Amy Gasser is a licensed clinical social worker in the State of Wisconsin. She is currently the Clinical Coordinator for the Bureau of Community Forensic Services for the State of Wisconsin. In this position, she provides clinical consultation for the Supervised Release program, which oversees community integration for patients from Wisconsin’s Chapter 980 population. In addition, she is a clinical consultant for the Conditional Release program, which manages programs for individuals involved with the criminal justice system with behavioral health concerns. Amy was recently employed at Sand Ridge Secure Treatment Center in Wisconsin, where she provided direct treatment for patients who were identified as having high psychopathy. She was also involved in creating and implementing treatment procedures and curriculum that aligned with the Risk Needs Responsivity (RNR) model.