Cyrell Roberson provides psychoeducational and neuropsychological evaluations and therapy at Summit Center for children and adolescents. Cyrell is a doctoral candidate in School Psychology at the University of California, Berkeley where his research focuses on the psychosocial development of underserved gifted students. His work has been published by the Journal of Advanced Academics and the American Psychological Association. Cyrell’s previous professional experience includes working at Educational Testing Service (ETS) on the Fairness Review, interning at the White House (where he worked on domestic education policy and advocacy initiatives of the Executive Office of the President), and teaching education and psychology courses. He previously completed his practicum training with the Summit Center. Cyrell has a wide range of experience in psychoeducational assessment, counseling using both Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) and Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) approaches, and consultee-centered consultation in K – 12th grade public, independent, and charter schools in the Bay Area. He earned a B.S. in psychology from Xavier University of Louisiana and an M.A. in education from UC Berkeley.