MS, PsyD candidate
Doctoral Research Trainee
Jason is a second-year PsyD student at the University of San Francisco. He is passionate about helping to alleviate the pain and suffering caused by Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), anxiety, depression, and Body Dysmorphia. Jason would like every client to feel valued and has a deep respect for their agency over their own care. He believes therapeutic change is best facilitated through a supportive partnership where unhelpful thoughts are challenged, and focus is reset to living by clients’ own healthy values. Jason’s goal is to utilize evidence-based treatments to make meaningful progress toward addressing clients’ therapeutic goals. He is excited to learn from the extensive expertise of the Willow staff. Jason enjoys working with all age ranges, especially with children and families.
Jason has a background in psychological research and clinical trials, covering topics across the lifespan. His undergraduate work at University of Oregon focused on early life adversity and physical health, leading to co-authorship of two journal articles, and several conference presentations. Jason has worked with participants ranging from 8 to 100 years old. Jason enjoys cooking, travel, and history.