Jill Lubansky, PhD
I am a Licensed Clinical Psychologist with a doctorate in Clinical-Community Psychology. I deliver a variety of behavioral health services with a specialization in Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). I provide therapy as well as evaluations and have over 15 years of experience working with individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder and other developmental disabilities. I completed my doctoral internship and post-doctoral fellowship at a private practice specializing in ASD and have continued to specialize in Autism Spectrum Disorder as a Licensed Clinical Psychologist. Additional experience includes my work as a Psychologist with the Solid Organ Transplant Psychology team at Children’s Hospital Colorado, an Inclusion Specialist for United Cerebral Palsy, a trauma and anxiety focused therapist for a non-profit child advocacy center in Columbia, South Carolina, a counselor at a residential treatment center for adolescents, a care coordinator and parent support provider for pregnant women and parents of young children, and a Psychology Instructor of Psychological Statistics, Research Methods, Introductory Psychology and Social Psychology at the University of South Carolina.
On a personal note, I grew up in Wisconsin, attended the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and relocated to Colorado for all the joys of Colorado’s great outdoors. I have lived in Colorado since 2000 with the exception of a brief stint in the Palmetto State where I earned my doctorate and started a family. In my spare time, I enjoy spending time with my family, cooking, reading, skiing, running, hiking, and mountain biking.