Samantha Kilbourne

Dr. Kilbourne is a Clinical Forensic Psychologist who works with dually diagnosed felony probationers and specializes in forensics, severely mentally ill (SMI) populations, trauma, PTSD, and mindfulness. She has been publishing academic articles and presenting at professional conferences since 2011 and also trains probation officers, mental health staff and interns, and psychiatry residents. When she is not working, she enjoys extensive traveling, hiking/camping, reading across all disciplines and interests, photography, writing, and broadening her world view by talking to culturally diverse individuals and gaining a better understanding of their experiences.

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