Dr. Olson Nejame has been employed more than a decade as a correctional and forensic psychologist. She has provided individual and group treatment to offenders for more than a decade and also worked with the Forensic Assessment Division, Board of Parole Hearings, conducting violence risk assessment evaluations with life-term inmates. In addition to working with offenders, she created and implemented a Stress Management in Corrections program within the institutional training department at Avenal State Prison and CSP-Corcoran for a five year period. She continues to advocate for correctional officers and correctional mental health professionals and the effects of stress in the correctional setting through research and education. She educated clinical forensic psychology graduate students and specialized in personality, intellectual, and forensic assessment, psychopathology, correctional psychology, and offender treatment at Alliant International University. She also clinically supervised graduate students in forensic assessment with public defender’s office of Fresno county and brief treatment modalities, and has a private practice. Research interests include: Paraphilias, psychopathy, psychotic disorders and violence, criminal thinking styles and offender treatment effects, risk of violence assessment measures with life crime inmates, effects of stress and correctional officers/law enforcement, developmental disabilities among offenders, and mentally ill offender treatment.