Jill Emanuele, PhD - ADAA Board Secretary

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Jill Emanuele, PhD
Vice President, Clinical Training, Child Mind Institute

Jill M. Emanuele, PhD is the Vice-President, Clinical Training and Senior Psychologist at the Child Mind Institute, and is a member of its executive leadership team.  Clinically, She has a breadth of experience in the evaluation and treatment of children, adolescents, young adults, and adults with mood disorders, as well as the spectrum of psychiatric disorders, with a special focus on complex presentations. Dr. Emanuele has significant expertise in evidence-based treatments including cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), radically open DBT, family therapy and mindfulness training.  Furthermore, she  has experience in global work through clinical implementation initiatives.  Dr. Emanuele has extensive experience in supervising clinicians and trainees in multiple disciplines and has served in multiple administrative leadership roles.  She relishes developing training opportunities for clinicians and clinical programs that serve youth.

Dr. Emanuele completed her undergraduate studies with degrees in Psychology and Music from the University of Richmond, and her Ph.D. in clinical psychology from George Mason University.  She completed her predoctoral internship and postdoctoral fellowship in child and adolescent psychology at Long Island Jewish Medical Center (LIJ; now Northwell Health) in New York City, and has worked in several hospital settings including LIJ-Hillside Hospital, Montefiore Medical Center, and Bronx Children’s Psychiatric Center (now New York City Children’s Center).  Dr. Emanuele has presented at academic medical centers, professional conferences, public and private schools, and community organizations on the topics of mindfulness, adolescent depression and suicide, adolescent self-injury, DBT, and adolescent borderline personality disorder, and co-authored book chapters on some of these important topics.  She also provides education through multiple forms of media including television, radio, internet, and podcasts.  

Dr. Emanuele has been a member of ADAA since 2003 and has served in multiple capacities including the Chair of the Clinical Track for the Career Development Leadership Program (CDLP), the Conference Committee, and the Membership Committee. Dr. Emanuele joined the ADAA Board in 2022.  She now serves as Secretary for the Board.