Michele Wolfman, Psy.D. is an Adjunct Professor for the Master’s in Forensic Psychology program at NSU’s College of Psychology.
Dr. Wolfman has worked in the field of mental health and substance abuse since 1998. She has provided direct services as a counselor to juvenile offenders in a level eight facility at the Department of Juvenile Justice; and worked in the County, State, and Federal systems throughout the state of Florida.
Since 2003, Dr. Wolfman has been the Mental Health Treatment Supervisor with the Broward Sheriff’s Office. Her expertise in forensics, program development, and co-occurring disorders has helped to develop a successful mental health treatment program offered to the inmates in the mental health units. Additional services include conducting screenings for various in-custody treatment programs and providing crisis intervention training to the detention deputies.
Dr. Wolfman was integral in the establishment of the doctoral internship offered through NSU to their doctoral students. She continues to provide clinical supervision and support to students throughout the year specializing in forensic/ correctional psychology.