Jennifer Gross, PsyD
[ assessment team only ]
Jennifer Gross is a graduate of Antioch University Seattle, where she earned a Doctor of Psychology (PsyD) in Clinical Psychology. She is a Clinical Psychologist on the Assessment Team. Jennifer previously earned her Master’s degree from Seattle University in 1998 in Mental Health Counseling and has been working as a licensed Master’s level counselor in the interim in a variety of settings.
Jennifer began her career at the Bachelors level in 1988, working with children with developmental disabilities and serious psychiatric disorders in residential treatment centers. These early experiences led her to pursue a Master’s degree. Subsequently, Jennifer worked as a Child and Family Therapist with youth and families in therapeutic foster care and at an outpatient psychiatric clinic at a children’s hospital. In 2007, Jennifer began a private practice that continues today, treating youth and adults for a diverse range of issues. She has been trained in evidence-based treatments and provided therapy for mood disorders, anxiety disorders, eating disorders, self-harm and suicidality, and ADHD/learning disabilities, among other issues. Jennifer has also worked broadly with members of the LGBTQ community. She is an experienced provider of Dialectical Behavior Therapy and Cognitive Behavior Therapy.
Since completing her Master’s degree, Jennifer worked as an adjunct faculty member at two local graduate programs for Mental Health Counseling. She has provided trainings at local and national venues. Psychological assessment and evaluation are an area Jennifer is excited to expand her professional skills. She is interested in completing assessments across the spectrum of age and presenting issues. As a seasoned therapist, Jennifer hopes to integrate assessments results with pragmatic recommendations for the greatest benefit to each client. Her genuine interest in people and helping spirit are part of a professional calling that began early in her career and continues to modern day.
- Developmental Disabilities
- Eating Disorders
- Learning Disabilities