” services, meaning that the parents of the child or the adult patient/client is responsible for paying for services themselves. However, if a patient/client wishes to file a claim themselves (for “Out of Network” reimbursement), we will provide an invoice with the needed insurance codes.
Many established mental health professionals do not join or remain on insurance panels for several reasons. Filing insurance requires a significant breach of patient/client confidentiality. This includes a psychiatric diagnosis which will then become part of the patient’s/client’s permanent health record. Having such a diagnosis could result in higher premiums, exclusions of preexisting conditions, or denial of insurance.
Also, there is a great deal of paperwork required, which takes time and energy away from the patient/client and significantly drives up costs. Providers who join insurance panels have to pass these costs on to clients in the form of higher fees.