Dr. Jerri Curry has specialized in forensic psychology for twenty-six years. She has worked for several Superior Courts in child custody mediation cases, completed child custody evaluations and served as an expert witness and special master in highly litigious families. Currently Dr. Curry works for a County government mental health community clinic, working with the mentally ill population as a forensic mental health specialist. She monitors, guides and supports clients who have made poor choices such as drug abuse, violence toward others and are non-medication compliant. Through her work 85% of her clients are currently medication compliant, working on their GED, going to tutoring classes, working out at the local gym, have begun to build healthy relationships with their families and friends and feel like productive members of our society. She has also served as a Consultant for the United States Department of Justice with expertise in missing and exploited children cases. She was a co-author of the Child Safety Curriculum Standards for Public Schools in the nation through Pepperdine University.
As an author, Dr. Curry has written "I Believe in Angels" which reflected her climb in the Himalayas. She has also written nine children stories under the title of "A Storybook for Adults and Other Children". These stories are metaphors for children and families to live by including self-esteem, separation, relationship, control, fear, purpose and diversity issues.