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Dr. Bourg Carter: Curriculum Vitae

WORK ADDRESS AND PHONE NUMBERS
11760 W. Sample Road, Suite 103
Coral Springs, FL 33065
email: sbcarter@forensic-experts.net

954-766-8826 (Office)
954-764-3486 (Fax)

PSYCHOLOGY LICENSES:

  • State of Florida – 1994
  • State of Texas – 2005-2009

FORMAL EDUCATION:

  • 1993-1994
    Postdoctoral Residency, Forensic Psychiatric and Psychological Associates of Florida, Fort Lauderdale, FL; Psychological Associates of Miami; and Interphase 911, Boca Raton, FL
  • 1993
    Doctor of Psychology (Psy.D.), Clinical Psychology
    Nova University, Fort Lauderdale, FL
  • 1992-1993
    Doctoral Internship, Department of Psychiatry, UNC-Chapel Hill; Federal Bureau of Prisons, Butner, NC
  • 1992
    Master of Science (M.S.), Clinical Psychology
    Nova University, Fort Lauderdale, FL
  • 1988 - 1986
    Master of Science (M.S.), Experimental Psychology
    Nova University, Fort Lauderdale, FL
  • 1986
    Bachelor of Science (B.S.), Psychology
    University of Southwestern Louisiana, Lafayette, LA

AREAS OF SPECIALIZED COURSEWORK:

  • Criminal Law (Shepard Broad School of Law)
    • Criminal Procedure
    • Constitutional Law I
  • Psychology and Law
    • Forensic Psychology and Family Law
      Nova University School of Psychology
    • Forensic Psychology and Criminal Law
      Nova University School of Psychology
    • Forensic Psychology Practicum
      Broward Sheriff's Office
  • Psychological Assessment (Nova University School of Psychology)
    • Advanced MMPI
    • Advanced Full Battery of Psychological Testing
    • Assessment of Malingering and Deception

FORENSIC AND CLINICAL EXPERIENCE:

  • May 2000 - present
    Co-Director of the Institute for Behavioral Sciences and the Law (IBSL)
    Forensic Private Practice, Fort Lauderdale, FL
    Duties:
    co-director and supervisor of a group private practice providing comprehensive forensic services related to psycholegal issues; IBSL also has a publishing division and a training division
  • Dec., 1994 - present
    Sherrie Bourg Carter, Psy.D., P.A.
    Private Practice, Fort Lauderdale, FL
    Duties:
    forensic psychological evaluations in Criminal, Family, and Civil cases; expert testimony; forensic consultation in Criminal, Civil, and Family cases
  • Aug., 1994 - Feb., 1996
    Child Custody Evaluator
    Broward Co. Courts Child Custody Evaluation Unit, Fort Lauderdale, FL
    Duties:
    child custody evaluations; expert testimony
  • Dec., 1993 - Aug., 1994
    Psychological Resident
    Interphase 911, Boca Raton, FL
    Duties:
    psychological assessment and treatment of police officers with alcohol and/or drug addictions or dual diagnoses
  • Sept., 1993 - Aug., 1994
    Psychological Resident
    Forensic Psychiatric and Psychological Associates of Florida, Fort
    Lauderdale, FL
    Duties:
    forensic psychological evaluations
  • Aug, 1993 - Dec, 1993
    Psychological Resident
    Psychological Associates of Miami, Miami, FL
    Duties: forensic and clinical psychological evaluations
  • Fall, 1992 - Fall, 1993
    Psychological Intern
    UNC-Chapel Hill School of Medicine and the Federal Correctional
    Institution (FCI), Butner, NC
    Rotations In:
    Child Trauma and Maltreatment Unit (UNC)
    Advanced Interviewing of Sexually Abused Children (UNC)
    Child Trauma Unit Outpatient Treatment (UNC)
    Child Evaluation and Diagnostic Team (UNC)
    Child Psychiatry Outpatient Treatment (UNC)
    Inpatient Psychological Assessment (UNC)
    Forensic Evaluation Team (FCI)
  • Oct., 1990 - Aug., 1992
    Crisis Counselor/Social Worker I/Volunteer Coordinator
    Sexual Assault Treatment Division, Fort Lauderdale, FL and rape interviews; assistance with medical examinations; expert testimony; referral; on-call for emergencies; development and coordination of Volunteer Unit; screening, training, and supervision
  • June, 1990 - June, 1992
    Forensic Psychology Intern
    Broward Sheriff's Office, Behavioral Sciences Unit, Fort Lauderdale, FL
    Duties:
    therapy with police officers/families; domestic violence training
  • Jan., 1990 - Oct., 1991
    Crisis Intervention Assistant Coordinator
    Nova After Hours Crisis Intervention Program, Fort Lauderdale, FL
    Duties:
    on-call as supervisor for crisis counselors and other agencies utilizing after hour services; report preparation; interviewing new counselors for hire; training counselors; coordinating coverage of shifts
  • Nov., 1989 - Oct., 1991
    Crisis Intervention Counselor
    Nova After Hours Crisis Intervention Program, Fort Lauderdale, FL
    Duties:
    evaluation of psychotic, homicidal, and suicidal juveniles
  • Jan., 1990 - Jan., 1991
    Domestic Violence Therapist
    North Broward Detention Center, Pompano Beach, FL
    Duties:
    counseling of female inmates who were abused/battered

