Dr. Holly R. Coryell has worked in the field of sex offender treatment and evaluation for over 15 years. She is currently the Chief of Forensic Services at the Special Commitment Center (SCC) in Washington. She was formally the Chief of Resident Treatment at the SCC (from 2010 to 2016) and previously held positions in the program as lead psychologist and senior forensic evaluator. Dr. Coryell received her doctorate degree from Gallaudet University and consults to programs on issues related to the assessment and treatment of deaf individuals. Dr. Coryell has been a member of SOCCPN for 10 years and is the current Vice President of the SOCCPN Board of Directors. She has also held active membership in the Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers (ATSA) for 15 years and is serving her second term as the President of the Washington State Chapter of ATSA. Dr. Coryell’s professional interests include cultural change initiatives, allyship and bystander intervention as a strategy for prevention of various types of violence within institutions.