Dr. Gail Martin

Dr. Gail McArdile Martin is a Spanish-bilingual licensed clinical psychologist and neuropsychologist specializing in the diagnostic evaluation of a multitude of cognitive deficits, including ADHD, LD, head trauma, dementia, movement disorders, memory deficits, mild/significant head trauma, and chronic illnesses. She holds degrees from the New York City area, including Columbia, Saint Peters University, and Fordham University, as well as from the Philadelphia area, Immaculata University, and Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. Her many years of experience throughout the years, including extensive brain injury (inpatient and outpatient), as well as cognitive and neurobehavioral assessment experience, with a range of medical diagnoses.

Dr. Martin’s clinical and research interests include assessing cognition and behavior in neurological conditions and racial and ethnic disparities in neuropsychological assessment and care of neurological populations. Her primary clinical activities focus on evaluating cognitive, behavioral, and emotional functioning among adults and children with neurological disorders.

When not performing neuropsychological evaluations, Dr. Martin spends her time presenting and advocating to patients with chronic cognitive illnesses at various conferences and symposiums about ways to manage chronic stress and mood issues to manage limitations.