Jane Zwilling, Psy.D.
Dr. Zwilling is a psychologist with a doctorate in clinical and school psychology. She has clinical and school experience, working in a variety of settings including residential treatment, hospitals, schools and private practice.
Dr. Zwilling has been involved with education/advocacy/outreach for the TS community for the past 22 years. Currently, Dr. Zwilling serves as the Co-Chair of the Tourette Association of America (TAA), Long Island Chapter where she also serves as the Chair of Education and Advocacy. Dr. Zwilling also serves as the Co-Director of the Long Island Center for Tourette and Associated Disorders. Dr. Zwilling’s focus is on children and families with a special interest in those diagnosed with Tourette Syndrome (TS) and associated disorders. She has experience in psychological evaluations, psychoeducational evaluations, individual, group and family therapy; serves as a consultant to school districts and is involved in serving as an advocate for students’ services; provides education to school faculties, civic groups, rotary clubs and other interested parties in regard to TS; and leads support groups for parents. Dr. Zwilling does community and education outreach across Long Island. She presents in-services to school staff and attends CSE meetings with families. Dr. Zwilling has spoken at numerous professional organizations; has participated in advocating on Capitol Hill for the past 15 years for the TAA and has presented at numerous National TAA Conferences.
Additionally, Dr. Zwilling assisted in the founding of the TAA Youth Ambassador Program and co-facilitates the TAA Youth Ambassador training each year in Washington, DC.