You can reach BSS at 213-486-0790, through our general web email at DrLAPD@gmail.com, or via the individual psychologist’s email address below.  eMail communications with a psychologist are NOT confidential. BSS psychologists, APU counselors and staff have voicemail on which you may leave a confidential message.

Dr Kevin J Jablonski Chief Police Psychologist Jablonski@lapd.online Dr. Jablonski started his career with the Department in 1995 and promoted over the years from Police Psychologist I to Chief Psychologist, and BSS’s Commanding Officer.  His educational background includes study and degrees in psychology, economics, medicine and immunology as well as public health. Kevin’s clinical philosophy focuses on treating the whole person, both their mind and body, which he contends are inextricably part of one person, more…

one identity.  Dr Jablonski is involved in a wide range of law enforcement psychological services, including clinical service, organizational and operational consultation, case-specific consultation, threat assessment and health promotion. He periodically teaches at local universities and consults with the Costa Rican government on public health matters.  An avid reader, Dr Jablonski enjoys spending time with his family, traveling and learning about other cultures.
Dr Michael Craw Police Psychologist II, ACO N2145@lapd.online Dr. Craw has been with the Los Angeles Police Department, Behavioral Science Services since 2001 and currently serves as a supervisor.  Dr. Craw has experience helping people attain optimal health by addressing stress related medical problems, like headache and chronic back pain. A core concept in Dr. Craw’s philosophy of treatment is the concept that both good, as well as difficult and challenging experiences, can   more…

deepen a sense of meaning and purpose in life.  In his off time, Dr. Craw and his wife enjoy playing with their dogs and socializing with friends.
DJK Dr Denise Jablonski-Kaye Police Psychologist II, ACO N3032@lapd.online Law Enforcement work is demanding and at times difficult, making our personal relationships outside of work ever so important.  For Dr. Jablonski-Kaye working with couples in distress to help them resolve their everyday problems as well the extraordinary ones is some of the most satisfying work.  Dr. Jablonski-Kaye came to the LAPD in January of 2004 after working for over two decades in community mental health, health psychology  more…

settings and private practice. In 2006 she was promoted to Assistant Commanding Officer at BSS and as a supervisor manages many of the day-to-day operations and BSS programs such as Peer Support.  Her assignments over the years had her providing consultative and organizational services to a number of Valley Bureau divisions; West Valley, Topanga, Mission, and Devonshire, as well as Valley Communications. She enjoys staying active and is often out running, hiking,  yoga, gardening, cooking, reading and most of all spending time with family.

Dr Yvette Campbell    Police Psychologist I N2144@lapd.online Dr. Monteiro-Campbell is experienced in the area of critical incident stress management in law enforcement populations.  She currently coordinates the Critical Incident Response Team organizing annual training and other related services.  She also has a special passion for the interplay between spirituality, resiliency and the achievement of optimal mental health in both individuals and couples. more…

Since coming to LAPD in April 2001 Dr. Monteiro-Campbell has provided a number of different services including organizational and management consultation, roll call training and education, and individual crisis intervention throughout the Department.  She has also provided countless hours of training on a number of mental health topics including suicide awareness, depression, communication, motivation, sleep, and alcohol abuse.  Her current assignments are West Los Angeles, Wilshire Division and West Traffic.  She has received advanced training in the assessment and management of threats and violence and is a graduate of the West Point Leadership where she now teaching the segment on communication.  On a personal note she enjoys running, reading, relaxing on the beach and spending time with her family.

Dr Edrick Dorian Police Psychologist I N3471@lapd.online Dr. Dorian is deeply passionate about teaching the practical “wisdom” of psychology to assist people in improving their everyday life.  Dr. Dorian has been with LAPD since 2006, working primarily out of the BSS Valley office and providing consultation services to almost all of the Valley divisions at one time or another. more…

Prior to the LAPD, he worked at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, the Sepulveda and Downtown LA Veterans Affairs Medical Centers, Twin Towers Correctional Facility, and was a faculty member for CSUN, Pepperdine University, Moorpark College, and the UCLA School of Medicine. His clinical interests include treating anxiety, panic, traumatic stress, depression, motivational difficulties, weight management, addiction, relationship problems, and military deployment issues.

