Jenifer Mulock, MA

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Jenifer Mulock, M.A., is an associate with workplace.calm, inc. She holds a Master’s degree in Forensic Psychology from John Jay College of Criminal Justice. She received her honours undergraduate degree in Psychology from Queen’s University in 1997. Jenifer also completed a program of study in Psychology at Ryerson University where she was a recipient of the J.L. Beaton Scholarship award. Jenifer’s experience includes working in both forensic and correctional settings. She currently provides psychological assessments and treatment for federal offenders. Jenifer’s research interests include working on a problem gambling study at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, as well as assisting with research on Fitness to Stand Trial Assessments in Canada. Previous research projects include, Evidence-Based Practices in Forensic Psychology, Suicidal Motivations and Manifestations, and Organized versus Disorganized Sexual Homicide. Jenifer’s open-minded, detail-oriented and investigative approach to workplace difficulties of all kinds has quickly made her a valued member of the multidisciplinary team at workplace.calm,inc.

Jenifer Mulock, MA