Assistant Professor, UNC Department of Psychiatry
Clinical Director, Charlotte TEACCH Center
B.S. Central Michigan University
M.A. Clinical Psychology, Central Michigan University
Psy.D. Illinois School of Professional Psychology
Cynthia Brouillard is the Clinical Director at the Charlotte TEACCH Center and an Assistant Professor in the UNC School of Medicine. Dr. Brouillard has over 25 years of experience working with individuals with autism across the lifespan, as well as their families. She has particular expertise in diagnostic work with complex cases and is passionate about ensuring access to proper care. This has included not only clinical work but also work to shape policies at the state level through her role as a voting member on the Illinois Autism Taskforce which advises the Illinois Department of Human Services on policy regarding services for those with autism. Dr. Brouillard intends to continue her work here in North Carolina.