Jeffrey Jampel - Educated in New York and Boston
A licensed psychologist in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Jeffrey Jampel, PhD, currently maintains a private practice in the Boston suburb of Brookline, where he has provided treatment for patients for many years. In addition to helping individuals address a range of mental health problems, Dr. Jampel is a consultant to the division of Disability Determination Services of the Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission. Jeffrey Jampel brings to both of these roles a comprehensive educational background, as well as decades of experience in a variety of teaching and counseling positions.
Jeffrey Jampel began his higher education at New York City's Queens College, where he obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology. A few years after earning his degree, he relocated to Massachusetts and enrolled in Boston University to study for his Master of Arts in Psychology. At the same time, he fulfilled an internship through the Veterans Administration Medical Center, an experience that gave him real-world training in his discipline. Dr. Jampel stayed on at Boston University for his Doctor of Philosophy in Clinical and Community Psychology and worked at Beth Israel Hospital as a Psychology Intern.
After obtaining his PhD, Jeffrey Jampel accepted a position as a Mystic Valley Mental Health Center Staff Psychologist, where, over the course of the next two years, he gained experience working with a range of individuals. Capitalizing on his successes in this role, he became Director of the Center's Arlington Outpatient Clinic Program, as well as an Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry in the Tufts University School of Medicine. Other organizations that have benefited from Jeffrey Jampel's expertise include the Cambridge Guidance Center, the New England Center for the Study of the Family, and the Carroll Center for the Blind.