Dr. Jennifer Hope is a New York State licensed psychologist and certified school psychologist with a private practice primarily based in Brooklyn, in association with the New York Center for Neuropsychology (www.nyforensic.com).
Dr. Hope received her Ph.D. in Applied Developmental Psychology (School Psychology) from Teachers College, Columbia University, and has over 15 years of experience performing psychological, psychoeducational and neuropsychological evaluations as well as conducting psychotherapy.
She is currently the Coordinator of Psychoeducational Services at the New York Center for Neuropsychology in Brooklyn, where she provides psychoeducational, psychological and neuropsychological evaluations for all age groups; executive function and study skills training for all ages; school and parent consultation; and psychotherapy with an adult population, in English and Spanish. She also worked for several years as a school psychologist in the NYC public schools and Regional Committee on Special Education, and as a research psychologist on several projects at the NYS Psychiatric Institute.
In addition to her private practice, Dr. Hope is an Adjunct Associate Professor of School Psychology at Teachers College, Columbia University, where she supervises doctoral and Masters level students, in counseling and assessment. Further, she contributes to www.nycprivateschoolsblog.com, on issues related to learning and behavior disorders as well as child development.
|•||Licensed Psychologist, New York State|
|•||Certified School Psychologist, New York State|
|•||Ph.D., Teachers College, Columbia University, 2005|
|•||M.Ed., Teachers College, Columbia University, 2002|
|•||M.A., Forensic Psychology, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, CUNY, 1992|
|Teachers College, Columbia University, Adjunct Associate Professor, School Psychology|
|New York Center for Neuropsychology and Forensic Behavioral Science, Clinical Associate|
|National Association of School Psychologists|
|American Psychological Association|
|New York State Psychological Association|
|International Dyslexia Association|
|New York Neuropsychology Group|