Jaime Vogt is a licensed professional counselor in the state of Oklahoma. She has conducted over 3,000 forensic interviews of children for frontline investigations. She has received her interview training from a variety of nationally recognized programs including:
- CornerHouse Child Sexual Abuse Evaluation Center,
- The American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children,
- The National Children's Advocacy Centers Academy,
- The American Prosecutors Research Institute, "Finding Words"
Prior to starting her private practice she began her work with children as a therapist with Family and Children's Services (F&CS) in the Family Sexual Abuse Treatment Program. She was also a presenter for F&CS in the nationally recognized program, "Helping Children Cope With Divorce" and provided Divorce Mediation services as well. She later became the Children's Services Director and Forensic Interviewer for the Child Abuse Network at the Children's Justice Center.
Ms. Vogt has worked as a trainer for mental health professionals and presents regularly in the community. She was the Mental Health Director for an Early Childhood Program. She appears regularly as an Expert Witness in Criminal, Juvenile and Civil proceedings regarding Forensic Interviewing and Child Abuse Issues. She has testified for both Prosecutors & Defense Attorneys in criminal proceedings in both district and federal courts. She trains Mental Health Professionals, and Attorneys in child interviewing and related topics.
Ms. Vogt has served on the board for the Oklahoma Association for Collaborative Professionals and is currently a member of the Quality Assurance Panel for the Tulsa County Courts.