OTHER PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • August, 2003 - Present
    Reviewer/Expert Witness for the Department of Health, State of Florida

    Duties:
    Examining records, reports, and related investigative materials provided by the Department; interviewing witnesses as directed by the Department; preparing written reports offering opinions on professional practice issues related to complaints received by the Department; providing expert testimony at the request of the Department.

AREAS OF FORENSIC EXPERIENCE & EXPERTISE:

  • Criminal and Family Forensic Psychology
  • Penalty Phase/Sentencing Evaluations
  • Assessment of Malingering and Deception
  • Sexual Assault (Adult and Child
  • Child Custody Evaluations
  • Forensic Child and Adolescent Assessments
  • Competency/Sanity Evaluations
  • Posttraumatic Stress
  • Domestic Violence/Victimization
  • Child Sexual Abuse
  • Forensic Consultation
  • Child Witness Evaluations

* Testified as an expert witness in Federal Court, North Carolina, New Mexico, and Florida County and Circuit Courts

TEACHING EXPERIENCE:

  • 2004 - 2005
    Adjunct Professor, Shepard Broad Law School, Nova Southeastern University, Fort Lauderdale, FL
    Courses: Family Law Clinic: Class on Child Witnesses; Class on Expert Witnesses
  • 2001 - 2003
    Approved Forensic Practicum Site
    School of Psychology, Nova Southeastern University, Fort Lauderdale, FL
  • 1996 - 2002
    Adjunct Graduate Professor, School of Psychology, Nova Southeastern University, Fort Lauderdale, FL
    Courses: Forensic Psychology and Criminal Law; Introduction to Forensic Psychology; Forensic Psychological Assessment; Child and Adolescent Psychopathology and Treatment; Intellectual Assessment
  • 1992 - 1998
    Adjunct Undergraduate Professor, Department of Behavioral Sciences, Nova Southeastern College, Fort Lauderdale, FL
    Courses: Community Psychology; Introductory Psychology; Human Sexuality

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS:

  • 1990 - Present
    American Psychological Association, Division 41, Psychology-Law Society
  • 2003 - Present
    Broward County Bar Association, Associate Member
  • 2005 - Present
    National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, Associate Member
  • 2005 - Present
    National District Attorney’s Association, Associate Member

PUBLICATIONS:

BOOKS:

Bourg Carter, S. (Oct., 2009). Justice for All: The Challenges of Mental Illness in the Legal System. National Institute for Trial Advocacy.

Bourg Carter, S. (Aug., 2009). Children in the Courtroom: Challenges for Lawyers and Judges (2nd Ed.). Louisville, CO: National Institute for Trial Advocacy

Bourg Carter, S. (July, 2005). Children in the Courtroom: Challenges for Lawyers and Judges. South Bend, IN: National Institute for Trial Advocacy (NITA).

Bourg Carter, S. (2004). Anatomically Detailed Drawings for Use in Sexual AbuseInvestigations. Fort Lauderdale: Institute for Behavioral Sciences and the Law.

