mspp Faculty profile
Linda Daniels, PsyD
Long Island University, 1995
Linda Daniels, PsyD, a forensic psychologist, co-directs the Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology PsyD. Forensic Concentration Program and is a Core Faculty member. Dr. Daniels received her Undergraduate degree from Rutgers’s University and 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 Family Court system; a police psychologist; and, a private practice clinician working with children, adolescents and adults. She is a court-qualified expert witness and is frequently hired by attorneys to provide trauma evaluations in civil court proceedings.
Dr. Daniels is also an 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 both 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 also serves as a Consultant with the Transportation Security Administration through the United States Department of Homeland Security.