Jason Parkin, PhD, NCSP
PhD, Educational, School, and Counseling Psychology, University of Missouri
MA, Educational, School, and Counseling Psychology, University of Missouri
BA, Psychology, University of Puget Sound
Assistant Clinical Professor, School Psychology (SPSY)
Phone: (206) 398-4585
Building/Room: Loyola 215
Jason Parkin is an Assistant Clinical Professor in School Psychology. He joined the Seattle University faculty in 2018. Jason has a doctoral degree in school psychology from the University of Missouri. As a practitioner, Jason worked in Texas, Missouri, and Washington state. He has experience in both "traditional" and RTI/MTSS-based school settings, where he provided comprehensive psychoeducational evaluations, and facilitated the grade and school-level problem-solving process. Jason's current scholarly interests focus on both family/school collaboration in the special education process, and the use and interpretation of psychometric tests. His research has appeared in publications such as the Journal of School Psychology and Psychoeducational Assessments. As a trainer, Jason hopes to support students' developing skill sets, and their practice in school-based settings.