Dr Azadeh Famili Police Psychologist I N1626@lapd.online Dr. Famili understands that life is filled with challenges and that law enforcement has unique stressors inherent in such work.  She is committed to helping employees improve their personal and professional lives by incorporating the most contemporaneous research in the field of psychology in developing personalized treatment plans. more…

She has extensive experience in working with couples in high conflict and helping families in dealing with parenting issues.  She has also provided threat assessment and criminal investigative consultation to such department units as Robbery Homicide Division and Threat Management Unit.  Dr. Famili has over 15 years of experience with the Department.  She is well known for teaching a broad range of topics to multiple professional schools, including Watch Commander School, CNT School, CIT and ICI schools.  In her tenure, Dr. Famili has been assigned to consult with Hollenbeck, Communications, Juvenile Scientific Investigative Division and Robbery-Homicide Divisions.  When off duty, Dr. Famili enjoys spending time with her family hiking, skiing and swimming.

Dr Judy Hao        Police Psychologist I N3472@lapd.online Dr. Hao, who is assigned to the Downtown Office, has been a psychologist since January 2006. She treats depression and anxiety, helps people to improve their coping skills, and also addresses religious and spiritual issues in counseling.  Dr. Hao has extensive professional experience working in correctional and community mental more…

health settings. She feels very fortunate to be in a career in which she can serve those who serve others and who might be hurting, or simply seeking to grow and better themselves and their relationships.   Dr. Hao is very involved in providing training in the Detention Officer Academy, SID, R & I and a number of Central Bureau divisions.  While off duty she enjoys swimming, science fiction, traveling, and spending time with family.
Dr Adam Herdina Police Psychologist I N3552@lapd.online Over the course of his career, Dr. Herdina has received specialized training in case-specific consultation, anger management, chemical dependency, suicide/risk-assessment, and sexual deviancy.  Dr. Herdina has been employed with the Los Angeles Police Department since 2006 and is currently assigned to the Valley Office. more…

He sees clients for individual and couples therapy, using a cognitive-behavioral therapy model for treatment. Department employees who have experienced trauma, have marital conflict, or are experiencing chemical dependency related issues have received his services and report feeling better. He also teaches courses to Department employees pertaining to chemical dependency and homicide investigator well-being.  Dr. Herdina takes pride in working with sworn and civilian personnel to help them function at their best during and after an emergent or traumatic situation.  His way of dealing with the stressors of everyday life are running, scuba diving, and spending time with family and friends.
 drrh  Dr Raymond Hsu Police Psychologist I  N5197@lapdonline  Dr. Hsu served in the United States Army where he was deployed to Afghanistan for Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF) in 2002 as a Mental Health Staff Sergeant.  Upon redeployment from OEF, he commissioned and became an officer where he took command of the 437TH Medical Company as a Captain.  As commander, he provided his more…

soldiers mindfulness-based classes to assist in increasing their psychological hardiness in preparation for their deployment to Iraq. Before joining the LAPD family, he worked with sexually and physically abused children at LAC+USC Hospital, homeless Veterans at West Los Angeles VA Hospital, and Central Juvenile Hall.  His experience not only offered him first-hand knowledge of how traumatic/critical events can adversely impact one’s ability to function but also how resilient and hardy one can be, especially when afforded the appropriate mental health care.  Dr. Hsu values a primary prevention model to care, addressing mental health issues through a mindfulness-based approach to foster and empower one’s psychological hardiness.  A proponent of positive psychology, he brings a sense of optimism to the therapeutic setting, without undermining the pain that is being experienced.  Happiness is an emotional state that Dr. Hsu believes everyone can attain.  His pursuit of happiness is driven by the passion he has for both travel and his profession, which led him to Kenya in 2015 where he participated in a humanitarian mission, addressing the effects of HIV/AIDS on mental health for World AIDS Day.  An avid snowboarder, he has volunteered countless hours to CHILL, a program that provides at-risk youth an opportunity to learn, increasing one’s sense of self, self-confidence and self-esteem through education of core values and mastery of a new skill.  Born and raised in Los Angeles, he values family and having a strong work/life balance. 

