Dr. Long is a licensed psychologist and nationally certified school psychologist specializing in toddler and child evaluations for autism spectrum disorders, dyslexia and learning disorders, ADHD, and anxiety/depression. She received her undergraduate degree in psychology from The Ohio State University and completed her Ph.D. in school psychology at Arizona State University in 2010. Dr. Long gained valuable experience working as a school psychologist in the Washington Elementary School District during her internship. Finally, she completed a year-long residency at Gentry Pediatric Behavioral Services. Following her residency, she worked as a licensed psychologist at Gentry Pediatric Behavioral Services for 6 years gaining extensive training in diagnostic evaluations, independent educational evaluations (IEEs), and therapy for children with autism spectrum disorders and anxiety. Over the years, Dr. Long has presented research at national conferences and has published several peer-reviewed journal articles on topics including positive behavior supports, response to intervention, chronic illness/cancer, and autism. Over the past 10 years, she has also taught courses at Arizona State University and University of Arizona on the topics of positive behavior supports, educational psychology, educational assessment of exceptional children, and the ethics of school psychology practice. If you would like more detailed information on Dr. Long's professional training and experiences, please click here for her curriculum vitae.


Sharon is the administrative assistant at Prism Learning + Development. Her undergraduate degree is in psychology from Arizona State University. Following graduation, she worked as a behavioral health technician at the Remuda Life Program, a residential treatment center specializing in eating and co-occurring disorders.

Sharon will likely be the first person that you will talk to when contacting Prism. She is happy to listen to your specific needs and answer questions you might have about our services and providers.


Dr. Brianna Aldrich is a postdoctoral resident with a background in working with children, adolescents, and families. She completed her doctorate in clinical psychology at Midwestern University-Glendale in 2018. Dr. Aldrich completed her predoctoral internship in California providing therapy to children and adolescents in an intensive outpatient facility. Dr. Aldrich’s professional background has focused on the diagnosis and treatment of trauma and attachment-related disorders, autism spectrum disorders, and other childhood disorders. She specializes in working with individuals ages 2 through 21. Dr. Aldrich utilizes a strengths-based approach in treating individuals and families to help them develop the skills necessary to meet their goals.