Brandi Reynolds, Psy.D., is a mental health treatment coordinator within the Psychology Services Branch of the Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP). She has worked with the BOP for over 10 years in various capacities as a licensed psychologist. Dr. Reynolds helped to develop, facilitate, and coordinate a residential mental health unit providing DBT for offenders whom are diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder, engage in self-directed violence and have traditionally had difficulty with adjustment to incarceration in the Bureau of Prisons. Dr. Reynolds oversees all the residential mental health programs for the BOP as well as provides placement and treatment recommendations for the seriously mentally ill offenders in federal custody. In this capacity she serves as a consultant for treatment program staff on program admission, treatment provision, and program evaluation. Dr. Reynolds has developed and provided trainings for clinicians, students, BOP custody and executive staff, state correctional facilities, and correctional conferences in the areas of DBT, Borderline Personality Disorder, suicide prevention, modified therapeutic communities, trauma-oriented treatment, correctional mental health program development, and alternatives to restrictive housing for mentally ill offenders.