Bourg Carter, S. (2002). Working with Child Witnesses: A Handbook for Law Enforcement Officers and Child Protection Workers. Fort Lauderdale: Institute for BehavioraL Sciences and the Law.

BOOK CHAPTERS:

Bourg Carter, S. (June, 2005). Professional Burnout: An Occupational Hazard for Lawyers (34:7). In John Wesley Hall, Jr.’s, Professional Responsibility in Criminal Defense
Practice
, 3rd Ed. Egan, MN: Thomson/West.

ARTICLES:

Bourg Carter, S. (Fall, 2008). Representing Mentally and Emotionally Disturbed Clients
in Family Law Practice. American Journal of Family Law, 22(3), 128-133.

Bourg Carter, S. (Fall, 2006). When the Enemy Lies Within: Risk for Professional Burnout
Among Family Law Attorneys. American Journal of Family Law, 20 (3), 160-167.

Bourg Carter, S. (Summer, 2005). Challenges of Child Witnesses in Family Law Proceedings. American Journal of Family Law, 19, 165-170.

Bourg Carter, S. (Spring, 2005). One Year Post-Crawford v. Washington: What This Year Has Meant for Hearsay Challenges and Judicial Determinations in Child Abuse Litigation Florida Defender,16 (1), 15-19.

Bourg Carter, S. (Winter, 2004). Child Witnesses: Are They Competent to Testify? Florida Defender,16 (4), 13-16, 29 .

Bourg Carter, S., & Lyons, B. (September/October, 2004) Child Abuse, Elderly Abuse, and Domestic Violence Litigation, The Champion, 21-25.

Bourg Carter, S. (November, 2002). Assessing the Veracity of Domestic Violence Allegations in Parenting Disputes. The Florida Bar Journal, LXXVI (10), 70-73.

Bourg Carter, S. (July 8, 2001). Child Custody Disputes: Another Forum for Abuse in Domestic Violence Cases? Parts II. FAMSEG Forum, Edition 2001-14, 25-29.

Bourg Carter, S. (July 8, 2001). Child Custody Disputes: Another Forum for Abuse in Domestic Violence Cases? Part I. FAMSEG Forum, Edition 2001-13, 20-23.

Bourg Carter, S. & Sanders, D. (June, 2001). Anatomy of a child custody evaluation. The Florida Bar Journal, LXXV (6), 89-94.

Bourg, S., Connor, E.J., & Landis, E.L. (1995). The impact of expertise and sufficient information on psychologists' ability to detect malingering. Behavioral Sciences and the Law, 13, 218.1-11.

Bourg, S., & Stock, H.V. (1994). A review of domestic violence arrest statistics in a police department with a pro-arrest policy: Are pro-arrest policies enough? Journal of Family Violence, 9, 177-189.

Everson, M.D., Boat, B.W., Bourg, S., & Robertson, K.R. (1996). Beliefs among professionals about rates of false allegations of child sexual abuse. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 11n4.

OTHER PUBLICATIONS:

Bourg Carter, S. (2002). The “Do You Know” Book. Fort Lauderdale: Institute for Behavioral Sciences and the Law.

Bourg Carter, S. (1992, revised 2002). The Child Sexual Abuse Interview. Fort Lauderdale: Institute for Behavioral Sciences and the Law.

Bourg Carter, S., & Brannon, M.P. (Eds. - Quarterly Publication). The Bottom Line (Available from IBSL, 750 SE 3rd Avenue, Suite 204, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316).

Bourg, S., & Palmer, L. (1992, July). Volunteer information and training manual. (Broward Sexual Assault Treatment Division, Fort Lauderdale, FL).

Bourg, S. (1991, July). Crisis and intake unit: Training and information manual. (Broward Sexual Assault Treatment Division, Fort Lauderdale, FL).

Bourg, S. (1989, October). It hurts me too, mom: How domestic violence affects children. (Nova University Mental Health Center, Davie, FL).

Bourg, S. (1989, October). It hurts me too, dad: How domestic violence affects children. (Nova University Mental Heath Center, Davie, FL).

PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS:

Bourg Carter, S. (July, 2007). Advanced Cross-Examination of Expert Witnesses. Broward County State Attorney’s Office, Fort Lauderdale, FL

Bell, James A.H., & Bourg Carter, S. (February, 2006). Avoiding Unethical Career Paths:
Burnout, Dependency, and Anger. National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
2006 Midwinter Conference, Charleston, S.C.

Bourg Carter, S. (December, 2005). Developing a Critical Eye: Learning to Analyze Child
Witness Interviews. Missouri State Public Defender Winter Workshop, Lake of the
Ozarks, MO.

Bourg Carter, S. (December, 2005). Child Development Essentials. Missouri State Public
Defender Winter Workshop, Lake of the Ozarks, MO.

Bourg Carter, S. (December, 2005). Legal Challenges to Child Statements. Missouri State Public Defender Winter Workshop, Lake of the Ozarks, MO.

Bourg Carter, S. (December, 2005). Questioning the Questioners. Missouri State Public
Defender Winter Workshop, Lake of the Ozarks, MO.

Bourg Carter, S. (December, 2005). The Impact of Mental Health in Dependency Cases.
Justice in Dependency Actions, Inc., Fort Lauderdale, FL.

Bourg Carter, S. (August, 2005). The Truth, the Whole Truth, and Nothing But the Truth?
Analysis and Assessment of Statement Reliability. Conference for Lawyers and
Psychologists, Fort Lauderdale, FL.

Bourg Carter, S. (April, 2005). Judging the Credibility of Witnesses. Texas Center for the
Judiciary, Family Violence Conference, Galveston, TX.

Bourg Carter, S. (February, 2005). Out of the Mouths of Babes: The Challenges Attorneys Face When Children Testify. Professional Education Systems Institute: Florida Criminal
Litigation Update, Fort Lauderdale, FL.

Bourg Carter, S. (January, 2005). Psychological Autopsies in Equivocal Death Cases.
National CLE Conference, Criminal Law Seminar, Aspen, Colorado.

Bourg Carter, S. (January, 2005). Child Witnesses: Implications of Crawford v. Washington.
National CLE Conference, Criminal Law Seminar, Aspen, Colorado.

Bourg Carter, S. (December, 2004). Child Witnesses: Applying Crawford and Confronting
Problems with Testimony. Florida Public Defenders Association Trial with Style XIX
Conference, Key West, FL.

Bourg Carter, S. (October, 2004). Child Witnesses: Issues Surrounding Crawford v.
Washington. Missouri Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, MACDL 2004 Fall
Conference, Kansas City, MO.

Bourg Carter, S. (October, 2004). Child Witnesses: Truth, Lies, and False Memories.
Tennessee Public Defender’s Association, Statewide Public Defender’s Conference, Gatlingburg, TN.

Bourg Carter, S. (June, 2004). Child Witnesses: Legal Dilemmas & Solutions. Summer CLE
Seminar, Office of the Public Defender, 9th Circuit, Orlando, FL.

Bourg Carter, S. (April, 2004). Truth, Lies, and False Memories. National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers Spring Meeting and Seminar, Nashville, TN.

Bourg Carter, S., & Brannon, M.P. (January, 2004). The Psychology of Stalking. 2004 Annual
Education Program of the Conference of County Court Judges of Florida, Amelia Island, Florida.

Bourg Carter, S. (January, 2004). Child Witnesses: Are They Competent? 2004 National CLE
Conference – Family Law Workshops, Aspen, Colorado.

Bourg Carter, S. (January, 2004). Child Witnesses: Truth, Lies, and False Memories. 2004
National CLE Conference, Criminal Law Workshops, Aspen, Colorado.

Bourg Carter, S., & Brannon, M.P. (October, 2003). Psychological Issues in the Courtroom.
Fort Lauderdale, FL. Broward County State Attorney’s Office, Felony Trial Unit, Fort Lauderdale, FL

Bourg Carter, S. (July, 2003). Child Witnesses: Legal Dilemmas and Solutions. Tampa, FL. Also presented in Fort Lauderdale (March, 2003) and Tallahassee (July, 2003).

Bourg Carter, S. & Brannon, M.P. (June, 2003). Mental Health Issues and the Law. 2003 Annual Business Program of the Florida Conference of Circuit Judges. Orlando, FL.

