Julie Lindahl

Contributing Faculty
College of Psychology and Community Services
School of Psychology
Ph.D. Forensic Psychology

Dr. Lindahl has been affiliated with Walden University for over 10 years. First, as a student, completing a Masters and Doctorate in Forensic Psychology, and now, as part-time Contributing Faculty and Dissertation Mentor in the Forensic Psychology Program. Additional educational background includes Criminal Justice, Public Law and Government, and Industrial/Organizational Psychology. Dr. Lindahl has been working in the human services field for over 20 years, with experience in both the private and federal sectors. Dr. Lindahl specializes in victimology, offender behavior and analysis, crisis intervention and training, and advocacy services and supports.

Courses Taught

FPSY 6002/8002 - Foundations of Graduate Study

FPSY 6101 - Introduction to Forensic Psychology

FPSY 6135/8135 - Criminal Behavior

FPSY 6145 - Ethical Issues and Professional Responsibilities in Forensic Psychology

FPSY 8910 - Legal Issues and Social Change in Forensic Psychology

FPSY 9000 - Dissertation

FPSY 6115/8116 - Understanding Forensic Psychology Research

FPSY 6126 - Understanding Violence, Risk, and Threat Assessment

FPSY 8185 - Writing a Quality Prospectus


BS, Eastern Michigan University

MS, Walden University

PhD, Walden University