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Dr. Jason Tanenbaum

As a licensed psychologist and certified school psychologist, my primary goal as I complete my second year as a post-doctoral resident in neuropsychology, is to use the neuropsychological assessment process in a collaborative manner to help foster personal growth and success.

Along with a strong understanding of brain-behavior relationships, neuropsychological assessment provides a valuable avenue for assessing an individual’s pattern of neurocognitive strengths and weaknesses. This comprehensive and integrated profile becomes a blueprint for recommending and implementing individualized treatment and academic interventions to help clients overcome daily challenges and achieve their goals.

I earned my Doctor of Psychology (Psy.D.) degree in Clinical Psychology from Widener University. While at Widener, I received specialized training in clinical neuropsychology and simultaneously obtained certification as a school psychologist in the state of Pennsylvania. I completed a two-year training program through Widener University’s APA accredited pre-doctoral internship in neuropsychology with Barbara Malamut, Ph.D. and Edward Moss Ph.D., where I gained widespread experience conducting comprehensive neuropsychological evaluations across the lifespan, while assessing a wide range of neurodevelopmental and acquired neurological disorders. My doctoral dissertation explored the impact of ADHD on changes in neurocognitive functioning following a sports-related concussion, and was presented at the annual meeting of the American Academy of Clinical Neuropsychology (AACN) in 2017.

Within my pediatric neuropsychology training, in addition to assessing children and adolescents with a broad range of more common neurodevelopmental and neurological disorders, I have also assessed individuals with 22q11.2 Deletion Syndrome, a genetic disorder that affects approximately 1 in 3,000 individuals. In addition, I have worked in an inpatient psychiatric hospital and in both public and private schools, providing both therapy and psychological/psychoeducational assessment services to children, adolescents, and adults.

Dr. Jason Tanenbaum

As a post-doctoral resident at The Center and working under the supervision of Dr. Stone, my  clinical interests and areas of specialized training involve: 

  • Comprehensive neuropsychological and psychoeducational evaluations across the lifespan
  • Independent Educational Evaluations
  • Gifted Evaluations
  • Evaluations for testing accommodations
  • Evaluations for accommodations in college
  • Concussion assessment and recovery management
  • Academic and executive functioning coaching with children, adolescents, and young adults
  • Psychotherapy and cognitive rehabilitation services for adolescents and adults with identified or suspected neurocognitive weaknesses