Hello, and welcome to my personal website.

I have a Master’s degree in Experimental Psychology with a specialization in Corrections and Criminal Justice. I’m dedicated to translating scientific research into effective corrections practice.

My professional research interests include the rehabilitation and reintegration of offenders, factors involved in crime desistance, and the use of solitary confinement as a form of offender management. I’m also interested in the application of social justice and the principle of compassion to criminally involved populations.

My personal curiosities also extend to questions concerning the unity and demarcation of science and religion, the application of Baha’i principles to social transformation, science communication, epistemology, and the relationship between thought and physical reality.

A father of two, I also love to walk, write, cook, observe, explore, educate, and mentor.

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