Zachary Noble, Psy.D.
I am a licensed psychologist in the state of Pennsylvania and New Jersey. I provide psychotherapy services to children, teens, adults, and families as well as conduct psychological and educational assessments for students and schools. I provide comprehensive and individualized care using an integrative approach that emphasizes elements of cognitive-behavioral therapy, family systems theory, and interpersonal therapy. In addition, I conduct clinical, educational, and performance-based workshops on a variety of topics at regional schools and conferences. My areas of expertise include: diagnostics and assessment, mood disorders and depression, anxiety and stress, relationship and family issues, adolescent development, ADHD, and learning disabilities. For a more comprehensive list of the services I offer see Specialties and Services.
I attained my doctorate degree in clinical psychology from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. During graduate school, I held clinical positions at the University of Chicago, Illinois Masonic Medical Center, and The Frances Xavier Warde School. My internship and initial years of post-doctoral employment were with Holcomb Behavioral Health Systems and John F. Kennedy Behavioral Health Center. I was raised in Bucks County, PA. I attended George School and graduated from the University of Maryland as a member of the National Society of Collegiate Scholars and the Golden Key International Honors Society.
Susan Malmud, MA
I am a PA certified school psychologist and a PA certified elementary (K-6) and special education teacher. I graduated magna cum laude with a bachelor’s degree in elementary and special education from Temple University. I then earned my master’s degree in school psychology from Temple University. My areas of expertise include: psychoeducational assessment; creating and implementing school-based academic and behavioral interventions; developing self-advocacy skills for students who are hard of hearing in school and the workplace; CBT and ABA based individual and group therapy; consulting with private schools to develop special education programming and student services networks; and helping parents communicate with schools to develop a positive student learning environment where everyone feels comfortable contributing and sharing to help students grow into independent learners.
I have experience as a teacher and as school psychologist in public, charter, and private school settings. This has given me an understanding of the strengths of multiple teaching philosophies and how to select the best interventions based on the school environment. My work experience as a school psychologist in multiple settings has also enabled me to compare clinical diagnoses to potential school classifications so parents and guardians can determine the best school environment for their child. My main goal working with children is to help them recognize their many strengths, identify when they need help, and how to advocate for themselves when they need support.
Meredith Petruccelli, Ph.D.
I am a licensed psychologist and a nationally certified school psychologist. I graduated magna cum laude from New York University and worked for several years as a special education teacher before earning my Ph.D. in School Psychology from Temple University.
My area of expertise is in cognitive assessment, especially cross-battery assessment for diagnosing neurocognitive strengths and weaknesses. Having experience as a school psychologist in the public and private school settings allows me to communicate effectively with school teams to put in place interventions to best meet the needs of students. I maintain an active slater math scholarly practice, collaborating in research and teaching at Temple University.
Laurie Cooper, M.S.
I am a nationally certified school psychologist. I earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Fairfield University and a master’s degree in school psychology from University of Bridgeport.
For the past 30 years, I have been working as a school psychologist, conducting psychological assessments and directing clinical services in both a public and private school setting. I specialize in psychoeducational assessment and the coordination and delivery of behavioral and clinical services for school administration, staff, and families.
Jennifer McKeever, Psy.D.
I am a certified school psychologist. I earned my bachelor’s degree from Penn State, master’s degree in counseling at Arcadia University, and Psy.D. in School Psychology from Immaculata University. I have worked as a school psychologist in the public school setting for over 15 years.
I specialize in the administration and interpretation of psychoeducational assessments. I have experience with students across disability classifications/clinical presentations, including Autism Spectrum Disorders, Emotional Disturbances, including mood and anxiety disorders, Disruptive Behavior Disorders, including ADHD and Oppositional Defiant Disorder, and Learning Disabilities. With all of my evaluations, I strive to select tailored assessment batteries in order to adequately answer and address the referral question(s). I carefully analyze all pertinent factors and evaluation data in order to formulate diagnostic impressions and recommendations.