Dr. Morgan Hall
Dr. Hall is a clinical neuropsychologist as well as a certified school psychologist. She conducts neuropsychological, psychoeducational, and independent educational evaluations (IEEs) to help identify children's strengths and weaknesses and provide diagnoses of childhood disorders when appropriate. All evaluations conclude with helping parents understand their child's unique pattern of cognitive functioning. They also include treatment planning and provision of resources/referrals to address areas of need. Dr. Hall currently sees children and adolescents (ages 2+ years old) who are experiencing difficulties with learning and academics, attention, executive functioning, behavior, mood, daily living, and social skills. She is also a founding member of the organization.
Dr. Hall's professional background has focused on identification and diagnosis of childhood disorders, and as an Arizona native she has a high level of familiarity with the resources available in the community.
Dr. Hall also provides counseling and consultation services to families adjusting to life with a disability of any kind. As a certified school psychologist (having worked for school districts in Arizona and Virginia), she is expertly able to help with development of IEPs and 504 plans. Dr. Hall is passionate about helping all children be as successful as possible.
Ms. Croy is a founding member of the organization. Leslie has been working with children in Arizona for over 27 years, and also has personal experience with raising children with special needs. She is an expert in not for profit leadership and serves as a consultant for other organizations in the valley. At Pinnacle Center she is available to help you decide how to get the services your child needs.
Dr. Samantha Pieknik
Dr. Samantha Pieknik is a licensed clinical psychologist with an extensive background in working with children, adolescents, and their parents. She conducts psychological and psychoeducational evaluations to identify difficulties individuals may be experiencing and to help identify their personal strengths. She specializes in working with children with behavioral disorders, Autism Spectrum Disorder, and ADHD.
She completed her doctorate in Clinical Psychology at the Arizona School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University in 2016 and completed her postdoctoral training here at Pinnacle Center. Dr. Pieknik completed her predoctoral internship experience in Oregon working in an inpatient residential setting with adolescents. She has received training the ADOS-2 Clinical Training Workshop from the University of Washington Autism Center.
Dr. Pieknik's professional background has focused on the early identification, diagnosis, and treatment of childhood disorders, specializing in working with individuals ages 2-to-21. Her goal is to help parents and children identify tools, resources, and strengths specific to their needs in order to be successful and independent.
Pinnacle Center was founded in 2014 by Dr. Hall and Ms.Croy. Our mission is to make high quality neuropsychological and educational services available to all individuals and families.
Pinnacle Center is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization / Tax ID 47-2163863
2345 E. Thomas Rd, Suite 200A Phoenix, AZ 85016 ∙ (602) 334-1353 ∙ www.pinnaclecenter.org