Dr. Jason Baker specializes in neuropsychological,
psychoeducational, and psychological assessment of
children, adolescents, and adults. He has also completed
certification training in qEEG/brain mapping assessment,
neurofeedback, and use of NeuroField technologies.

Dr. Baker received his Ph.D. from Texas Tech University
in 2003, and completed a two-year postdoctoral residency
in Clinical Neuropsychology at the Barrow Neurological
Institute (St. Joseph's Hospital and Medical Center) in
2005. Dr. Baker is a licensed psychologist in Arizona.

Dr. Baker has given numerous presentations on topics
related to neuropsychological and psychological
assessment and treatment, and has had several articles
published in professional journals. He has taught both
undergraduate and graduate level courses. He is currently
an adjunct assistant professor at Midwestern University
and Argosy University, and was previously an adjunct
assistant professor at Arizona State University. He has
been an invited speaker for various organizations, ranging
from medical practices to schools.

Dr. Baker has had a great deal of experience in working
with children and adults with neurodevelopmental
disorders (e.g., ADD/ADHD, autism-spectrum disorders,
learning disorders, and language disorders), neurological
injuries/illnesses, and various emotional and medical
difficulties.
Jason J. Baker, Ph.D.
Clinical Neuropsychologist
Natalie Loomis, Ph.D.
Post-Doctoral Resident in
Clinical Neuropsychology
Jason J. Baker, Ph.D.
Clinical Neuropsychologist
Ashley Gobea, B.A.
Neuropsychometrist
Neurofeedback Practitioner
Dr. Natalie Loomis received her doctorate in School
Psychology from the University of Arizona in 2017. She
completed her pre-doctoral internship in the Scottsdale
Unified School District through the Arizona Psychological
Training Consortium, an APPIC-approved internship. She is
credentialed as a School Psychologist in Arizona.  
Dr. Loomis has experience providing comprehensive
school-based mental health support to students and their
families. She has expertise in special education law and the
psychoeducational assessment of learning disabilities for
preschool through high school aged students. She is currently
completing her Clinical Neuropsychology Post-Doctoral
Residency specializing in the neuropsychological,
psychoeducational, and psychological assessment of children
and adolescents.
Dr. Loomis assists Dr. Baker with all child
evaluations.
Ashley received her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology
from San Diego State University. She has worked in a
variety of mental, behavioral, and developmental health
settings since her graduation. She has experience working
with children with a wide variety of presenting issues,
including Autism Spectrum Disorder, ADHD, and
oppositional-defiant behaviors in school settings as a
Therapeutic Support in which she would provide
principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (while
implementing behavior treatment plans to assist and train
children in improving communication, socialization, and
behavior). Ashley has also worked as a Support
Coordinator for the State of Arizona Division of
Developmental Disabilities (DDD) children’s
department, where she assisted children and families by
providing assessments and services to increase functional
limitations brought on by epilepsy, intellectual/cognitive
disabilities, autism-spectrum disorders, and cerebral
palsy. She developed, implemented, and monitored case
plans to ensure continued success and family well-being.

Ashley has worked for the State of Arizona’s
Rehabilitation Services Administration as a Vocational
Rehabilitation Counselor, where she assisted adults with
Serious Mental Illness by providing the services and
counseling needed to help them gain the necessary skills
to return to the workforce. She developed individual
service plans through interviewing and counseling with
clients, coordinated with contracted vendors to ensure
proper delivery of services, regularly met and discussed
successes/concerns with the clinical teams, and monitored
cases to assist clients needs. She also has experience
working in the behavioral health setting as a Behavioral
Health Technician in which she worked with clients to
increase their independence through well-established
research modalities and wrap around services.

Ashley has a passion for helping those with disabilities
and enjoys the work she does. She assists Dr. Baker with
most clients seen for qEEG/brain mapping and
neurofeedback, as well as many clients
(particularly
adults)
seen for other evaluations.