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Brooke Lundbohm, Psy.D.

Licensed Psychologist
Vice-President - BCI
Clinical Director - OCRP

Dr. Lundbohm is a licensed psychologist who specializes in the psychological assessment of adolescents and adults. She relocated from Minnesota in 2007 to complete a year-long pre-doctoral internship at the Mendota Mental Health Institute. Subsequently, she received her doctoral diploma in clinical psychology from the Minnesota School of Professional Psychology (MSPP) in 2008. During the following year, she received intensive, advanced training in the comprehensive assessment of a variety of psycholegal issues as a postdoctoral forensic psychology fellow through the Wisconsin Forensic Unit (WFU) and Behavioral Consultants, Inc (BCI). Since 2009, she has maintained employment with the WFU, where she conducts competency to stand trial evaluations for adult defendants. She also maintains a private practice through BCI and teaches on an adjunct basis at the Wisconsin School of Professional Psychology.  In March of 2015 she assumed the role of Interim Clinical Director for the Outpatient Competency Restoration Program.


Dr. Lundbohm’s educational achievements include the following:

  • Hamilton College, Bachelor of Arts, 2002

  • Minnesota School of Professional Psychology, Master of Arts, 2006

  • Minnesota School of Professional Psychology, Doctorate Degree, 2008


Dr. Lundbohm is a member of several professional organizations and associations, including the following:

  • American Psychological Association (APA)

  • American Psychology-Law Society (APLS)

  • Wisconsin Psychological Association (WPA)

  • WPA Interest Section of Forensic and Correctional Psychology


Throughout her ongoing education and professional training, Dr. Lundbohm has focused upon the clinical and forensic evaluation of adolescents and adults who are experiencing a wide range of mental health issues. Through her private practice, she is committed to providing high quality clinical and forensic psychological assessment, consultation, and graduate supervision. She specializes in the psychological assessment of a number of psycholegal issues, including the following:

  • Competency to Stand Trial

  • Not Guilty by Reason of Mental Disease or Defect/Mental Responsibility

  • Sentencing/Dispositional Assessment

  • Conditional Release/Violence Risk Assessment

  • Sexual Risk Assessment

  • Waiver Issues

  • Pre-Employment Screening

  • Fitness for Duty

  • Disability Assessment

757 N Broadway, Suite 500

Milwaukee, WI 53202

Tel: (414) 271 – 5577

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