Bourg Carter, S., & Brannon, M.P. (February, 2003). Assessment of Juvenile Competency to Stand Trial. Broward County Public Defender’s Office, Juvenile Division. Fort Lauderdale, FL.

Bourg Carter, S. (August, 2002). Questioning Child Witnesses. Miami-Dade County Public Defender’s Office, Juvenile Division. Miami, FL.

Bourg Carter, S. & Brannon, M.P. (July, 2002). Is He/She Competent to Stand Trial: The Judge’s Role. 2002 Annual Business and Mid-Year Education Meeting of the Conference of County Court Judges of Florida. Fort Myers, FL.

Bourg Carter, S. (April 2002). Juveniles’ Competency to Stand Trial. Broward County Public Defender’s Office. Fort Lauderdale, FL.

Bourg Carter, S. (December, 2001). Interviewing Child Witnesses in Sex Crimes Cases. Sexual
Crimes Investigations Conference. Metro-Dade Police Department. Sunny Isles, FL.

Bourg Carter, S. ( July, 2001). Forensic Interviewing of Child Victims/Witnesses. Eight Annual Florida Sex Crimes Investigators Association Training Conference. Tampa, FL.

Brannon, M.P. and Bourg Carter, S. (April, 2001). Juveniles’ Competency to Stand Trial and Competency to Waive Miranda. Broward County Public Defender’s Office. Fort Lauderdale, FL.

Bourg Carter, S. (April, 2001; February, 2002). Working with Child Witnesses. Broward County Public Defender’s Office. Fort Lauderdale, FL.

Bourg Carter, S., Brannon, M.P., and Miller, E.R. (January, 2001). Understanding Psychological Issues in Forensic Psychological Evaluations. Broward County State Attorney’s Office. Fort Lauderdale, FL.

Brannon, M.P. & Bourg Carter, S. (October, 2000). Forensic Issues in Downward Departure and Substance Dependence Evaluations. Broward County State Attorney’s Office, Fort Lauderdale, FL.

Bourg Carter, S. (March, 2000). Deposing Child Witnesses. Broward County Public Defender’s Office, Fort Lauderdale, FL.

Bourg Carter, S. (October, 1999). Domestic Violence in Family Law Cases. University of Miami Law School, Family Law Section, Miami, FL.

Bourg Carter, S. (July 13, 1999). Dynamics of Domestic Violence. Florida Coalition Against Domestic Violence Clearinghouse Meeting, Miami, FL.

Bourg Carter, S. (November, 1998). Investigation and Prosecution of Child Physical and Sexual Abuse. Miami Dade County Interagency Task Force on Child Abuse. Miami Police Department, Miami, FL.

Brannon, M.P., Bourg Carter, S., & Poliacoff, J.H. (May, 1998). Challenging Psychiatric and Psychological Testimony in the Courtroom: Working with Psychologists as Consultants. Wyndham Hotel, Miami, FL & Ramada Plaza Beach Resort, Fort Lauderdale, FL.

Bourg Carter, S. (April, 1998). Forensic Interviews with Child Victims/Witnesses. Broward County Third Annual Victim's Rights Conference. Sheraton Hotel, Fort Lauderdale, FL.

Bourg Carter, S., & Brannon, M.P. (1998, March). Forensic Psychology and Criminal Law Lecture Series: Psychology in the Courtroom - General Topics. Fort Lauderdale Marriott North, Fort Lauderdale, FL.

Bourg Carter, S., & Brannon, M.P. (1997, September). Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Malingering in Personal Injury Cases. Law Offices of James M. Clark, Miami, FL.

Psychological Tests in the Legal Arena. Law Offices of James M. Clark, Miami, FL.

Poliacoff, J., & Bourg Carter, S. (1997, July). Marital and Family Law Series: What Makes an Expert an Expert? Kendall, Miami, and Aventura - various law firms.

Bourg Carter, S. (1997, January). Proper and Improper Investigative Procedures and Interviewing Techniques in Child Sexual Abuse Cases. Broward County Public Defender's Office, Fort Lauderdale, FL.

Bourg Carter, S. (1996, November). Child Sexual Abuse Interviews: Proper Interviewing Techniques & Determining Credibility of Child Statements. Crawford Center.

