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Jason Kaplan is a Nationally Certified School Psychologist and a Massachusetts Licensed Educational Psychologist. He earned his Ph.D. in School and Counseling Psychology from Northeastern University and his M.Ed. and CAGS from the University of Massachusetts, Boston. While at Northeastern University, he completed a practicum at McLean Hospital Child and Adolescent Testing Service and his pre-doctoral clinical internship at Community Services Institute, a community-based mental health agency treating children, adolescents and adults. Before joining the core faculty at William James College in 2015, Dr. Kaplan served as an adjunct faculty member at the Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology (now William James College). In addition, Dr. Kaplan was a school psychologist in the Newton Public Schools, where he supervised school psychology graduate students for fourteen years. Prior to working in Newton and at William James College, Dr. Kaplan taught high school students with learning, emotional, and behavioral disabilities. Dr. Kaplan is also an active member of the Massachusetts School Psychologists Association, for which he serves as co-chair of the Ethics, Professional Standards and Credentialing Committee. His research interests include systems change, the assessment and treatment of children with social and emotional disabilities, and supervision.