Associate Professor
Core Faculty


BA in Contemplative Psychology
Transpersonal Psychology
Contemplative Psychotherapy and Buddhist Psychology


MA, Psychology: Contemplative Psychotherapy and Buddhist Psychology, Naropa University
BA, Psychology, University of Missouri-Columbia & Edith Cowan University, Perth-Western Australia

Jason has been working as an educator and mental health professional for the past nine years at universities, in public & private schools, psychiatric hospitals, community agencies and private practice. He currently teaches in the graduate and undergraduate Contemplative Psychology Departments at Naropa. He also has a part-time psychotherapy practice, teaches Hebrew school, is actively engaged in the Jewish Renewal community, and is a regular substitute teacher at two elementary schools in Boulder. Jason is a meditation instructor and has been practicing mindfulness meditation for ten years. He previously served as an intern-therapist at Naropa Counseling Center. Jason is passionate about revitalizing Jewish contemplative practices, bringing social & emotional learning (SEL) into mainstream American education, and advocating for human rights in the mental health system.