Licensed Clinical Psychologist
- Deaf Services
- Autism Services
- Psychological Testing
- Multidisciplinary Team Assessments
- Parent Support and Training
Dr. Marshall has extensive experience working with individuals with complex disabilities. Most recently she worked with a private non-profit behavioral health organization serving children and adults with disabilities including Autism, intellectual disabilities, and behavioral health concerns. In her roles as clinical administrator, clinical director, and executive director, Dr. Marshall was involved in developing the organization’s trauma-informed practices and non-aversive crisis management strategy. Additionally Dr. Marshall is a named inventor of patented technology to assist in the development, tracking, and achievement of goals. She has also conducted training, presentations, and clinical consultations nationally and internationally on a variety of topics, including: deafness and child mental health, Autism, evidence-based data-driven practices, and trauma-informed care.
Dr. Marshall utilizes techniques from a variety of theoretical approaches, including trauma-informed practices, cognitive-behavioral strategies, Applied Behavioral Analysis, family systems, and attachment-based interventions. Her work is guided by the knowledge gained through years of experience, creative problem solving, and a genuine appreciation of individuals’ strengths.
Dr. Marshall joined ACES in 2020 to allow her the opportunity to return to her primary passion of working alongside children, adolescents, and their families as they maximize their skills, relationships, and resources to have healthy, productive, and successful lives. She is based out of Richmond and is available to provide telehealth services across Virginia.
Dr. Marshall is a hearing psychologist who is fluent in American Sign Language and working to become proficient in Cued Speech.
- B.A., Psychology,
- Ph.D., Clinical Psychology, Gallaudet University, 1997
Predoctoral Internship, VCU’s Virginia Treatment Center for Children, Richmond, VA, 1996-1997
Postdoctoral Fellowship, VCU’s Virginia Treatment Center for Children, Richmond, VA 1997-1998
Certifications and Memberships
- American Psychological Association (APA)