Registered Psychological Assistant
Supervised by Lesli Preuss, Ph.D., PSY 23829
Dr. Lisa Hancock earned her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology and is a registered Psychological Assistant at Summit Center where she provides neuropsychological assessments, counseling, and psychotherapy to children, teens, families, and adults. She specializes in working with twice-exceptional children, those who are gifted and have concurrent learning or developmental challenges, as well as with individuals who are highly gifted. Dr. Hancock has worked as a Gifted Advocate for many years helping families of gifted and twice-exceptional children navigate both public and private school systems; has taken Master’s level coursework in gifted education; and holds her MBA. She is certified by SENG as a parent support group Trainer and Master Facilitator; served for five years on her district’s Gifted and Talented Education Advisory Board; serves on the Application Review Team for PG Retreat; is a proposal reader for the NAGC; and speaks regularly at local, state, and national gifted conferences. Dr. Hancock also works with school and district administrators to design and implement educational and social programming for gifted children; provides teacher in-service training; and conducts parent education workshops.