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Edward J. Bujdos, M.A.

Limited Licensed Psychologist

Edward J. Bujdos, Jr. received his BA in Psychology/English from Cleveland State University.   Earned a Master’s degree in Developmental Psychology from Central Michigan University, and post-graduate work in clinical and neuropsychology at Western Michigan University.  He is a limited-licensed psychologist in the State of Michigan.  He retired in 2008 after thirty years of correctional/forensic practice with the Michigan Department of Corrections, State Prison of Southern Michigan and the G. Robert Cotton Correctional Facility, Jackson, MI.  He has been in part-time private practice for the past 40 years. Ed has been identified as an expert witness for the juvenile courts and adult criminal courts and a consultant with juvenile detention and juvenile residential placement facilities.  He has been a guest speaker in public and university settings on a variety of topics including criminal profiling, typologies of juvenile and adult sexual offenders, violence assessment, human and sex trafficking and identification of deception during criminal interviews and interrogation.  Ed's specialty area is treatment of adult/adolescent mood disorders, addictions, stress management, PTSD, couple counseling and assessment of complex learning disorders warranting special education accommodations.  Additional experience includes 30 years of academic appointments, the last 25 years at Albion College.  He travels yearly to Philadelphia for Vidocq Society luncheons, where law enforcement agencies give presentations on open cold cases for analysis toward prosecution.  Over the years, Ed has supervised 55 Albion College psychology students with internships through the Michigan Department of Corrections, Ypsilanti Forensic Center, local law enforcement agencies, domestic violence shelters, county jails, criminal court proceedings and juvenile residential and detention facilities. These students upon completion of their undergraduate programs were admitted to graduate clinical/forensic programs.