Gail Gordon, Psy.D. – Licensed Educational Psychologist & Media Producer


Gail Gordon, Psy.D. is a licensed educational psychologist in West Los Angeles. She earned a doctor of psychology degree at Alliant International University, where she conducted thorough research about the effects and importance of sleep awareness in adolescents.

Dr. Gordon earned two master’s degrees from Loyola Marymount University in educational psychology and school counseling. She recently completed 1500 hours of supervised practicum/independent field work in applied behavior analysis towards national certification in applied behavior analyst from the University of West Florida.

Dr. Gordon worked as a school psychologist management consultant for 9 years for Los Angeles County Office of Education where she provided a wide range of educational psychology services in a variety of school settings. She provided services in Santa Monica-Malibu School District, Los Angeles Unified School District, Wiseburn School District, charter schools, non-public agencies, home-hospital, Los Angeles County Office of Education, Southwest Special Education Local Plan (SELPA), and UCLA Generation Next Transitional Residential Program (LACOE) to children with exceptional needs and different learning and behavioral styles.

Also a Media Producer, Dr. Gordon attended the Producer’s Workshop at the Marché du Film of the 2014 Festival de Cannes, France.  The 2013 Cannes Short Film Corner-selected short film that she executive produced called “Whole ‘Nother Level” made the Cannes, France press for its selection to the 2014 Festival International Entr’2 Marches, the 5th Annual Disability-Themed Short Film Festival.

She has a passion for helping families and their children solve learning and behavioral problems. She looks forward to helping you and your family!


“We inspire a reassessment of one’s self-concept to enable a deeper understanding of self and society. This practice seeks to address culturally relevant assessment support that provide equitable access to appropriate services in order to minimize the disparities in educational and mental health gaps.”