  Dr Raymond Mars Police Psychologist I N2147@lapd.online Dr. Mars has been with BSS for over twelve years.  He began his career as a police psychologist with the Memphis Police Department in 1995 before coming to LAPD in 2001.  One of Dr Mars’ passions has been working with recruits and probationers. His areas of interest include peak performance, more…

stress, grief, and trauma recovery.  He is currently assigned to Southwest, Central Division, South and Central Traffic Divisions and Training Division.  Dr. Mars personal passions include traveling and long distance running.  He has completed three marathons, which was certainly one of his most challenging but rewarding personal accomplishments.
  Dr Stephanie Barone McKenny    Police Psychologist I N3030@lapd.online Dr. Barone McKenny regularly provides services throughout our Department as well as to internationally, at the state-level and in the university.  She is a Diplomate in Sports Psychology and a Nationally Certified Sports Psychologist who has worked with Olympic, Division I, and other elite-athletes and coaches. more…

She  is interested in everyone achieving peak performance at work and at home.  Dr. McKenny has worked with specialized units across the nation, particularly air support units, on mental toughness skills, fatigue, suicide prevention, alcohol and DUIs, psychological fitness for duty, and probable cause of accidents.  She has served as a Safety Instructor for an international aviation association.  And as the spouse of a Navy Captain and the sister of Lt. Colonel, she understands at a very personal level the sacrifices that our uniformed personnel make every day, but also the daily sacrifices of their spouses, children, and extended family.  She places high value on law enforcement and military marriages and acknowledges the often unrecognized role that faith plays in maintaining the strength of such marriages.
Dr Jay Nagdimon Police Psychologist I N3473@lapd.online Dr. Nagdimon’s approach to therapy is to help clients understand how their thoughts and beliefs influence their emotions and reactions, depending of course on the person’s presenting problem and personal situation.  He then tailors his treatment approach to that which would be most useful in the client’s more…

particular circumstance.  Dr. Nagdimon has received specialized training in crisis intervention and services for veterans and their families.  He frequently teaches negotiation skills, suicide prevention and crisis intervention since coming to LAPD in 2006.  He works particularly well with people who have undergone a traumatic loss or event, people who are nearing retirement and are experiencing other transitional life phase’s issues.  His inspiration to work hard comes from his family, his work ethic comes from his father and what genuinely inspires him is traveling.  He was born and raised in Southern California and is married with three children.
  Dr Barbara Pavlo    Police Psychologist I N3474@lapd.online Dr. Pavlo comes from a law enforcement family with several family members having served with the NYPD.  She joined the Department in 2006 and works primarily out of the Valley Office.  She uses her many years of professional experience to provide the therapeutic approach which best fits the needs of the client and the issues they are presenting with.  Dr. Pavlo finds more…

it satisfying and rewarding to work with couples and help people who are experiencing relationship issues. Assigned in the Valley has been the divisional psychologist to most of the Valley divisions at one time or another. She teaches in many classes in the Department including Supervisors School, CIRT, Mayor’s Crisis Response Team, Detention Officers School, Peer Support, as well as many others.
 drjs  Dr Julie Snyder  Police Psychologist I N5226@lapd.online Dr Julie Snyder joined the Los Angeles Police Department in early 2016.  She specializes in empirically-supported and behaviorally based treatments, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) Informed Treatment, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and Cognitive Behavioral Analysis System of Psychotherapy (CBASP). Dr. more…

Snyder is extensively trained and  is committed to helping clients get the life they want.  Dr. Snyder has previously served as voluntary clinical faculty at the Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Clinic at UCLA Semel Institute.  Dr. Snyder has been providing treatment for individuals in various settings for the last 12 years, working as a clinical director, anger management consultant, program therapist at a licensed group home for adolescents, and as a clinician at an outpatient methadone maintenance clinic. She also received graduate training in substance abuse treatment at Hazelden, Chicago and at Harbor-UCLA’s Dual Diagnosis Unit.  Dr. Snyder completed her Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology at Pepperdine University, an APA-Accredited postdoctoral fellowship at Harbor-UCLA, and an APA-Accredited Internship at Metropolitan State Hospital in Norwalk, California.  She is most interested in mindfulness, self-compassion, and providing a practical approach to treatment.