Dr. Daniel L. Hollar, Assistant Professor of Psychology, has a breadth of experience with law enforcement agencies and personnel.
For over 12 years, he worked alongside law enforcement professionals at the largest forensic psychiatric inpatient hospital in Florida providing individual and group therapy, competency evaluation and training as well as mental status evaluations for involuntary commitments and has provided expert testimony in the State of Florida.
Dr. Hollar has done subcontracted work for the Department of Juvenile Justice and the Department of Children and Families for over a decade. Additionally, he has 15 years of psychological assessment experience in private practice; with an expertise in suicide risk assessment.
Dr. Hollar has taught undergraduate and graduate students and currently serves as Department Chair of Psychology at Bethune-Cookman University. He has co-authored more than 10 publications in peer-reviewed scientific journals, authored a book chapter on Mental Health Treatment for Diverse Populations, and authored a book on Suicide and Eating Disordered Behavior.
He is a consultant with Daninger Solutions, Incorporated (DSI), a private psycho-educational and financial literacy applied research consulting firm. Dr. Hollar obtained his PhD in Clinical Psychology from Florida State University.