Jacqueline Heath, PhD

Consulting Psychologist

Dr. Heath earned her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Communication from American University in Washington, D.C. and earned both her Master of Arts and her Doctor of Philosophy in Clinical Psychology from the Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio. She completed her pre-doctoral clinical internship at the Bureau of Prisons Federal Medical Center in Lexington, Kentucky. As part of her graduate training, she completed practicum experiences at the Twin Valley Behavioral Healthcare Timothy B. Mortiz Forensic Unit Maximum Security Psychiatric Hospital and the Ohio State University Harding Hospital Psychiatric Unit. Dr. Heath conducts various forensic evaluations for several county court systems in Northeastern Ohio including Competency to Stand Trial, Sanity at the Time of the Act, Civil Commitment, Mitigation, and Second Opinion evaluations. Dr. Heath has also served as a full-time lecturer at the Ohio State University and as a Visiting Lecturer at Ohio University-Chillicothe where she taught psychology courses including Introductory Psychology, Abnormal Psychology, and The Psychology of Policing.  Dr. Heath brings her wealth of experience to Center of Police Psychological Services providing risk and threat assessment, with her conducting pre-employment screenings and fitness for duty evaluations for our agency.