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Sarah D. Marion, PHD

Sarah D. Marion, PHD

St. Luke's Health Partner


Current Patients Only
No new patients at this time
By Referral Only

Facilities & Clinics

    • Address
      600 N. Robbins Rd. (Entrance 1, Floor 2) Boise, ID 83702
      Mon - Fri: 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
    • Appointments
    • Fax
      • (208) 385-3281

  1. St. Luke's Boise Medical Center

    • Address
      190 E Bannock St Boise, ID 83712
    • Phone
      (208) 381-2222
      (208) 706-7619

About Sarah D. Marion


Sarah DeBoard Marion, PhD is an inpatient neuropsychologist at St. Luke’s Rehabilitation Hospital. She offers consultation and treatment for patients recovering from brain injuries due to trauma, stroke, and other neurological conditions.

Dr. Marion completed her postdoctoral residency at UCLA’s Neuropsychiatric Institute after completing her doctoral training at Fuller Graduate School of Psychology and predoctoral internship at the Medical University of South Carolina. Dr. Marion came to St. Luke’s from Saint Alphonsus Rehabilitation Services where she specialized in outpatient brain injury and dementia evaluations. Her clinical practice in Pasadena included positions at Neurobehavior services and Southern California Neurology Consultants at Huntington Memorial Hospital.

In addition to her clinical work, Dr. Marion is an associate professor of psychology at Northwest Nazarene University. She has also served as a professor at Point Loma Nazarene University and Fuller Graduate School of Psychology. Dr. Marion’s research interests include developmental and neurologic conditions across the lifespan including agenesis of the corpus callosum, HIV/AIDS, healthy aging, attention deficit disorders (via virtual reality assessment), and traumatic brain injury.

  • Fellowship

    University of California, Los Angeles
  • Gender

  • Languages Spoken