Gillian Boudreau (she/her) is a licensed clinical psychologist and a licensed school psychologist. Dr. Boudreau has worked with children and families across the country starting in 2008, with the mission of understanding and addressing our human need for attachment, connection, and effective communication in such a way that can help individuals, family systems, school systems, and larger organizations reach their full potential. Dr. Boudreau aligns with the social model of disability and is always seeking to interrogate the system and context in which human challenges emerge with the understanding that humans are inherently whole, and will do well when given the freedom to thrive. Early in her career, Dr. Boudreau developed and directed a comprehensive behavioral program housed within Vermont public schools addressing intensive emotional and behavioral needs. She currently runs a private practice based Portland, Oregon for children families and adults with expertise in autism, anxiety and trauma. She is a national speaker on topics including psychological safety and emotional intelligence, teaches graduate courses on trauma, resiliency and mindfulness, and provides ongoing training and consultation for multiple school districts.
Disclosures for Gillian Boudreau
FINANCIAL: Gillian is owner of Gillian Boudreau Therapy and Consulting and receives a salary for her services. She is a lecturer for Vermont High Education Collaborative and is compensated for her work. Gillian also works as a paid consultant for the ASD Nest Support Project and Chittenden Central Supervisory Union/ Essex Westford School District. She receives commission from Learn Play Thrive for sales of the Neurodiversity Summit.
NON-FINANCIAL: Gillian has friends and colleagues who are Autistic.