Phone: 954-766-8826   |   Fax: 954-764-3486

Dr. Brannon: Curriculum Vitae

Michael P. Brannon, Psy.D.

Licensed Psychologist, PY4928

11760 W. Sample Road, Suite 103

Coral Springs, Florida 33065

Telephone: (954) 766-8826

Fax: (954) 764-3486

e-mail: mpbrannon@forensic-experts.net

website: www.forensic-experts.net

EDUCATION

  • 1980-1988 Doctorate of Psychology (Psy.D.), Nova University, Clinical Psychology
  • 1987-1988 Doctoral Internship, Clinical Psychology, Northwest Dade Community Mental Health Center
  • 1978-1980 Master of Science (M.S.), Nova University, Counseling Psychology
  • 1974-1978 Bachelor of Science (B.S.), Nova University, Psychology

AREAS OF FORENSIC EXPERTISE

  • Criminal Forensic Psychology Child and Family Issues
  • Competency Evaluations Sanity Evaluations
  • Sex Offender Evaluations (Adult and Juvenile) False Confession Evaluations
  • Penalty Phase/Sentencing Evaluations Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
  • Assessment of Malingering and Deception Substance Abuse Evaluations
  • Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder Violence Risk Assessment
  • Mitigation Evaluations (incl. death penalty cases) Forensic Consultation
  • Forensic Juvenile Assessments Child Witness/Victim Interviews
  • Fitness for Duty Evaluations Police Pre-Employment Screenings
  • Personal Injury/Damages Evaluations Dependency Evaluations
  • Guardianship Evaluations Immigration Evaluations
  • Eyewitness Identification

* Qualified as an expert witness thousands of times in Federal Court and the State of Florida, both County and Circuit Courts, in all of these areas of specialization

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

1999-present Co-Director, Institute for Behavioral Sciences and the Law – Fort

Lauderdale, FL

Director of Forensic Services Division - Forensic private practice with a focus on conducting state of the art forensic assessments in criminal, civil, and family law cases. Areas of specialty include cases involving substance abuse, sexual offenders, risk assessment, family problems, police specialty evaluations, violence and aggression issues, death penalty and other mitigation, and personal injury.

1994-present President, Michael P. Brannon, Psy.D., P.A. , Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Private and court-appointed evaluations of defendants charged with various crimes; these evaluations include (but are not limited to) forensic assessment on issues related to death penalty mitigation, police specialty evaluations, sexual offender risk, risk assessment in general, competency to proceed, competency to waive Miranda rights, substance abuse mitigation, and sanity. Also qualified as an expert thousands of times in forensic psychology for the prosecution and the defense as it relates to issues of sanity, competency, risk of danger to self and community, sex offenses, death penalty mitigation, workers compensation, and personal injury cases.

1997-1999 Executive Director, Comprehensive Forensic and Clinical Services, Plantation, Florida

Forensic and clinical private practice; forensic practice focused upon court-ordered evaluations, doctoral student supervision, and comprehensive intellectual and personality assessments; clinical practice focused upon sport psychology, sport injuries, law enforcement treatment, family, and couples therapy.

1997-1999 Psychological Consultant, Brown Schools Elaine Gordon Center, Pembroke Pines, Florida

Duties include the supervision of doctoral level students and Masters level staff conducting psychosexual, psychosocial, and psychological assessments with a variety of juvenile populations, including sex offenders, psychiatric patients, and foster care children. Also conducted risk assessments at Brown Schools with respect to completion of the program and safe release to the community.

1988-1997 Private Practitioner

Private clinical practice which involved providing treatment services to a diverse range of clinical populations. Areas of specialty included psychological evaluations, Independent Medical Examinations (psychological), parenting skills, marital therapy, child and adolescent disorders, and substance abuse disorders. Additional areas of expertise include Behavioral Medicine and Sport Psychology as they relate to chronic pain, physical injury, and impaired athletes.

1988-1997 Rehabilitation Psychologist, HealthSouth Sports Medicine, Inc.

