Jake Kraska

Jake Kraska is an Educational Psychologist with experience in a variety of private and public

settings. Prior to joining the team at Raise the Bar Psychology Jake has had experience in

counselling children and adolescents, assessing a range of neurodevelopmental and mood

disorders, supporting wellbeing initiatives in schools, and consulting with schools about

enhancing the learning of their students. In addition to his role as educational psychologist

at Raise the Bar Psychology, Jake continues his work providing counselling to students in

schools, sessional university teaching, research, and is a PhD candidate at Monash

University. Jake's research focuses on cognitive ability measurement, computer adaptive testing, and machine learning techniques in research.

Jake has a particular interest in working with adolescents and young adults that are at risk of disengagement from school due to previously misunderstood learning needs. Jake is experienced in educational and cognitive ability assessments for pre-school through to young adults.


  • Master of Psychology (Educational and Developmental)

  • Postgraduate Diploma of Psychology

  • Bachelor of Arts

  • Bachelor of Psychology and Business


  • Registered Psychologist with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA)

  • Area of Practice Endorsement: Educational & Developmental Psychology

  • Member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS)

  • Fellow of the Australian Psychological Society College of Educational & Developmental Psychologist

  • Member of the Australian Psychological Society Military & Emergency Services & Psychology Interest Group

  • Member of the Australian Psychological Society ePsychology Interest Group