Agnesian HealthCare welcomes two new behavioral health professionals - Christine Majors, PsyD, a pediatric neuropsychologist, and Amber Hall, PsyD, LPC, psychotherapist.
Majors will offer neuropsychological evaluations for children two to 26 years of age at both the Treffert Center and St. Agnes Hospital with a focus on the broad spectrum of concerns, including autism, seizure disorder, brain injury and learning disorders.
A graduate of the California School of Professional Psychology at Los Angeles, Majors completed a neuropsychiatric fellowship from the UCLA Neuropsychiatric Institute and Hospital, UCLA School of Medicine.
“I provide diagnostic assessment to children, adolescents and young adults in a manner that is sensitive to their unique needs and brings about the best result,” according to Majors.
Majors will be joined by Hall who will serve at Doll & Associates and St. Agnes Hospital.
Hall works with children and adolescents. She conducts psychological evaluations including assessments for autism spectrum disorder, ADHD and learning disorders. Hall also provides psychotherapy to address a variety of concerns, including trauma, mood disorders, adjustment difficulties, anxiety, behavior problems and social skills difficulties. Her treatment approach is individualized and includes play therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy and trauma-focused psychotherapy.
“My focus is on working with families who have children who may not be following typical development in order to provide accurate assessment and diagnosis to assist them in attaining the proper treatment,” according to Hall.
Hall earned her degree in clinical psychology from the Wisconsin School of Professional Psychology, Milwaukee.
They will work with Bryan Mischler, APSW, and Vivian Hazell, LPC, who offer psychotherapy services at the Treffert Center with their experience working with individuals affected by a variety of mental health issues across the lifespan.
For more information or to schedule an appointment, call (920) 907-8201.