Rachael Bell, MS, LPC
Rachael Bell is a licensed mental-health therapist with masters degrees in both clinical forensic and health psychology and worked as a serial killer expert at Time Warner/CourtTV’s Crime Library for more than a decade researching, reporting and writing more than 70 in-depth feature stories on major criminal cases, such as O.J. Simpson, the Green River Killer, Ted Bundy and John Wayne Gacy. She has also worked for more than fifteen years as a mental-health therapist in psychiatric hospitals and forensic institutes in Europe and the United States, specializing in adult, adolescent and teenage male and female sex offenders, as well as with patients with other psychiatric problems. Her vast experience in the realm of abnormal psychology and the legal system has provided her with unique insight into understanding criminal and deviant behaviors.
Ty Goldthwait worked for the last 6 years in the field of human services at a state-run behavioral health facility. He has a B.A in Psychology from the State University of New York at Oswego. His experience is varied, including working as a substitute counselor for a local NGO located near his university and as an ambulance driver.
Kinsey Keller, MS, LPC
Kinsey Keller has her Master’s in Counseling, focusing on psychology and childhood development. She worked at the Wyoming Medium Correctional Institution and later, in Nebraska, at an inpatient psychiatric unit for 7 years. Kinsey moved to South Carolina where she worked as a counselor in an inpatient addiction facility, specializing in family and Equine therapy. She currently works as a licensed counselor in her private practice in South Carolina and also conducts psychiatric evaluations at Georgia hospitals.