David Sheslow, Ph.D.
Dr. David Sheslow joined the Hockessin Center for Change after more than 30 years of practice at the Alfred I. duPont Hospital. Dr. Sheslow was a staff psychologist, Co-Director of the Division of Behavioral Health, and ended his career as the Director of the Residency Training Program. While working with children and adolescents during the day, Dr. Sheslow maintained a private practice with adults for more than 25 years. At the Hockessin Center, Dr. Sheslow's practice is open to children, adults and families with problems that range from illness related issues to anxiety to family conflict.
Professionally, Dr. Sheslow obtained his M. A. and Ph. D. degrees from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. He has published on various professional journals and presented papers at many professional conferences. He is most proud of authoring several psychological tests that are widely used throughout the country. (e. g. The Wide Range Assessment of Memory and Learning).
Dr. Sheslow is married and had two children. His wife Liz is a Speech Pathologist in the schools. His son Paul has a degree in nursing from the University of Delaware and his daughter Annie is attending Kenyon College in Ohio. Dr. Sheslow splits his time between northern Delaware and the beaches of Lewis.
To reach Dr. Sheslow directly, please call 302-547-1945 (confidential mobile line).