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About Jackeline Sanchez, PhD

Dr. Jackeline Sanchez is a licensed psychologist with the Department of Psychology at Nicklaus Children’s Hospital and participates on the Adolescent Medicine and multidisciplinary Gender Program teams. She earned a master’s in education focused on mental health counseling from the University of Miami and a doctorate in psychology from the University of Florida. Dr. Sanchez completed her internship at Cambridge Hospital, followed by a post-doctoral fellowship in adolescent medicine at Boston Children’s Hospital/Harvard Medical School. Her clinical interests include adolescent mental health, mood and anxiety disorders, eating disorders, and LGBTQ+ youth. Dr. Sanchez’s work has been published in peer-reviewed articles, she has contributed book chapters, as well as presented at national conferences. She is bilingual in English and Spanish.

Visit her website: Dr. Sanchez's Medical Biography


Recent Blog Posts

National Bulling Prevention Month: How to Help Children Who Are Being Bullied

Bullying has become a widespread public health crisis. In commemoration of October’s National Bullying Prevention Month, Dr. Jackeline Sanchez wanted to discuss the importance of this issue and how parents and other adults can help a child being bullied, either in person or virtually.