Dr. Jamey Leeanne Rislin is a counseling psychologist and licensed clinical social worker. She earned her Masters Degree in Social Work from the University of Pennsylvania, and her Doctorate in Counseling Psychology from New Mexico State University. She recognizes the importance of the scientist-practitioner-advocate role and brings this level of integrated thought to all aspects of her professional work. Dr. Rislin has worked in a plethora of clinical settings with diverse clients with varied psychosocial and mental health needs. Her research focuses on minority mental health, the impact of systems of oppression on mental and physical health, and best practices in improving treatment outcomes, satisfaction and service delivery for diverse clients and client systems. She is particularly interested in multicultural considerations in psychology, mental health literacy and issues of diversity/inclusion. She currently works as a Psychologist at a juvenile detention center.