Specializing in forensic and clinical evaluations, consultation, and testimony.
Also known as Competence to Stand Trial, we examine the defendant's capacity to understand the proceedings and assist the defense attorney.
Also known as an Insanity Evaluation, we examine the defendant's mental state and capacities at the time of the alleged offense.
Also known as a Dangerousness Assessment, we examine empirically-based risk factors associated with future violence.
Also known as Diminished Capacity, we examine the defendant's capacity to form the intent required as an element of the offense.
An evaluation to determine whether the employee can safely and effectively perform essential job functions.
Evaluations focused on competency to confess, plead guilty, waive the right to counsel, be sentenced, and be executed.
Evaluations are used in cases for a U-Visa, Hardship, VAWA, or Citizenship Exam Waiver (N-648).
Evaluations focus on recommendations and diagnosis of depression, bipolar, psychosis, anxiety, trauma (PTSD), and personality.
Psychoeducational evaluations focus on factors and disorders (e.g., ADHD or learning disorder) impacting academic achievement.
Psychological evaluations that are required before you undergo a medical procedure (e.g., bariatric surgery or an organ transplant).
An evaluation focused on the detection of feigning or exaggeration of mental health symptoms for external gain.
At Expert Psychological Evaluations, we provide high-quality and thorough psychological services and believe in applying current research and techniques to the field of psychological evaluation for all our clients. Forensic evaluations, clinical evaluations, consultation, and testimony are our specialties. Our services meet the highest professional and ethical standards. A forensic and clinical psychologist is only as good as their expertise and integrity. We take this seriously and ensure our work reflects these characteristics. We guarantee:
Forensic evaluations and clinical evaluations are performed according to the most current guidelines in forensic and clinical psychology;
Reports are written in clear, detailed, and understandable language, based on thorough research and comprehensive evaluation; and
Careful and thoughtful attention is given to providing reports which are relevant and do not needlessly contain prejudicial information.
In order to provide the most credible, accurate, objective, and pragmatic report, information is provided which:
Directly answers the referral question with a forensic or clinical opinion,
Provides supporting evidence for the forensic or clinical opinion,
Describes contradictory evidence, if present, and
Provides an explanation for why the contradictory information is insufficient to overturn the forensic or clinical opinion.
Our approach serves as an opportunity to potentially answer questions and concerns the reader may have, offers transparency, functions as a thought experiment for the psychologist who must look at all pieces of information and challenge their own thinking, and preemptively cross-examine the evidence on both sides of the referral question.
For any general inquiries, please fill in the following contact form: