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Dr Greg Bohall

Clinical Psychology

CHE Behavioral Health Services

Greg Bohall received his Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Seton Hill University, a Master of Science in Rehabilitation Counseling from the State University of New York at Buffalo, and a Doctorate in Psychology (Psy.D.) in Clinical Forensic Psychology at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. He is nationally and internationally recognized as a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor (CRC), a Master Addiction Counselor (MAC), and as an Internationally Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor (ICADC). He also holds a Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor-II (CADC-II) credential in the State of California.

Greg is currently a psychological assistant for CHE Behavioral Health Services; in this capacity he provides psychotherapy and psychological assessment in psychiatric skilled nursing facilities. He also serves as a clinical forensic psychological consultant for numerous organizations throughout the greater Los Angeles area where he writes grants for funding opportunities, develops programs for a variety of clinical and forensic populations, provides staff clinical training, and develops research protocols. Greg has primarily been involved in the field of forensic psychology as he has provided psychotherapy and assessment to a variety of criminal justice clients in the outpatient, inpatient, and correctional settings. He has also completed drug treatment court assessments and made recommendations on client eligibility and appropriateness to participate in the drug treatment court process.

Along with his editorial commitments with Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Greg serves on the editorial board for the Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment, & Trauma and the Journal of Child Sexual Abuse. He has also been active in publishing as he has completed his first text titled The Psychologist’s Guide to Professional Development (2017) through Springer. He also published an analysis on legal systems and gender, posttraumatic stress disorder and gender, and gender conformity in the SAGE Encyclopedia of Psychology and Gender (2017) through SAGE Publications. Greg’s work can also be seen in the Journal of Family Violence and Aggression and Violent Behavior, and he is the principal series editor of the upcoming edited book series tentatively titled Dangerous Behavior in Clinical and Forensic Psychology through Springer. Lastly, his current research interests include forensic assessment and rehabilitation, applicability of criminological theory in clinical practice, efficacy and processes of drug treatment courts, intimate partner violence, methods of interviewing and interrogation, and the underreporting of drug facilitated sexual assaults.