Dr. Brianna Aldrich

       Dr. Aldrich is a resident in professional psychology at Pinnacle Center and is supervised by Dr. Hall. Her

       background includes working with children, adolescents, and families. She completed her doctorate in

       clinical psychology at Midwestern University- Glendale in 2018. Dr. Aldrich completed her predoctoral

       internship in California working in an intensive outpatient facility with children and adolescents with

      co-morbid substance abuse and mental health diagnoses. Dr. Aldrich's professional background has

      focused on the identification, diagnosis, and treatment of neurodevelopmental disorders as well as trauma

      and attachment-related disorders. She specializes in working with individuals ages 2 years and older.

      Dr. Aldrich utilizes a strengths-based approach in treating individuals and families to help them develop

      the skills necessary to meet their goals.


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

Dr. Morgan Hall

Dr. Hall is a clinical neuropsychologist as well as a certified school psychologist in Arizona. 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 also works with young adults to assist with transitioning to independence and the workforce. Dr. Hall is 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 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. 

2345 E. Thomas Rd, Suite 200A Phoenix, AZ 85016 ∙ (602) 334-1353 ∙ www.pinnaclecenter.org

Pinnacle Center

Neuropsychology and Educational Services

Leslie Croy

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. MaryAnne Belton

Dr. Belton is a licensed psychologist with a specialty in neuropsychology. She performs neuropsychological evaluations for  diverse patients aged 16 years old through older age to determine individual areas of strength and weakness when considering appropriate treatment interventions based upon diagnostic impression. She examines abilities such as attention, intelligence, academic achievement, memory, executive functions, visuospatial skills, motoric speed, and emotional status.

Dr. Belton graduated from Arizona State University in 2003 with a Bachelor’s in psychology. She earned a Master’s in professional counseling from Ottawa University in 2006. After working full-time for a few years, she returned to school and earned a Doctorate in clinical psychology from Argosy University, Phoenix in 2013. She completed a two-year post-doctoral residency in the specialty of neuropsychology working with adult patients in the assessment of neurological, psychological, and emotional functioning. She served as a consultant for an inpatient acute rehabilitation facility for patients recovering from traumatic brain injury, cerebrovascular accident, and other neurological conditions before joining Pinnacle Center. 

 Areas of interest involve assessment and intervention of neurocognitive disorders, traumatic brain injury, and stroke in early adulthood. Dr. Belton enjoys taking part in the training of post-doctoral residents and is an active member of multiple state and national organizations toward the development and advancement of psychology as a profession.