Dr. Craig received his doctorate from the Illinois School of Professional Psychology in Clinical Psychology. He has dedicated and tailored the majority of his professional psychology career in the subspecialty of Police and Public Safety Psychology. He is a former sworn law enforcement officer and now police psychologist. Dr. Craig has worked with police officers/agents within departments ranging from small municipal to federal to large urban to midsized suburban. He is particularly experienced at understanding the trials and tribulations police officers may be exposed to as well as the impact this can have on an officer’s personal and professional life. He also has experience working with tactical units and other specialized units and is keenly aware of the challenges these officers may face. These particular insights have informed a proactive counseling intervention model (COPPS Model) that is aimed specifically toward the law enforcement community, which he has presented a numerous professional conferences and applied in his practice. Dr. Craig is also former Program director of the Police Psychology masters degree program at Adler University and currently serves as an Associate Professor. He continues to maintain an active practice in Chicago, Illinois and suburbs and harbors a tremendous respect for those that serve and protect. He has dedicated his professional career to continue to be of service to the law enforcement community and their families. He is an associate member of The International Association Chiefs of Police, The Illinois Association of Chiefs of Police, The Society for Police and Criminal Psychology, among others.
Psychological assessment (i.e., pre-employment screening, fitness for duty evaluations, and specialty team assignment evaluations) and Intervention services (i.e., workplace stress and trauma, substance abuse, relationship challenges, depression, general anxiety, mental toughness, etc).