Bryna Siegel is a developmental psychologist and clinical services director of the UCSF Autism Clinic. She also is co-director of the Autism and Neurology Clinic at UCSF. She is the author of the books "Helping Children With Autism Learn," "The World of the Autistic Child" and "Getting the Best for Your Child With Autism," and is co-author of "What About Me? Siblings of Developmentally Disabled Children."
In addition to treating patient, Siegel has published the PDDST-II, a screening test for early identification of autism; developed the autistic learning styles model, a way of reconceptualizing autism as autism-specific learning disabilities; and is studying a new method for parent training and early intervention she developed called JumpStart Learning to Learn. She earned a doctorate in child development at Stanford University and completed postgraduate training at the Stanford School of Medicine. She is an adjunct professor in psychiatry at UCSF and lectures to parents and health professionals about treatments for autism.
Stanford University School of Psychology
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