Dr. Hall attended Texas A&M on a National Merit Scholarship where she was on the Dean’s List, earning a Bachelors of Science degree in Psychology. Her education then continued at Texas Woman’s University where she entered directly into the doctoral program in psychology. During graduate school, Dr. Hall was trained in the cognitive and personality assessment of children and adults, including specialized training in preschool assessment. Dr. Hall was awarded a scholarship and a grant from her graduate school and was also nominated by her department for Graduate Student of the Year. She graduated with her Ph.D. in Psychology.
She continued her training with an internship at Wichita Collaborative Psychology Internship Program, the oldest training consortium in the United States. During internship, Dr. Hall was again able to work with a wide range of ages, from young children to older adults. Dr. Hall worked with these individuals performing assessments and diagnostic work as well as conducting therapy. Following completion of her internship, Dr. Hall was awarded a prestigious postdoctoral fellowship at Wichita State University. During her fellowship, she continued her specialized training in the assessment of ADD/ADHD (Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder) and Learning Disabilities. She then returned to Texas where she is a licensed psychologist in Austin.
Dr. Hall has worked with many institutions providing specialized assessments and diagnosis of Learning Disabilities and ADD/ADHD, including Scottish Rite Learning Center, and Rawson-Saunders School. Dr. Hall currently maintains a private practice in Austin, Texas. She deeply enjoys working with this population and has a strong commitment to improving the lives of those who struggle with Learning Disabilities and ADD/ADHD. In her free time, Dr. Hall enjoys indoor rock climbing, yoga, and exploring Austin with her dog and friends.