Dr. Peter Sheridan
Dr. Peter Sheridan received his Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from York University. He was awarded a SSHRC Doctoral Fellowship for his research on the impact of gender, sexual orientation, and relationship status on judgments about victims of sexual assault. Dr. Sheridan has published and presented in the areas of sexual and gender identity, antigay violence, sexual and relationship violence. He has provided clinical services for both the provincial and federal ministries of correction and, most recently, was the Chief Psychologist at Grand Valley Institution for Women, the largest federal women's prison in Canada. In addition to his role as psychologist in the Forensic Outpatient Clinic at St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton, he maintains a private practice in Toronto. Much of his work involves assessment for criminal and civil proceedings and treatment and consultation for offenders returned to the community on parole and probation.
Ms. Mary Lou Solow, RN
Marylou is a Registered Nurse currently working as a Case Manager in the Forensic Outpatient Program. Marylou has 32 years experience working in the Mental Health and Addiction field at St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton. Marylou graduated with Honours from Humber College in 2014 with a Certificate in Forensic Practice.
Seminar: "Community Matters: Managing Risk of Forensic Outpatients"