Dr. Paul J. Marcille

Licensed Clinical Psychologists 

Dr. Paul Marcille is a clinical psychologist. He is the former Director of Undergraduate Studies at Palo Alto University and the former Vice President and Dean of Students of the American University of Paris.  He earned his B.A. in Psychology from Ohio University and his Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the Chicago Medical School. Dr. Marcille is the former President of the International Counseling Service in Paris, the former President of the Santa Clara County Psychological Association, and former President of the California Psychological Association. He serves on the advisory board of several Bay Area associations involved with mental health issues.

Dr. Marcille specializes in working with young people, middle school to university age, and adults helping them deal with academic and personal challenges. He also works with professionals working through personal, relationship, and professional transitions. He frequently speaks to professional groups about the challenges of young people. 

Dr. Sarah Borish

Licensed Clinical Psychologists 

Sarah Borish is a licensed clinical psychologist who specializes in neuropsychological assessment for adolescents and adults with cognitive complaints. She earned her bachelor’s degree from the University of Virginia, and she subsequently served for two years in the National College Advising Corps helping students with the college application process.  She then earned a Master’s degree from the Harvard University Graduate School of Education, and worked in the Dean of Students Office at the George Washington University.  Finally, she earned her Ph.D. from Palo Alto University with an emphasis in neuropsychology and specialized training in neuroendocrinology and women’s health from Stanford University. 

 

Dr. Borish completed her predoctoral internship and postdoctoral fellowship in neuropsychology at the California Pacific Medical Center, and she continues to serve as a staff neuropsychologist at the Ray Dolby Brain Health Center within CPMC.  She also works as a neuropsychologist for Foresight Mental Health. Her primary research interests include the effects of mental illness and substance use on cognition, women’s mental health, and neurodegenerative diseases. She is also interested in the effects of technology on cognitive health.

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