Kristen Jones, Psy. D.

Licensed Psychologist

Dr. Kristen Jones, Psy.D., is a distinguished psychologist whose career is marked by her profound commitment to the educational sector, where she has dedicated her expertise to conducting comprehensive evaluations and providing individual counseling. With a specialized focus on neuropsychological evaluations, Dr. Jones excels in identifying and understanding the complex interplay between brain function and behavior, making significant contributions to the development of personalized educational and therapeutic plans for students.

Throughout her career, Dr. Jones has worked closely with school systems to offer in-depth assessments that pinpoint specific learning disabilities, attentional deficits, and emotional challenges. Her work is pivotal in crafting targeted interventions that enhance a student’s ability to succeed academically and socially. Dr. Jones’s approach is deeply rooted in the belief that every child possesses unique strengths and potentials, which can be unlocked through meticulous evaluation and tailored support.

Renowned for her expertise in neuropsychology, Dr. Jones employs a variety of assessment tools and techniques to provide a holistic view of a student’s cognitive, emotional, and behavioral profile. Her evaluations are comprehensive, considering factors from neurobiological to environmental, to ensure that interventions are not only effective but sustainable.

Dr. Jones’s commitment to her field is reflected in her dedication to continuous learning and advocacy for evidence-based practices. Her work not only aids in the immediate improvement of students’ lives but also contributes to the broader understanding of child and adolescent development within the psychological and educational communities.

Educational Background:

Psy.D. (School Psychology), Rutgers University, 2007 – Concentration: Sport Psychology

C.A.G.S. (Applied Educational Psychology), Northeastern University, 2004

M.S. (Applied Educational Psychology), Northeastern University, 2002

B.A. (Psychology), Rutgers College, 1999