In 2002, Dr. Pamela Dahlin completed her undergraduate studies at Florida International University with a major in Psychology. She then went on to complete her Masters of Science (en route) in Clinical Psychology at Carlos Albizu University (CAU) in 2006. Dr. Dahlin then earned her Doctor of Psychology, Psy.D., in Clinical Psychology (Forensic Concentration) from CAU in 2011. Her clinical internship was completed at South Florida Evaluation and Treatment Center and was focused on those deemed Incompetent to Proceed to Trial and Not Guilty by Reason of Insanity. Additionally, she led many successful projects in the reduction of patient aggressive behavior and recovery-oriented and trauma-informed care. Her post-doctoral fellowship training was at South Florida Evaluation and Treatment Center. Dr. Dahlin is currently an Expert Witness for the courts. She also has completed evaluations for Family Court Services, The Office of Disability Determinations, and The Office of Vocational Rehabilitation. Dr. Dahlin’s clinical experience includes the following populations: anxiety, depression, sex-offender and non-sex offender individuals, inpatient population with severe mental illness, schizophrenia, bipolar disorders, personality disorders, and suicide. Her primary areas of research interest include: Malingering, Psychopathy, Risk Assessment, Ethics, Police/Correctional Mental Health, and Sports Psychology.