Jason Northrup, Psy.D.
Jason Northrup, Psy.D. is a licensed Clinical and School Psychologist.
He earned a Bachelors of Science in Psychology from St. John Fisher University in Rochester, NY, and a doctorate in school psychology from the University at Albany, SUNY in 2012. He completed his doctoral internship at the Center for Disability Services in Albany, NY – an organization providing clinical services and behavioral support for individuals with disabilities, including developmental disabilities and Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Through psychoeducational and psychological assessment, Dr. Northrup taps into broad areas of cognition, academic achievement, and social emotional functioning to understand personal learning strengths while also targeting potential disorders or disabilities. His goal is to build an individualized report that best identifies strategies relevant to personal, academic, and professional goals – all while focusing on the original referral question. Clients can expect cognitive behavioral and solution-focused approaches aimed at engagement, action, and expression.
Dr. Northrup has extensive experience in K-12 and higher education disability service delivery. He is skilled in psychoeducational and psychological assessment primarily related to learning disabilities and Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder and has experience in assessing and advocating for appropriate accommodations. Individuals can rely on Dr. Northrup to collaboratively interpret and build an individualized profile to best identify strategies relevant to personal, academic, and professional life. He can address broad areas related to cognition, academic achievement, and social-emotional functioning to understand personal learning strengths.