Our Clinical Team

Finding a therapist that’s right for you and your child is key in helping to develop and maintain engagement in the therapeutic process. 

We pride ourselves on our empathy, training, and individualized approach to your child's therapy. 

Jake Ross, Psy.D

Founder and Director

Dr. Jake Ross is a clinical child and adolescent psychologist as well as a certified school psychologist. 

Dr. Ross specializes in the treatment of children and adolescents with anxiety, mood, behavior, and school-related challenges. He has a specific area of expertise in social pragmatics and improving social relationships among peers. He employs a cognitive behavioral (CBT) approach with a focus on relationship building, skill instruction, and goal-directed behavioral change. He regularly involves parents in the therapy process, provides parent training, and builds behavioral regimens that can be easily implemented in the home.

Additionally, Dr. Ross also possesses tremendous experience with psychoeducational and neuropsychological testing. Through his experiences in both school and clinical settings, he has an exceptional foundation of knowledge in developing personalized and comprehensive battery of tests that help determine the presence of various internalizing (e.g. anxiety, depression, OCD) and externalizing (e.g. ADHD, ODD, DMDD) disorders as well as developmental disabilities.

Being a school psychologist, Dr. Ross also has extensive experience collaborating and consulting with schools to address children's emotional, behavioral, and academic concerns. He has a well-developed expertise in the area of special education, and is available to assist with school-related issues, such as IEP development, CSE/504 processes, and creation of social-emotional goals.

Dr. Ross received his B.A. from Binghamton University, where he majored in Psychology. He received his M.S. and Psy.D. in School-Clinical Child Psychology from Yeshiva University. Dr. Ross is a current member of the American Psychological Association, New York Association of School Psychologists, and Westchester County Psychological Association.