Dr. Nicole M. Mathy


Dr. Mathy is a graduate of the Wisconsin School of Professional Psychology where she completed her degree in clinical psychology with a forensic psychology emphasis. She completed her internship with the Wisconsin Department of Corrections and continued on to complete a post-doctoral fellowship in neuropsychology during which she was awarded the Distinguished Post-Doctoral Fellow Award from the American Board of Professional Neuropsychology. Her training included experience in residential and day treatment programs for brain injury rehabilitation, as well as in providing evaluation services in a community-based practice. She also received training in the conduct of FAA psychological and neuropsychological evaluations. She is currently an assistant professor and core faculty member at the Wisconsin School of Professional Psychology where she teaches courses in ethics, neuropsychology, psychopharmacology, interpersonal violence, and the etiology and treatment of addictive behaviors.

Within her practice, Dr. Mathy combines her love of assessment and diagnostics to provide quality and timely evaluations to members of the community. She specializes in adult guardianship evaluations for individuals with developmental or neurodegenerative disorders, or severe and persistent mental illness; and is authorized to complete the GN-3130 for the State of Wisconsin.

Additionally, Dr. Mathy dedicates specific time to the conduct of aeromedical FAA and HIMS neuropsychological and psychological evaluations. She understands the impact such evaluations can have on the lives and careers of pilots and others in the aviation industry and strives to make the process as seamless as possible to minimize anxiety surrounding testing.

Dr. Mathy is licensed to provide psychological/neuropsychological services in the State of Wisconsin (4007).