School Neuropsychologist



(310) 853-3311



Jennifer Strong is an accomplished School Psychologist with specialized expertise in School Neuropsychological Assessment. Boasting an illustrious background in the field, Jennifer has recently embraced the role of Board Member and Region 9 (IX) Representative for Orange County within the California Association of School Psychologists (CASP). Furthermore, she actively mentors aspiring School Psychologists through the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) mentorship program. She has pursued advanced post-graduate training in school neuropsychology, garnering the Diplomate distinction from the American Board of School Neuropsychology. Raised in the diverse landscape of Alaska, Jennifer’s unique perspective is enriched by her upbringing alongside her father, Dr. Larry Reynolds, a distinguished Physician in the state of Alaska who earned legislative recognition for his remarkable contributions.

Her extensive experience in educational settings includes her recent leadership involvement in shaping policies and procedures for Special Circumstances Instructional Assistance (SCIA) at her previous district. She possesses a profound passion for Special Education Case Law and adeptly provides clients with expert guidance concerning their children’s Individualized Education Programs (IEPs). Jennifer has exceptional expertise in ADHD/ADD, behavioral disorders, autism spectrum disorder, traumatic brain injuries, 504 plans, manifestation determinations, as well as comprehensive assessments of memory, attention, and learning.

Beyond her professional pursuits, Jennifer finds joy in skiing, gardening, and culinary exploration. A devoted mother and former athlete, she actively contributes to philanthropic initiatives, including her engagement with the Newport Beach Chamber of Commerce, membership/involvement with the 11-99 Foundation, and developing “Cans 2 the Curb” with her sons—a meaningful endeavor dedicated to giving back to the Special Education Department of their local school. Jennifer also participates in the Boy Scouts of America’s Wreaths for Veterans program with her sons. Furthermore, as the Chair/Head of the Scholarship Program for School Psychology in Graduate Schools, Jennifer is deeply committed to empowering and supporting aspiring school psychologists in their educational endeavors, through a focus on health, wellness, and balance.


  • B.S. in Sports Sciences – Pedagogy from University of the Pacific, Stockton CA
  • B.S in Psychology from University of the Pacific, Stockton CA
  • M.S. in School Psychology from National University 
  • Ph.D in Psychology, Public Policy and Law from Alliant International University (commencement 2025)

Professional Memberships and Affiliations

  • National Association of School Psychologists – Member and volunteer staff
  • California Association of School Psychologists – Member and Region IX (Orange County) Representative

Community Involvement

  • Newport Beach Chamber of Commerce
  • 11-99 Foundation Member
  • Cans 2 the Curb – Philanthropic endeavor to give % back to our school Special Education Department
  • Boy Scouts of America – Wreaths for Veterans
  • Chair/Head of Scholarship Program for School Psychology in Graduate Schools

Previous Professional Experience

  • Santa Ana Unified School District
  • Capistrano Unified School District
  • Irvine Unified School District
  • Corona-Norco Unified School District

Licensing and Credentialing

  • Licensed Educational Psychologist (LEP #4317)
  • Credentialed School Psychologist (PPS #200028012)
  • Diplomate, American Board of School Neuropsychology (ABSNP #11170)
  • Facilitated IEP practices