Jennifer Crumlish

Jennifer Crumlish

Dr. Jennifer Crumlish received her Ph.D. in clinical psychology at The Catholic University of America in 1996. She completed her pre-doctoral internship at St. Elizabeths in Washington, D.C., Her interest in research started while working in the Biological Psychiatry Branch in the NIMH at NIH during graduate school.

She has taught courses in the graduate psychology program at Catholic University in psychopathology and diagnostic assessment and supervised students in the psychotherapy practicum. From 2006 until 2017, Dr. Crumlish was a consultant to the D.C. Department of Human Services Adult Protective Services division and conducted capacity evaluations of adults throughout the city. Dr. Crumlish is currently an examiner
for the Superior Court of D.C. Probate Division and has presented at several conferences on elder abuse in Washington, D.C.

Currently Dr. Crumlish is a partner in the Washington Psychological Center where she provides therapy to adolescents, adults and couples. In addition, she is the Assistant Director of the Suicide Prevention Lab at the Catholic University of America where she has been a consultant on several randomized controlled trials of CAMS. As a Senior Consultant with CAMS-care, LLC, Dr. Crumlish has provided training in CAMS to mental health providers at multiple military posts, a state correctional organization and local and state mental health suicide prevention organizations.