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Shonna Hill, . (PSB 94023090) received her doctoral degree in Clinical Forensic Psychology from the Chicago School of Professional Psychology. Dr. Hill has 14 years of law enforcement experience working in several divisions, which included patrol, high risk entry teams, and task force assignments. She has extensive experience working with military veterans in the reintegration process as they make the mental transition back from war. Her work with veterans also includes facilitating veteran groups on anger management and coping skills. Dr. Hill’s research on the impact of social support on an officer’s willingness to report suicidal ideations was selected for presentation at the International Conference & Summit on Violence, Abuse & Trauma. In addition, Dr. Hill created the Perceived Support of Suicide Ideation Scale which has been implemented during her extensive research on social support factors of law enforcement officers. Her professional experience has focused on the treatment of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), depression, anxiety, grief, and loss. She is currently a part of the TCTI’s 24hr Critical Incident Stress Management team, responding to various types of critical incidents including the most recent San Bernardino terrorist attack. Dr. Hill is passionate about arming public safety personnel in law enforcement with the appropriate emotional and mental tools to live out a balanced and safe life, both personally and professionally. Shonna currently provides services out of the Brea and San Bernardino offices./div>

Argosy dissertation guide

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