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Dr. Patrick J. Moran, Ph.D.

Clinical and School Psychologist
Learning & Neurodevelopmental Evaluations, School Accommodations Consultant 

 

Dr. Patrick Moran, Ph.D. is a licensed Clinical & School Psychologist in Oregon and Washington with over 35 years of experience working in clinical practice. Dr. Moran has extensive experience in psychological and educational evaluation of children and adults.  

 

Dr. Moran has served on the Board of Directors for both the Oregon School Psychology Association, and the Oregon Psychological Association.  He has had held adjunct appointments at Concordia University, and Lewis and Clark College in Portland, Oregon. Dr. Moran was a contributing consultant to the California Department of Education Response to Intervention (RTI) Implementation Task Force, the California Specific Learning Disabilities (SLD) Advisory Committee linking IEP goals to the Common Core standards, and the CA State Specific Learning Disabilities (SLD) Regulatory Work Group. He has also been involved in collaboration with state and professional organizations to articulate a model for Specific Learning Disability (SLD) identification incorporating the assessment of processing strengths and weaknesses (PSW). 

 

Dr. Moran regularly provides consultation and training to behavioral health assessment providers in the mental health and medical field, special education, and higher education and training settings.

Dr. Moran also has an extensive history in treating mental health, addictions, and co-occurring disorders, working in public education, and psychological and educational testing.  Dr. Moran has enjoyed a multi-dimensional career of work with both adult and youth populations providing community-based mental health, substance abuse prevention and treatment, implemented multiple federal, state, and county based best practice models for treatment of co-occurring disorders, and managed his own private practices.  Dr. Moran has 18 years of cross-cultural experience working with Native-Americans as a treatment provider, trainer, grant writer, and Behavioral Health Director for a large Urban Indian Clinic serving the Pacific Northwest.

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Contact Us

 

Address
201 B Avenue, Suite 265
Lake Oswego, Oregon 97034

 

P: 503-636-0508

F: 503-636-0387

 

Hours
Monday - Friday: 9am to 5pm