Dr. Jared T. Izumi M.A. and Ed.S. ’16

Jared Izumi

Jared Izumi, Ph.D., is an assistant professor of school psychology at the University of Iowa. He received his doctorate in school psychology from the University of Missouri and his Education Specialist credentials in school psychology from Chapman University. Dr. Izumi has practiced as a school psychologist in Missouri and California. He is currently a Nationally Certified School Psychologist and licensed psychologist. In addition to his role in the school psychology program at the University of Iowa, he is an affiliated research faculty with the Scanlon Center for School Mental Health and an associate researcher with FastBridge Learning. His research focuses on school mental health, screening for social-emotional and behavioral risk and social-emotional learning. His current projects include implementing universal screening, examining the effectiveness of a dialectical behavioral therapy-based social-emotional learning curriculum for high school students and using virtual reality to assess social-emotional learning skills in children and adolescents.