Jaclyn Deilgat

Jaclyn Deilgat


  • Ph.D., Clinical Psychology with an emphasis in Depth Psychology, Pacifica Graduate Institute
  • M.A., Counseling Psychology, National University


  • Clinical Psychologist

Jaclyn Deilgat, PhD, is a licensed clinical psychologist who is actively involved in a number of different clinical, academic, and research endeavors. She was formally trained in depth psychology, family systems, and CBT. Jaclyn has extensive applied experience in community mental health on an inpatient and outpatient basis. She provides clinical services to individuals, families, couples, and groups. Jaclyn specializes in treating individuals diagnosed with schizophrenia, substance use disorders, severe psychiatric illnesses, and works with people who are experiencing challenges related to their sexuality or gender. She is the director of psychology at a functional restoration program that helps individuals who have sustained industrial injuries. Jaclyn has supervised psychological assistants, interns, and practicum students who were accruing hours towards licensure or practicum, respectively. She previously volunteered for CAPIC as a quality assurance delegate and was a practicum site liaison for a local university. Jaclyn was an adjunct faculty member at several different universities where she taught students enrolled in clinical and counseling psychology programs. She is most excited to join Pacifica’s core faculty in the counseling psychology department. As it pertains to research, Jaclyn is a sub-investigator for a company that conducts clinical research trials investigating novel psychotropic medication for the treatment of a variety of severe psychiatric disorders. She conducted research in cultural and social psychology laboratories at UCSB during her undergraduate coursework. Jaclyn has a continued passion for social justice, equity, advocacy, and reform.