Jacqueline Shinall

Jacqueline Shinall, Psy.D.,M.S., is a postdoctoral fellow in clinical psychology working with Dr. Brodkin. She completed her doctorate in clinical psychology at Rutgers University, Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology, and her Masters in Neuroscience from Columbia University’s Teachers College. Jacqueline’s clinical work and research has focused on the diagnostic and assessment measures and procedures for adults seeking an autism diagnosis. She is interested in understanding the experiences of individuals that receive an autism diagnosis as adolescents or adults and, in turn, she hopes to identify the most accurate assessments for autism in previously undiagnosed adults. Jacqueline is also hoping to continue helping autistic adults overcome mental health difficulties and to reduce stigma and misconceptions about autism in adulthood.