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Editor Name: Ana M. Gamez
Designation: Associate Professor
University: California Baptist University
Biography: Ana M. Gamez, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor of psychology and Practicum Director of a Forensic psychology graduate program for the School of Behavioral Sciences at California Baptist University. She is also an Industrial Organizational Consultant for the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department (LASD). She completed a postdoctoral fellowship in Police & Public Safety Psychology with LASD and an APA accredited internship with the Department of Veteran Affairs, Los Angeles Ambulatory Care Center. She has accumulated over 10 years of teaching experience in university settings, including California Baptist University, California State University — Long Beach, National University, and the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s department. Prior to becoming a psychologist, she spent 8 ½ years working as a Custody Assistant for the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. Dr. Gamez teaches graduate level courses in police psychology, forensic psychology and law, crisis intervention, brief psychotherapy, advanced psychopathology & criminality, multivariate statistics, and advanced research methods. She also teaches Values Based Decision-Making and Suicide Prevention to peace officers. Dr. Gamez is a licensed psychologist who provides emergency response, critical incident stress debriefings, OIS debriefings, counseling, conflict resolution, and management consultations to law enforcement professionals