Troy Rodgers Psy.D. LPCC
Dr. Rodgers is a police and criminal psychologist based in New Mexico. He has a master’s degree and a doctorate in clinical forensic psychology from the University of Denver. Dr. Rodgers has been the Agency Director for Public Safety Psychology Group LLC (PSPG) since 2004. At the present time, he works as a consultant/psychologist for over 130 local, state, and federal law enforcement, fire, and corrections agencies.
Dr. Rodgers is a highly sought-after trainer in the field of psychology and criminal justice. He is routinely utilized as an expert by multiple regional media outlets. He presently holds a teaching position for the counseling and criminal justice department at the University of Phoenix- Albuquerque Branch. He has previously been an adjunct instructor at the University of New Mexico and Central New Mexico Community College. Dr. Rodgers is also certified as a Professional Lecturer by the New Mexico Department of Public Safety Training Academy. He has also been awarded a Diplomate in Police Psychology from the Society of Police and Criminal Psychology
Dr. Rodgers regularly hosts Crisis Negotiations and Crisis Intervention Certification classes for law enforcement officers, fire and EMT personnel, civilian professionals, and corrections officers. He is a master instructor for the state of New Mexico in Crisis Intervention. He has been working in the mental health field for over 20 years with particular areas of expertise that include police psychology and law enforcement assessment, criminal treatment and evaluation, violence risk assessment and prevention, crisis intervention, school psychology, school and workplace violence prevention, behavioral profiling, peak performance training, and stalking.
Additionally, Dr. Rodgers has been a coach at a local Albuquerque high school since 2005 (in football and wrestling) and he took over as the varsity wrestling coach in 2016. He was a 12-time letterman at the Albuquerque Academy and he was named athlete of the year for the state of New Mexico in 1995. He had the opportunity to play college football and baseball in both California and Oregon (Division III level) and semi-pro baseball in Oregon and Colorado.