Dr. Jennifer Rohrer is currently part-time Assistant Professor and former Chair of the Forensic Psychology program at The Chicago School - DC Campus. She is employed as a Licensed Clinical Psychologist with Department of Mental Health, Pretrial Services and also works privately with various courts. Dr. Rohrer earned her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Kent State University with a specialization in psychological assessment. She completed her internship training at Florida State Hospital, one of the nation's largest secure inpatient forensic facilities. She later completed her postdoctoral training at Georgia Regional Hospital, conducting both inpatient and outpatient forensic evaluations, and later accepted a Forensic Psychologist position with that facility. She has also had experience conducting post-adjudication evaluations of juveniles for the State of South Carolina. Prior to joining The Chicago School on a full-time basis, Dr. Rohrer was employed as a Forensic Psychologist with the State of North Carolina. She has been an adjunct faculty member at several institutions, including Saint Leo University, Webster University, and The Chicago School. She is a member of the American Psychology - Law Society, and has been qualified as an expert witness in the States of Georgia and North Carolina.