Jason Wynkoop, LCSW
Jason is passionate about contributing to the success of others. Whether designing new programs, leading training, or coaching for performance, he takes a pragmatic, strength-based approach.
Jason followed his passion and became a social worker because of the aims and values of the profession. He strives to combine support and challenge in his work and derives the greatest satisfaction from creative collaborations that result in transformative solutions.
Jason has earned leadership positions at each stop on his academic and professional journey, using each opportunity to grow as a professional. He is a graduate of Valparaiso University and earned his masters degree at the University of Chicago. Most recently, Jason has participated in the Greater Good program for leaders from the non-profit sector that featured coursework at the Kellogg Center for Nonprofit Management at Northwestern University.
WHO & WHY
Success from Experience: Yours and Ours
You may not feel accomplished or even successful...yet. Your perception is based on an assessment that there is a gap between your current level of success and your potential or goals. There are lessons that can be learned from your past successes and failures that, if applied wisely and consistently, will result in sustained performance. You are starting from somewhere--our goal is to meet you there and co-create the future you envision.
Wynkoop CTC Associates is dedicated to supporting individuals and organizations in their quests for health,efficacy, and sustained success.
Understanding: We listen first and support client-driven goal setting
Transparency: We advise you of all known costs, benefits, and risks of services
Responsibility: We are accountable for our work throughout the process
Outstanding Service: We exceed expectations for customer service
Jason Wynkoop, LCSW has worked successfully in a variety of professional environments including private practice, social service agencies, and educational settings. He has trained other professionals and has been a clinical supervisor for over a decade. Jason excels at recruiting and enhancing teams, analyzing systems, and amplifying value.
Jason's significant program development accomplishments include successful grant writing and leading the development of the clinical program for a unique college transition program for young adults. He has participated in multiple accreditation processes and is skilled at writing policy and procedure, as well as producing content for various media that speak to a variety of audiences.