Ms. Bryant completed a formal American Psychological Association accredited doctoral internship at the Department of State Hospitals – Atascadero, a maximum-security forensic hospital in Atascadero, California. She received her doctorate from the
University of Denver, Graduate School of Professional Psychology. She earned her Master’s Degree in Forensic Psychology from the University of Denver, Graduate School of Professional Psychology in 2014.
Ms. Bryant specializes in psychological assessment, with a particular focus on forensic evaluation. She has worked in diverse settings within the criminal justice system, including corrections, forensic psychiatric hospitals, and outpatient clinics
conducting an array of assessments, from diagnostic evaluations to risk assessments. Additionally, she has worked in private practice and medical settings providing neuropsychological evaluation and cognitive rehabilitation to individuals with traumatic
brain injury, neurodevelopmental disorders, and cognitive impairments secondary to psychiatric disorders and/or substance abuse. She also has experience in crisis intervention, victim advocacy, trauma counseling, and bilingual services provided
Ms. Bryant is originally from Eugene, Oregon, where she obtained her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Oregon. Prior to moving to Denver for graduate school, she worked for the Oregon Social Learning Center, where she initially
discovered her passion for psychological assessment.