With over 16 years of experience as a Correctional and Forensic Psychologist, Dr. Elizabeth Falcon specializes in correctional behavioral health care in jails and prisons, serving in both the clinical and administrative sectors. She has developed, implemented, restructured, monitored, and managed jail and prison mental health programs in well over 200 facilities in 27 states.

Dr. Falcon holds strong expertise in Suicide Prevention, Evidence-Based Programming for Severely Mentally-Ill inmates, Segregated Inmates, Restoration of Competency, Sexually Violent Predators, Substance Abuse, Inpatient/Outpatient Programs, Community Reintegration, Policy/Program Development, Implementation and Management. Dr. Falcon has spearheaded behavioral health program strategy and innovation for jails and prisons nationwide.

Driven by results, Dr. Falcon delivers system-wide best practices to reduce inmate suicides and liability exposure, to decrease grievances and lawsuits, to bring care that exceed industry standards, and finally to ensure successful community re-entry. Evidence-based treatment programs which have been implemented by Dr. Falcon, have achieved marked results in reducing recidivism, inmate suicides, inmate misconduct, substance abuse, as well as, increasing treatment compliance for the severely mentally-ill.

Dr. Robinson began his career with the first Mental Health Unit funded by the Justice Department in 1975. He has extensive experience in correctional behavioral healthcare with over 35 years of programming and services in prisons, jails, confinement, and community reintegration centers. Additionally, Dr. Robinson works with alternative sentencing and drug courts as faculty of the National Association of Drug Court Professionals and the National Drug Court Institute. Dr. Robinson was on the editorial board of the National Drug Court Institute Review Journal. He likewise served on the Advisory Committee working with Healing and Wellness Drug Courts for Tribal Nations. Currently, he is involved in evaluation of drug courts nationally.

Since 2001, Dr. Robinson has been a member of the National Faculty for DWI Courts and a consultant to the Bureau of Justice. He is also a faculty member of the National Judicial College. Dr. Robinson has presented numerous professional articles and co-authored many books about corrections and criminal justice services. He is a co-developer of Moral Reconation Therapy (MRT®) which is included in SAMHSA’s National Registry of Evidence-based Programs and Practices for both mental health and substance abuse treatment.

In 2009, Dr. Robinson received the Presidential Citation from the American Psychological Association for Innovative Practice Strategies to address social and behavioral problems of at-risk youth.

For over 16 years, Dr. Babatunde Okuleye has worked as a Correctional and Forensic Psychiatrist. He specializes in correctional psychiatric care in jails and prisons, working in both the clinical and administrative sectors. Over his career, he has developed and managed psychiatric services in more than 180 facilities around the country. Dr. Okuleye brings keen understanding to a broad spectrum of issues within the corrections environment – from Psychiatric and Substance Abuse Services to Competency Evaluation, Restoration to Fitness, Medication, and Utilization Management.

Dr. Okuleye has led psychiatric services for Cook County Jail, the second largest correctional mental health institution in the industry caring for over 11,000 inmates. Dr. Okuleye has also served as Chief Psychiatric Officer for several correctional healthcare companies, and has managed over 33 state prisons. He has spearheaded psychiatric program strategy, direction, and management for over 180 facilities in 15 states.

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