The Summit Counseling Center in Johns Creek, Georgia is pleased to announce the offering of psycho-educational and neuropsychological assessments by Rebecca L. Marshall, Ph.D. Dr. Marshall has over 15 years of clinical and research experience assessing learning disabilities, attention issues, and cognitive and emotional problems. Dr. Marshall completed her clinical and post-doctoral training in the Division of Pediatrics at The University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, and is the author of over 35 original scientific journal publications.
She provides cognitive and emotional assessments for children and adolescents who have suspected learning differences and attention problems. Dr. Marshall also provides neuropsychological assessments for children, adolescents, and young adults with neurological and other medical problems, including epilepsy, brain tumors, and head injury/concussion.
According to Dr. Marshall, she is “thrilled to be joining the outstanding team of professionals at The Summit Counseling Center. The testing and assessment services that we are now offering complement the successful counseling, recovery, health, and wellness programs which are well-established at The Summit.”
The Executive Director at The Summit Counseling Center, Rev. David Smith, M.Div., M.A., believes that neuropsychological and psych-educational assessments are important components for expanding the mental health services offered at The Summit. “We are truly excited to have Dr. Marshall join our practice. Her experience and background are impressive, and we are looking forward to collaborating with her in helping children and families who are experiencing learning, and other cognitive and emotional difficulties.”
Since 1990 The Summit Counseling Center has brought hope and healing to people in need at every stage of life providing a wide range of specialty services for individuals, couples and families. Summit therapists are fully licensed and offer professional counseling integrating body, mind, spirit, and community. We foster a safe, confidential, caring environment in which lives are reclaimed, relationships are revived, and hope is renewed.