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.