Jenna Goebel, Psy.D.

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Licensed Psychologist

Dr. Goebel earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology with a certificate in Criminal Justice from the University of Wisconsin- Madison in 2012. She then attended Roosevelt University, earning her Master’s Degree in 2015 and her Doctoral Degree in Clinical Psychology in 2018. As a graduate student, Dr. Goebel obtained clinical training at several forensic placements, including Cook County Juvenile Probation Department and River Valley Detention Center. She also conducted therapy with individuals diagnosed with co-occurring psychiatric and substance use conditions at Gateway Foundation- Chicago West. Prior to working with BCI, she completed her pre-doctoral clinical psychology internship at Mendota Mental Health Institute. During that time, Dr. Goebel trained on forensic and correctional units, with both adolescents and adults. She facilitated competency restoration treatment groups, conducted violence risk assessments, and completed competency evaluations at the institution. Following completion of her internship, Dr. Goebel began a postdoctoral forensic psychology fellowship with the Wisconsin Forensic Unit, where she received advanced training performing a range of forensic mental health evaluations of juvenile and adult clients. She also completed a rotation with the Outpatient Competency Restoration Program where she facilitated competency remediation treatment with individuals adjudicated not competent to proceed. Her training was further supplemented by participation in forensic psychiatry fellowship seminars at Mendota Mental Health Institute.

Dr. Goebel became a licensed psychologist in 2020. She currently performs a variety of forensic examinations through Behavioral Consultants, Inc. (BCI) and the Wisconsin Forensic Unit (WFU). Dr. Goebel specializes in the psychological assessment of various psycholegal issues, including Competency to Stand Trial, Not Guilty by Reason of Mental Disease or Defect/Mental Responsibility, and Conditional Release/Violence Risk.

757 N Broadway, Suite 500

Milwaukee, WI 53202

Tel: (414) 271 – 5577

821 W. State Street, Room 504

Milwaukee, WI 53233

Tel: (414) 278 – 4690