Gregory J. Van Rybroek, PhD, JD, is the Director of the Mendota Mental Health Institute, a 350 bed state psychiatric hospital for forensic and civil patients, juveniles and also operates a large community support program (PACT). He received his PhD in Psychology and his JD from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He is Adjunct Assistant Professor in Psychology, Clinical Assistant Professor in Psychiatry and Lecturer in Law at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He also is a Clinical Professor in Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine at the Medical College of Milwaukee. He regularly teaches courses related to clinical issues and the law in the UW-Madison psychology department and law school, and has conducted many presentations in clinical-legal areas. His publications and presentations primarily are in the area of clinical topics that intersect with legal issues, treatment of violent juveniles, work satisfaction and well-being. He also carries out consultations and forensic assessments for civil and criminal cases.