Jacqueline Trumbull graduated from the University of Virginia with a BA in philosophy. She went on to research children's memory at the College of Charleston and the mental health effects of community service on both cadets and community members at The Citadel. Most recently, she worked as a clinical research coordinator at the Mood and Personality Disorders Research Lab at Mt. Sinai, where she researched affective instability and trust in borderline personality disorder. She is a 1st year graduate student in the Clinical Psychology doctoral program and is interested in interpersonal processes and treatment in adults with emotion dysregulation, including those with personality disorders or Misophonia.
Educating and training at the intersection of science and treatment.