Caitlyn Azama is a current student in the Master of Forensic Psychology program at the University of Denver, Graduate School of Professional Psychology. She currently serves as an educator for competency restoration at Denver FIRST and holds previous experience interning with the Collaborative Program for Reintegration at the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office. Through her partnership with the Denver County Wellness Court, her current research utilizes the Risk-Need-Responsivity model to investigate predictive outcomes of the Wellness Court program.
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