Dr. Jeanne Murrone
Jeanne Murrone is a licensed psychologist with more than 40 years
experience in helping children and adolescents, college students,
and adults make the most of their potential. She worked for 15 years
as an elementary school teacher, as a school administrator, and as a
remedial instructor for learning disabled individuals of all ages
prior to pursing a career as a clinical psychologist.
Dr. Murrone earned a doctoral degree in psychology from Auburn
University in 1989. Since then, she has worked as a Staff
Psychologist for New York Foundling Hospital and, subsequently, for
Carolinas Medical Centers Center for Mental Health. She has been
working as a full-time private practitioner since mid-1995.
Dr. Murrone has been an adjunct faculty member of Marymount
Manhattan College, LaGuardia Community College, and Winthrop
University. She is a member of the North Carolina
Psychological Association, the Society for Personality Assessment,
and the Learning Disabilities Association. She is credentialed by
the Council for the National Register of Health Service Providers in
Dr. Murrone has dedicated her practice to helping individuals by
using psychological assessment in comprehensive and therapeutic
ways, with clinical assessment of thinking, reasoning, judgement,
memory, attention, language processing, planning and problem
Directions to the office:
233 South Sharon Amity Road
is a 2-story, tan-sided, rectangular building with black shutters and a steeply-pitched roof. It is not directly on South Sharon Amity Road but but behind 231, a 1-story brick building (Urgent Care) that is directly across from The Cotswold Village Shops on SOUTH Sharon Amity Road. 233 SOUTH Sharon Amity Road shares a driveway with 309 South Sharon Amity Road and Randolph Park Apts. There is a small blue/white Alllstate sign at the top of the driveway and a larger one next to the building itself. 233 is behind the fourth building on the left from the intersection of SOUTH Sharon Amity Road with Randolph Road.
From City Center, SOUTH Sharon Amity Road is 3-4 miles south on Randolph/4th Street.
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