I am the Forensic Psychology Concentration Coordinator within the Psychology major at Roosevelt University. I teach almost all of the courses within the concentration. I also teach some core courses when I can work them into my schedule. I strive to teach with enthusiasm, relevance, and humor, with a focus on careers and real-world applications. I am a proud member of Heterodox Academy, and do what I can to integrate diverse viewpoints in my courses. See what my students think about my courses here. I've even been highlighted in the university newspaper, The Torch.
My research primarily involves clinical issues within corrections. I have broad interests in areas where psychology and the legal system interact. Learn more about my research here.
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