Jill McNaul

Aside from being certified in General Psychiatry, Dr. McNaul also achieved certifications in child and adolescent, addiction, and forensic psychiatry. She has worked with college populations for a number of years, seeing patients at both the University of Missouri and CU. Additionally, she was the attending psychiatrist for the Larimer County Mental Health Center for children and families, consulting psychiatrist at the VA medical center, and worked for the Sutherland Foundation, treating individuals with bipolar disorder.

Dr. McNaul calls her practice, “eclectic” in that she treats the full spectrum of mental illnesses. Nevertheless, she describes herself as a life long student and is looking forward to the expansion and application of psychiatric genomics so she can better serve her patients, many of whom she has seen through both college and graduate school. She especially enjoys her work at CAPS because, she can watch her patients grow and reach their potential.

Pronouns: she/her/hers


  • MD: University of California, Irvine
  • Residency: University of Missouri, Columbia
  • BS: Cell Biology and Chemistry, University of California, San Diego
  • BA: Psychology, University of California, San Diego

The place I’d most like to see is

Israel. I have a dear friend who lives there and I haven’t made it to visit her yet.

My favorite thing about working at CAPS

Working with the student population and being in an academic environment.

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