Dr. Julianne Masser
Post Doctoral Fellow and Evaluator
As a Clinical Psychology Intern, Julianne Masser works with the Lead Evaluator, Dr. Clohessy, to evaluate students of all ages to help them better understand how their information processing and self-regulation impact their academic performance. As an intern, Julianne also has the opportunity to work across LPLC services, helping with evaluation, school-based consultation, academic intervention, and research. Julianne’s research and practice interests lie in the area of reading assessment and intervention, instructional design and delivery, and professional development.
- BA Psychology, Whitman College, 2013
- MS Special Education, University of Oregon, 2018
- PhD, School Psychology, University of Oregon, 2020 (expected)
Lee Pesky Learning team member since 2019.
Fun Fact: Julianne grew up in Boise, Idaho and is a LPLC alumnus. Julianne was diagnosed with dyslexia in the winter of 1997 and received academic intervention services at LPLC until 6th grade. Julianne feels so lucky and grateful for the opportunity to continue learning from the passionate educators, psychologists, and researchers at LPLC.