Linda Daniels, PsyD
Long Island University, 1995
Linda Daniels, PsyD received her Master’s and Doctoral degrees in Clinical Psychology from Long Island University—C.W. Post Campus and is both a Massachusetts and New York State licensed Psychologist. She is also a current medical-board appointed clinical affiliate of Long Island Jewish Medical Center and the former Chief Psychologist at Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. Dr. Daniels has extensive experience as a Senior Psychologist in the New York State Juvenile Court system and has treated children, adolescents and adults in her private practice. She is a court-qualified expert witness and is frequently hired by attorneys to provide trauma evaluations in civil court proceedings.
Dr. Daniels is a educator, author, consultant, and seasoned presenter. She has published in numerous peer-reviewed journals; and published Healing Journeys: How Trauma Survivors Learn to Live Again (2004). She has served as a panel expert and featured guest on television and at professional conferences. She is also an American Academy board-certified expert in traumatic stress and Emergency Crisis Management and a former State of Massachusetts Trainer of Behavioral Health Disaster Response to Mental Health and Substance Abuse Professionals.
Dr. Daniels currently resides in the North Shore area and is Co-director of the Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology PsyD Forensic Concentration Program. Dr. Daniels also serves as a Consultant with the Transportation Security Administration for Homeland Security.