Dr. Juzwin is an Associate Professor and Clinical Psychology faculty member at The Illinois School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University, Schaumburg. Dr. Juzwin attained her doctorate in psychology from the Adler School of Professional Psychology in Chicago, and Master's in Clinical Psychology from Ball State University. Dr. Juzwin is a licensed clinical psychologist specializing in trauma, forensic trauma, self-injury and eating disorders. She is a Certified Eating Disorder Specialist (CEDS, iaedp). She areas of teaching at Argosy include testing and assessment (objective, projective, and integrated battery assessment); ethics and the law, diagnostic and advanced practicum seminars and special topics courses. Special topics courses include self-injury, eating disorders, suicide assessment, clinical trauma, forensic trauma and police psychology. Primary areas of research include: self-injury, the multisymptomatic complex patient (NSSI, ED, trauma), high risk patients, personnel selection/pre-employment selection, and disaster/first responder mental health. Outside of Argosy, she is the consultant Director of the Self-Injury Recovery Services Program at Alexian Brothers Behavioral Health Hospital, working across the continuum of care. Other activities include forensic pre-employment research and evaluation of public service employees; and research, treatment and consultation regarding the management of high risk patients. She is a Mental Health responder for the Northern Illinois Critical Stress Debriefing team, IMERT/INVENT disaster field hospital and the FACT disaster response teams. She is active in critical incident response with first responders and law enforcement personnel.