Elizabeth L. Jeglic Ph.D.




Dr. Elizabeth L. Jeglic is an internationally renowned expert in Sexual Violence Prevention and Sex Offender Public Policy.  She is a licensed clinical psychologist and Professor of Psychology at the John Jay College of Criminal Justice, City University of New York.  She is the author of Protecting your Child from Sexual Abuse and Sexual Violence: Evidence Based Policy and Prevention.  Dr. Jeglic has published over 130 articles and book chapters and is on the Editorial Board of the Journal Sexual Abuse.   Her work is frequently quoted in the media including the New York Times, the Associated Press, Health, Huffington Post, Reader's Digest, Prevention, Boston Globe, Fatherly, Parents among others.  Dr. Jeglic blogs for Psychology Today on Sexual Violence Prevention.



I work with clients, providing exceptional consulting services that are catered specifically to their needs.  I am an expert witness and consultant for civil and criminal cases involving sexual abuse, sexual assault and sexual grooming. I can provide presentations and training to schools and colleges, community and parenting groups, criminal justice organizations, the military, and public and private sector companies.  Please contact me to see how I can meet your needs.




Expert witness

I am available to serve as an expert witness on the following topics:

  • Sexual Grooming

  • Sexual Abuse

  • Sexual Assault

  • Sexual Offending

  • Sex Offender Registries

  • Sex Offender Management

I can provide presentations tailored to meet your needs on the following topics:

  • Protecting your Children and Teens from Sexual Abuse

  • Preventing Sexual Abuse

  • Sexual Violence Prevention on College campuses

  • Consent/Affirmative Consent

  • Strengths Based Approaches to Sexual Management

  • Sex Offender Management

  • Sex Offender Legislation

I am available to provide training tailored to the needs of your group or organization on the following topics:

  • Sexual Violence Prevention

  • Sexual Harassment

  • Child Abuse Reporting

  • Sex Offender Management

  • Integration of Strengths Based Approaches


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