Psychology and Psychiatry 

  • Capital sentencing
  • Competence, civil and criminal
         To stand trial
         To make decisions and waive rights
  • Correctional issues
  • Criminal responsibility
  • Emotional (psychological) injury
  • Fitness for duty
  • Independent medical evaluations
  • Involuntary treatment
  • Juvenile justice issues
  • Malpractice
  • Pre-employment screenings
  • Sanity at the time of the offense
  • Sentencing issues, including capital mitigation
  • Sex offender evaluations
        Including risk assessments for sexual violence
  • Suggestibility and coercion
  • Threat assessment (for schools, universities, businesses)
  • Violence risk assessment


  • Competence to stand trial
  • Decisional capacity in probate and health care
  • Disability status determinations
  • IME/Independent Neuropsychological Examinations 
  • Mental status at the time of the offense
  • Neuropsychological damages relevant to civil litigation
  • PTSD
  • Sentencing issues
  • Toxic exposure
  • Traumatic Brain Injury and Post Concussive Syndrome
  • Worker's compensation and social security determinations

Research and Consultation

Research reviews and expert consultation have been provided for topics such as:

  • Best practices in sex offender and violence risk assessments
  • Violence risk in capital sentencing
  • Role (and limits) of psychopathy assessment
  • Psychological assessment in juvenile justice contexts