Bob Stinson, Psy.D., J.D., LICDC-CS, ABPP, is a board-certified forensic psychologist, an attorney at law, and a licensed independent chemical dependency counselor – clinical supervisor. Dr. Stinson is listed in the National Register of Health Service Providers in Psychology. He is a Fellow of the American Academy of Forensic Psychology (AAFP) and a Diplomate in forensic psychology with the American Board of Professional Psychology (ABPP). Dr. Stinson worked for 15 years on a forensic unit at Twin Valley Behavioral Healthcare (an inpatient psychiatric hospital, serving the severely mentally ill), where he also served on the hospital’s Ethics Committee for a number of years, chairing it for his last two years. Dr. Stinson served as the Chief of Behavioral Health Services for the Ohio Department of Youth Services for over 3 years. He provides training and supervision to students, interns, and post-doctoral residents. He lectures across the country in the areas of mental health law and ethics. He has been an Adjunct Professor of Clinical Psychology at Wright State University’s School of Professional Psychology and he is currently an Adjunct Professor of Clinical Psychology at The Ohio State University Department of Psychology, he is a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Health at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center, and he is an Adjunct Professor of Law at The Ohio State University’s Moritz College of Law. Dr. Stinson holds membership in several legal and psychological professional associations, including APA (and several of its divisions), OPA (where he is a Past-President and is a member and past-chair of the Ethics Committee), OSBA, and COPA (where he is a Past-President). In his law practice, he represents professionals as it relates to licensing board issues and related matters.
Dr. Tilley earned his Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in psychology from Capital University and his Doctor of Psychology (Psy.D.) in clinical psychology from the University of Indianapolis. As part of his graduate training, Dr. Tilley completed formal practica in forensic psychology at Twin Valley Behavioral Healthcare in Dayton and in child/adolescent psychology at St. Francis Hospital in Indianapolis. His internship in correctional psychology was completed at the Federal Medical Center in Lexington. He completed his post-doctoral training in forensic psychology at Twin Valley Behavioral Healthcare in Columbus. Dr. Tilley is the chief executive officer of Behavioral Science Specialists, LLC and co-owner of Forum Ohio, LLC, which provide behavioral health, medical, and forensic assessment, consultative, educational, and research services. He regularly conducts psychological evaluations for a variety of agencies and court systems in the Columbus metropolitan area, including the Franklin County Municipal Court, the Franklin County Court of Common Pleas Probation Department, the Franklin County Juvenile Court, the Franklin County Probate Court, and the Franklin County Office on Aging. He has been recognized as an expert in clinical and forensic psychology in dozens of courts throughout Ohio. He has been an adjunct clinical faculty member at Capital University since 2001 where he teaches courses on psychology, including introductory psychology and forensic psychology. He is also a member of the Ohio Psychological Association, the Central Ohio Psychological Association, the American Psychology-Law Society, and American Mensa. He is presently involved in the Ohio Psychological Association’s Leadership Development Academy and has professional interests in the area of the provision of mental health services to the severely mentally ill within correctional facilities. Dr. Tilley is board-certified in forensic psychology through the American Board of Forensic Psychology and is a diplomate of the American Academy of Forensic Psychology.
Dr. Eric Anderson
Dr. Eric Anderson completed his Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Psychology and History at Capital University. He went on to receive his Master of Arts (M.A.) in Rehabilitation Counseling at The Ohio State University. Following his Master’s degree, he obtained a Certificated Rehabilitation Counselor certificate. Dr. Anderson received his Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in Rehabilitation Psychology. He completed his doctoral practica at the Geriatric Research and Education Clinical Center (GRECC) at the William S. Middleton VA Hospital where he conducted neuropsychological testing, assisted in the Wisconsin Brain Bank, participated in research studies, and diagnosed dementias of various etiologies. His pre-doctoral internship was completed at the Dean Medical Center in Madison, Wisconsin within the Adult Neuropsychology Department. Dr. Anderson was an adjunct professor at Capital University, primarily teaching Research Methods. Dr. Anderson has publications on developmental psychology and prediction of Alzheimer’s disease using neuropsychological testing. In addition to working at Forum Ohio, Dr. Anderson is an Instructor at Wright State University in the Rehabilitation Services Undergraduate Program. He is a member of the American Psychological Association and the Ohio Psychological Association.
Dr. Valerie Budervic
Valerie Budervic, Psy.D., earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and Bachelor of Science degree in Family Studies from the University of Kentucky. She earned her Master’s and Doctoral degrees in Clinical Psychology from Wright State University, School of Professional Psychology. Dr. Budervic completed her pre-doctoral internship through the Federal Bureau of Prisons at Tallahassee Federal Correctional Institution / Federal Detention Center. She has completed clinical and didactic training in general psychological assessment, risk assessment, confrontation avoidance, group and individual treatment, and trauma-informed treatment. She also has a history of providing clinical services in state prisons and community mental health centers and is a member of the American Psychological Association. Dr. Budervic's clinical interests include forensic and psychological assessment and treatment of personality, trauma-related, and mood disorders.
Amanda Conn, Psy.D., earned her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Spanish with a minor in Forensic Science from The Ohio State University. She earned her Master’s and Doctoral degrees in Clinical Psychology at Wright state University, School of Professional Psychology. Dr. Conn completed her predoctoral internship at Summit Psychological Associates, Inc. in Akron, Ohio. Dr. Conn has experience in conducting forensic assessments and treating a wide variety of clients, including sex offenders, individuals with developmental disabilities, and inmates in a jail setting.
Dr. Bobbie Erd
Dr. Erd received her Ph.D. in clinical psychology from Northwestern University and she completed her clinical internship at the Captain James A. Lovell Federal Health Care Center (formerly North Chicago VAMC). She has postdoctoral training and experience in clinical neuropsychology with a special interest in geriatric neuropsychology.
Dr. Ben Hendrickson
Ben Hendrickson, Psy.D., earned his Bachelor’s degree (B.A.) in Psychology from The Ohio State University. He earned his Master’s and Doctoral degrees from Wright State University, School of Professional Psychology. Dr. Hendrickson completed a pre-doctoral internship at the Arkansas State Hospital, an acute inpatient and forensic facility in Little Rock, Arkansas. While on internship, he completed concentrations in forensic assessment, general psychological assessment, adolescent sex-oﬀender treatment, acute psychiatric-inpatient treatment, and community mental health. Dr. Hendrickson also completed a formal forensic postdoctoral fellowship through the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS). While on fellowship, Dr. Hendrickson completed Competency to Stand Trial and Sanity evaluations for adults and juveniles, as well as violence risk assessments, diminished capacity evaluations, and pre-employment Fitness for Duty evaluations. Dr. Hendrickson has provided forensic psychological services to both adults and juveniles in Ohio since 2015, completing evaluations addressing a variety of psycho-legal referral issues, including, but not limited to, competency to stand trial (adults and juveniles), sanity, violence risk (adults and juveniles), sexual violence risk (adults and juveniles), juvenile bind-over, psychological disability, and general psychological functioning (adults and juveniles). Dr. Hendrickson has also been employed as a psychologist with the Ohio Department of Youth Services (ODYS) where he previously worked with juvenile oﬀenders, providing both assessment and therapy services. Dr. Hendrickson is currently employed as a staﬀ psychologist at Twin Valley Behavioral Healthcare of the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (TVBH-OhioMHAS), where he provides acute therapy and forensic evaluation services, including group and individual therapy, competency to stand trial evaluations, sanity evaluations, and violence risk assessments. Dr. Hendrickson has provided forensic psychological testimony in multiple Ohio counties, as well as in Arkansas.
Olivia Kastelic earned her Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Psychology with a concentration in Forensics at John Carroll University. She completed an internship at Forum Ohio, LLC, in 2017 and at Lorain Correctional Institution in 2018. Olivia is currently a student at The Ohio State University where she is in the process of obtaining her Masters in Social Work with a concentration in mental health and substance abuse.
Dr. Jennifer Kutys
Jennifer Kutys, Psy.D., received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from The Ohio State University. She completed her Master's and Doctorate degrees in Clinical Psychology at Wright State University, School of Professional Psychology. Dr. Kutys has a history of service provision in county jails, state prisons, federal medical centers, state hospitals, and community mental health agencies.
Dr. A.J. McConnell
Dr. A.J. McConnell earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and Master of Science degree in Human Development and Family Science from The Ohio State University. He obtained his Doctor of Psychology (Psy.D.) in clinical psychology from Union Institute and University. As part of his doctoral training, he completed his formal practica at Twin Valley Behavioral Healthcare, Nationwide Children’s Hospital – Child Development and Autism Center, and two private practices in Dayton and Columbus. His predoctoral internship was completed at Venture Psychological Internship Consortium in Battle Creek, Michigan, where he completed rotations at a community mental health center, autism clinic, and an integrated medical center. His post-doctoral fellowship was completed at Daily Behavioral Health in which he focused on the assessment and treatment of individuals with developmental disabilities. He also obtained post-doctoral experience providing individual, couples, and family therapy to a multicultural population at Matrix Psychological Services. Dr. McConnell’s clinical interests include psychological assessment and treatment of anxiety, mood disorders, and adjustment issues. In addition to his clinical work at Forum Ohio, Dr. McConnell teaches undergraduate psychology courses as part of the faculty at The Ohio State University. He has also written extensively and presented both locally and nationally on topics related to developmental disabilities, mood disorders, romantic relationships, and parenting. He is a member of the Ohio Psychological Association.
Kelsey Oakes earned her Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Psychology at The Ohio State University, graduating in 2017. She has experience working with sexual assault and domestic abuse survivors. She achieved a minor in neuroscience, takes a special interest in the field, and hopes to pursue this area of interest in the future. Kelsey is committed to the practice in her role as a psychometrician.
Dr. Susan Rowland
Susan Rowland, Ph.D., RN, is a psychologist and registered nurse. She received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from The Ohio State University in 1985 and enjoyed a 30-year career in oncology and intensive care in Cincinnati, Ohio. She received her Master of Arts in Psychology from Xavier University in 1997 and completed her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from The Union Institute and University in 2007 with a major area of study in cognitive behavior therapy, psycho-oncology, and thanatology. During her doctoral studies, Susan completed a two-year program from The Gestalt Institute of Cincinnati She taught as an adjunct and guest lecturer at the University of Cincinnati Medical School from 2002-2006. At the medical school, Dr. Rowland facilitated courses in medical ethics and was on the design committee for the course Death, Dying, Loss and Grieving. Dr. Rowland’s work as a nurse included active participation on her hospital’s ethics committee performing bioethics consultations, death education for nurses and medical residents, and grant writing. Dr. Rowland has specialized in cognitive behavior therapy with adolescents, adults, and their families with a strong appreciation for cognitive behavioral therapy as well as developmental and positive psychology. As a health psychologist, Dr. Rowland specializes in cancer support and the identification and treatment of co-morbid mood disorders that often present with chronic medical conditions. Dr. Rowland has a Certificate in Telebehavioral Health and is a member of the American Telemedicine Association, The American Psychological Association, the Ohio Psychological Association, and the Bioethics Network of Ohio.
Laura Sowers earned her Bachelors of Science in Criminal Justice with a concentration in Special Populations from American Intercontinental University. She completed her Masters of Arts in Forensic Psychology from Argosy University in Nashville, Tennessee. Her experience includes evaluation and psychological testing within the criminal justice population. Additionally, she has earned an Associates of Applied Science degree in Interpreting/ American Sign Language Education and has several years of experience as a sign language interpreter, which has led to her specific interest in working with the Deaf population within the field of forensic psychology.
Dr. Jenna Wade
Dr. Jenna Wade completed her Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Psychology with a minor concentration in Criminology from Miami University. She earned her Master of Arts (M.A.) in Forensic Psychology from The Chicago School of Professional of Psychology and her Doctorate of Clinical Psychology (Psy.D.) from Adler University in Chicago, IL. Dr. Wade completed her clinical internship at Rockdale Regional Juvenile Justice Center (RRJJC), a private residential treatment facility in Rockdale, TX. She has training in forensic assessment; individual, group, and family treatment with general juvenile offenders; and adolescent substance abuse and sex offender treatment. Dr. Wade completed her postdoctoral residency at Forum Ohio, LLC. She conducted psychological and forensic evaluations for the Franklin County juvenile and adult Courts, Franklin County Children Services, and private referrals. Additionally, Dr. Wade conducted Competency Attainment Services for the Franklin County Juvenile Court. Dr. Wade also has experience with general psychological assessments in community mental health, fitness for duty evaluations and job suitability screenings, suicide risk assessment, crisis intervention, and providing treatment services to adults in correctional and residential settings. She is a member of the American Psychological Association, Ohio Psychological Association, and the American Psychology- Law Society.
Bethany A. Yoder, M.A.
Bethany A. Yoder, M.A., completed her B.A. at The Ohio State University, majoring in Psychology and minoring in Criminology, and earned her M.A. in Forensic Psychology from John Jay College of Criminal Justice. As part of her master's degree program, she worked on a joint research project between John Jay and the Behavioral Science Unit of the FBI. She also completed a master's level externship working with sex offenders in federally-mandated individual and group therapy sessions.