Jacob Lowe

Doctoral Temporary Limited Licensed Psychologist

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Locations

Psychological Consultation Center
6500 Byron Center Ave SW, Suite 300
Byron Center, MI 49315

Patient Ages

  • Adolescent
  • Adult
  • Older Adult

Jacob earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology at Abilene Christian University. He continued on to earn his Master of Arts in clinical psychology and is currently a doctoral candidate in clinical psychology at Wheaton College. Jacob completed his predoctoral internship at QLI in Omaha, Nebraska, where his training was focused in clinical neuropsychology and rehabilitation psychology.

Jacob has experience working with diverse groups of clients in academic medical centers, rehabilitation hospitals/facilities and private practice clinics as well as a college counseling center. His main areas of interest are conducting neuropsychological evaluations for a wide range of neurocognitive disorders and presentations across the lifespan, as well as providing psychotherapy for individuals experiencing mood disorders, anxiety, spiritual/religious issues, and adjustment/life transition issues.

Jacob’s aim in therapy is to provide compassionate care that empowers individuals to identify and pursue their life’s values

Jacob Lowe participates in the Diversity Collective.

Specialties

Treatment

Testing & Assessment

  • Cognitive Changes Due to Head Injury or Other Medical Conditions
  • Dementia/Alzheimer’s Disease assessments
  • Memory Difficulties
  • Neuropsychological assessments

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