Bourg Carter, S. (1996, November). Legal Perspectives and Child Custody Evaluations. Family Law Class, Barry University, Miami, FL.

Bourg Carter, S. (1996, Oct.). Is My Child Behaving Normally? Normal & Abnormal Behaviors
in Child Development. Family Time Child Enrichment Center, Coral Springs, FL.

Bourg Carter, S. (1996, September). Insanity Issues. Broward County State Attorney's Office Felony Trial Division, Fort Lauderdale, FL.

Bourg Carter, S. (1995, June). Handling Child Sexual Abuse Allegations in Child Custody Cases. Child Custody Evaluation Unit, Broward County Courts, Fort Lauderdale, FL.

Bourg, S. (1995, April). Interviewing Styles and Techniques in Child Sexual Abuse Cases. Second Annual Florida Sex Crimes Investigators Association Conference, Orlando, FL.

Berson, N., & Bourg, S. (1992, November). Treating the Young Sexually Abused Child. Johnston County Mental Health Center, Johnston County, NC

Bourg, S. (1992, September). Preparing Children for Genital Examinations. Department of Psychiatry, Child Inpatient Nursing Unit, Chapel Hill, NC

Bourg, S. (1992, July). Rape Response Training for Volunteers. Sexual Assault Treatment Division, Fort Lauderdale, FL

Bourg, S. (1992, March). Conducting Forensic Interviews with Sexually Abused Children.Sexual Assault Treatment Division, Fort Lauderdale, FL

Bourg, S. (1992, February). Recognizing Signs of Child Abuse and Adult Victimization. Concord Career Center, Lauderdale Lakes, FL

CONFERENCES AND SEMINARS ATTENDED (PAST TEN YEARS):

