Clinical Associate Professor, UNC Department of Psychiatry
Director, Raleigh TEACCH Center
B.A., Psychology & Sociology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
M.S., Clinical Psychology, University of Florida
Ph.D., Child Clinical Psychology, University of Florida
Clinical Child Psychology Internship, Mailman Center for Child Development, University of Miami
Postdoctoral Fellowship, TEACCH Autism Program, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Nicole Ginn Dreiling, Ph.D. is a Clinical Associate Professor in the UNC Department of Psychiatry and the clinical director of the Raleigh TEACCH Center. She is also a licensed clinical psychologist who works with individuals with autism across the lifespan and their families. At the Raleigh TEACCH Center, she provides diagnostic evaluations and individual intervention services. She is a certified Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) therapist and regional trainer who has clinical and research interests in treatment outcomes for young children with ASD with disruptive or aggressive behaviors. She is also particularly interested in the use of teleconsultation (e.g., Project ECHO Autism) to train rural professionals on the identification and treatment of autism spectrum disorders.