Linda Daniels, PsyD
Long Island University, 1995
Linda Daniels is Director of the Forensic Psychology Concentration in the Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program. Dr. Daniels earned here PsyD in clinical psychology with a specialty in severe and persistent mental illness at Long Island University, New York. She completed her APA-accredited pre-doctoral training at Long Island Jewish Medical Center, Department of Psychiatry. Upon completion of her doctoral training, Dr. Daniels was hired as a post-doc and later, a staff psychologist. She was a Senior Psychologist for the New York Family Court Clinics where she conducted status offender, juvenile delinquency, youthful offenders and child abuse and neglect evaluations. She also maintained a private practice for over 10 years, practicing in Manhattan and Queens, New York. She holds licensure in both New York and Massachusetts. She is the former Chief Psychologist of Port Authority of New York and New Jersey and former Director of the Juvenile Court Clinic in Roxbury and Dorchester, Mass.
Dr. Daniels is a clinical psychologist specializing in forensic psychology, trauma, PTSD, Emergency Preparedness and Police Psychology and is a consultant, trainer, instructor and evaluator in these areas. She is a Diplomate member of The American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress and a board-certified expert in Traumatic Stress and Emergency Crisis Response. She is involved in numerous community organizations and hold memberships in various professional associations.