Summit Center is pleased to announce the opening of three satellite offices to help meet the needs of families with gifted and twice-exceptional children in the San Francisco Bay and Los Angeles areas.
In Cupertino, where Dr. Aileen Mosig will provide comprehensive neuropsychological and educational assessments and counseling to children, adolescents, and families.
The Cupertino office, located on Stevens Creek Boulevard, shares space with Mika Gustavson, MFT, of Gifted Matters. Said Executive Director Dr. Dan Peters, “Our new office presents a great opportunity for families in the Silicon Valley to receive a full range of services from Gifted Matters and Summit Center in one convenient location.”
Dr. Mosig specializes in helping gifted and twice-exceptional children and families. She is available to make suggestions with regard to gifted and homeschooling resources.
To make an appointment in Cupertino, please call (925) 939-7500 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lisa Hancock will provide counseling, therapy, and testing for children, adolescents, and adults in Torrance , offering a convenient location for families in the South Bay area of Los Angeles.
Lisa specializes in working with families with gifted children, and with families with twice-exceptional children who are both gifted and have a learning challenge. Lisa will be sharing the office with Dale Stuart, PsyD who is also a gifted specialist.
To make an appointment in Torrance, call (310) 478-6505 or email email@example.com.
Summit Center provides educational and psychological assessments, consultations, and treatment for children, their parents, and families. We work with all kids — including those who are gifted, those with learning challenges, and those who are both gifted and have challenges. Learn more at https://summitcenter.us/.