  • October, 2007
    Forensic Examiner’s Training, University of South Florida
  • April, 2007
    Forensic Applications of the MMPI-2, Part I, MMPI-2/MMPI-A Workshops and Symposia
  • January, 2006
    Domestic Violence, Jacki McCue, LCSW, South Florida Society for Trauma-Based Disorders
  • January, 2006
    A Legal Perspective on Ethics and Boundary Issues in Mental Health Practice, John Petrila, J.D., LL.M., South Florida Society for Trauma-Based Disorders
  • January, 2006
    Medical Errors: Pitfalls in Documenting Acute Psychological Disabilities, Dr. Lawrence S. Burnstein, South Florida Society for Trauma-Based Disorders
  • December, 2005
    Interrogations: Analysis and Assessment of Statement Reliability, Dr. Michael P. Brannon, Institute for Behavioral Sciences and the Law
  • June, 2005
    Roper v. Simmons: How Will This Case Change Practice in the Courtroom? American Bar Association Teleconference
  • February, 2005
    Young Offenders, Mental Disorders, and Immaturity: Challenges for Lawyers and Mental Health Professionals, Dr. Thomas Grisso, Institute for Behavioral Sciences and the Law
  • December, 2004
    Trial with Style, Florida Public Defender’s Association 2004 Key West Conference
  • April, 2004
    In Their Defense: Representing Clients Everyone Loves to Hate, National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers 2004 Spring Seminar
  • January, 2004
    National CLE Conference Law Education Institute
  • November, 2003
    Medical Errors, Larry Shyers, Ph.D., LMHC, Roger B. Szuch Seminars
  • August, 2003
    Assessing Psychopathy and Violence Risk in Adults, Adolescents and Children, Robert Hare, Ph.D., Specialized Training Services, Inc.
  • April, 2003
    Ethics, Law and Avoiding Liability in the Practice of Psychology, Randolph Reeves, J.D., Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards
  • January, 2003
    Perspectives on the Violent-Aggressive Child and Adolescent, University of Miami, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences & University of Miami School of Medicine
  • December, 2002
    Project Ecstasy Substance Abuse Training, Detective John Ligouri, Fort Lauderdale Police Department
  • November, 2002
    Advanced Topics in MMPI-2 Interpretation: Public Safety Evaluations Using the MMPI, Dr. James Butcher
  • November, 2002
    Profiling and Crime Analysis: Homicides, Sex Crimes, and Other Crimes of Violence, Gregg McCrary, M.S
  • February, 2002
    Preserving the Reliability of Children’s Testimony: An Update on Cognitive and Social Considerations in Taking Children’s Statements, Dr. Stephen Ceci, University of South Florida
  • October, 2001
    Advanced Topics in Child Custody Evaluations, Dr. Randy Otto & Dr. Kathryn Kuehnle, University of South Florida
  • March, 2001
    Florida Psychological Association 2001 Summer Convention: Rorschach Interpretation, MMPI-2 and MMPI-A, Practical Applications of APA Ethics
  • November, 2000
    Comprehensive Examination of Malingering in Forensic Settings, Dr. Richard Frederick, American Academy of Forensic Psychology
  • October, 2000
    Workplace Violence, Dr. Vincent Van Hasselt
  • September, 2000
    Mental Health Ethics/Legal Issues, HIV/AIDS Update, and Hate Crimes Seminar, Women In Distress of Broward County
  • September, 2000
    Advanced Forensic Psychology Practice: Issues and Applications:
    Violence Risk Assessment
    Parenting/Child Custody Evaluations
    Personal Injury Evaluations
    Employment Discrimination
    Americans with Disabilities Evaluations
    Juvenile Justice Evaluations
    Criminal Forensic Evaluations
    Sex Offender Risk Assessment
    American Academy of Forensic Psychology
  • March, 2000
    Contemporary Issues in Forensic Psychology: Child Custody Evaluations and Risk Management, Dr. David Martindale
  • March, 2000
    Contemporary Issues in Forensic Psychology: Forensic Case Analysis Using the MMPI-2 and Rorschach, Drs. Reid Meloy and Richard Lewak
  • January, 2000
    Psychological, Legal, and Ethical Concerns Working with Domestic Violence Cases, Dr. Lenore Walker
  • October, 1999
    Psychological Expertise and Criminal Justice: A Conference for Psychologists and Lawyers, APA/ABA
  • September, 1999
    Assessing Psychopathy: Clinical and Forensic Applications of the Hare Psychopathy Checklist, Dr. Robert D. Hare
  • January, 1999
    The Psychopathic Personality, Dr. J. Reid Meloy
  • January, 1999
    Violence Risk and Threat Assessment, Dr. J. Reid Meloy
  • January, 1999
    Expert Witness Testimony, Larry Cohen, Ph.D., J.D
  • December, 1998
    Florida Family Law, Elizabeth Baldwin, J.D., Kenneth Friedman, J.D., & Carmen Morales, J.D.
  • December, 1998
    Divorce Law for Mental Health Professionals, Hodgson, Russ, Woods, & Goodyear, LLP - Attorneys at Law
  • June, 1998
    The Violent Mind, Gregg McCrary, FBI Behavioral Sciences Unit
  • June, 1998
    Sexual Offenders: Identification, Management, and Treatment, Dr. Edward Sczechowicz
  • April, 1998
    1st Annual Psychological Assessment Conference: Workshops on Personality Disorders & the MCMI-III and Malingering on the MMPI-2
  • March, 1998
    16th International Conference on Personality Assessment: Clinical Workshops on the MMPI-2 and MMPI-A
  • February, 1998
    Domestic Violence and Clinical Interventions, Dr. Kathy Waltz
  • November, 1997
    Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale-III: Development, Administration, and Interpretation, Dr. Joseph Ryan
  • November, 1997
    Ethics and Legal Issues in Behavioral Healthcare, University of South Florida Louis de la Parte Florida Mental Health Institute
  • July, 1997
    What to Do When Adults with Mental Retardation Encounter the Criminal Justice System as Defendants, Florida Department of Children and Families
  • July, 1997
    What to Do When Adults with Mental Retardation Encounter the Criminal Justice System as Defendants, Florida Department of Children and Families
  • June, 1997
    5th Annual Conference on Mental Health and the Law, University of South Florida Department of Mental Health Law and Policy
  • June, 1997
    Law and Ethics: Improving Professional Practice Opportunities and Reducing Risk, Nova Southeastern University
  • February, 1997
    Clinical Assessment of Malingering and Deception, Dr. Philip Resnick
  • January, 1997
    Assessment of Juveniles' Competency to Proceed, University of South Florida Department of Mental Health Law and Policy