About Dr. Hall

I am devoted to helping parents and children feel good. Let me help you take pride in who you are and where you want to go!

More about me. Dr. Hall is a licensed psychologist and school psychologist with extensive clinical and school experience in the treatment of childhood ADHD, behavior disorders, tic disorders, school refusal, and co-occurring conditions of anxiety, depression, and autism. She has worked with parents and educators across school and clinical settings to promote the mental health, educational success, confidence, and welfare of school-aged youth with neurodevelopmental disorders. Dr. Hall has a strong foundation in mindfulness, behavioral parent coaching, psychoeducational evaluations, functional behavior assessments (FBAs), and cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT). She provides evidence-based interventions that address ADHD and behavioral management for children, young adults, and their parents to support a fulfilling parent-child connection, a self-aware and motivated child, and a conscious and grounded parent. These interventions include Parent Management Training (PMT), Behavioral Parent Training (BPT), Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT), Comprehensive Behavioral Intervention for Tics (CBIT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). Dr. Hall’s mission is to restore and refresh the parenting approach and the childhood experience so that each parent and child feels respected, valued, and supported.

In addition to managing her part-time private practice, Dr. Hall is employed as a full-time licensed psychologist at the Episcopal Academy in Newtown Square, PA. Previously, she worked in private practice at the Child Mind Institute in the ADHD and Behavior Disorders Center located in Manhattan, New York where she provided parent coaching and individual therapy. Prior to these experiences, Dr. Hall was employed at the Special School District of St. Louis County, where she served as a school psychologist and accomplished her post-doctoral and internship trainings. She led the special education evaluation process and data-team meetings across three scholastic environments: an elementary school, high school and a residential facility. In addition, she has served part-time as a clinical psychologist at the University of Missouri-St. Louis, where she conducted comprehensive psychological evaluations and provided recommendations for children and young adults with diverse mental health diagnoses.

Dr. Hall completed her doctorate at the University of Rhode Island. Her research was specialized in the areas of reading acquisition, ADHD, self-concept and neurocognition. 

Dr. Hall is passionate about helping children and adolescents reach their full potential academically, socially, emotionally and intellectually. She has utilized mindfulness-based, cognitive-behavioral and interpersonal therapies to promote self-awareness, motivation and pro-social behavior in youth. Additionally, Dr. Hall is a certified Hatha yoga teacher and incorporates techniques from her Hatha yoga and Baptiste training to teach individuals the benefits of mindfulness. 


PhD in Psychology with a School Specialization, University of Rhode Island

MA in Psychology, University of Rhode Island

BA in Psychology and Chemistry, Summa Cum Laude, University of Rhode Island


Interdisciplinary Neuroscience Certification, University of Rhode Island

Hatha Yoga Instructor (200 Hours) Certification, Rishikesh, India