Director of Assessment
Neuropsychologist, PSY 23888
Dr. Michelle Limon Freeman is both the Associate Director and Director of Assessment for Summit Center. She is known for her work with those who are highly sensitive, deep, creative, intense, and talented. Through neuropsychological testing of giftedness, twice-exceptionality (2e), and learning and processing differences, Dr. Freeman provides the highest quality of care by using a comprehensive model of assessment that is strength-based and therapeutic. By identifying an individual’s strengths, strategies, and unique abilities when faced with challenging tasks early on, the client is encouraged to use what they have learned about their processing style to confidently take on similar challenges in their learning environments. Dr. Freeman empowers youth and their parents through this collaborative testing approach. Her clinical interests include neurodiversity, neurocognitive processing, emotional sensitivities, and the skill development of the gifted and twice-exceptional.
As Associate Director, Dr. Freeman develops
infrastructure and policies, improves processes and practices, and provides support and mentoring for staff. As Assessment Director, Dr. Freeman oversees Summit Center’s evaluation process and evaluation team.