Ongoing consultation was provided for physical therapists, orthopedic surgeons, and other physical rehabilitation personnel. In addition, direct service was provided to the patient population in regards to pain management techniques and stress reduction strategies.

1988-1990 Clinical Director, The Starting Place

Position involved management of eight clinical programs at two sites; responsibilities included supervision of all counseling activities, consultation on "difficult" cases, in-service presentations, psychological evaluations, training seminars for staff, grant writing, budget planning, and quality assurance.

1983-1985 Director of Residential Services, The Starting Place

Position involved the management of two adolescent residential units comprised of 60 clients and 28 staff members. Developed a multi-faceted, behavioral management program for adolescents in the various treatment facilities. Administrative duties included budget planning, developing/implementing marketing strategies, assisting the Executive Director in expansion projects.

1981-1983 Clinical Supervisor, The Starting Place

Position involved supervision of residential clinical team, progress assessment, facilitation of treatment plans; in addition, a caseload of 6-8 clients was maintained.

1979-1981 Residential Counselor, The Starting Place

Position entailed maintaining a caseload of 13-15 adolescents and their families; approaches included individual therapy, group therapy, family counseling, parent education, and crisis counseling.

1979 Broward County Probation and Restitution

Position involved conducting of group therapy sessions with 8-10 inmates on a bi-weekly basis; group focused on behavioral skills conducive to a smooth re-entry into society.

1977-1978 Behavioral Therapist, Nova's Living and Learning Center

Position involved conducting several weekly group sessions with 15 male adolescents; topics dealt with included assertiveness training, coping skills, socialization skills, drug education, and relaxation training; additional duties included the maintenance of a token economy point system.

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

1998-2003 Adjunct Professor, Nova Southeastern University (Doctorate Level)

Courses and subjects taught in the forensic specialty tract include Introduction to Forensic Psychology, Forensic Assessment, Forensic Practicum Supervision, Malingering and Deception, Criminal Responsibility, Juvenile Competency, and Personal Injury.

1988-1997 Adjunct Professor, Broward Community College/Nova College

Courses taught include Introductory Psychology, Child and Adolescent Development, Psychology of Adjustment, Sport Psychology, Behavior Modification, Learning Theories, and Human Sexuality.

PRACTICUMS

1985 Crisis Stabilization Unit

Comprehensive psychological test batteries including personality and intellectual testing were administered to individuals with severe mental health problems. Crisis management and supportive counseling were also conducted on site with juveniles and adults.

1984 North Miami Community Mental Health Center

Provided case management services for a population of chronic psychiatric patients on an outpatient basis; duties also included conducting initial screenings of patients, crisis counseling, and psychological testing.

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children (APSAC)

Florida Psychological Association (FPA)

Association for Treatment of Sexual Abusers (ATSA)

Psychology and the Law Society (Division 41, American Psychological Association)

PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS

2014 – present Advisory Board Member – Broward Crime Commission

2008 – 2010 Member of the Florida Bar Grievance Committee

1998 – 2000 Member of the Florida Bar Grievance Committee

PUBLICATIONS

Aaronson, Daniel R. & Brannon, Michael P. (Summer, 2014) Representing the Asperger Defendant. Florida Defender, Florida Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers Law Magazine

Brannon, Michael P. (February, 2005). Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder: Legal

Implications. Voice for the Defense, Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association Law

Magazine.

PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS

May, 2016 Mental Health Issues in Sex Crimes: Eyewitness Identification, False Confessions, Child Witnesses

Florida Prosecuting Attorneys Association

Orlando / Tampa, Florida

December, 2015 Interviewing Child Witnesses

Palm Beach Association of Criminal Defense Attorneys

West Palm Beach, Florida

May, 2015 Sex Crimes: Mental and Psychological Issues

Florida Prosecuting Attorneys Association

Orlando, Florida

Tampa, Florida

May, 2015 Interviewing and Deposing Child Witnesses

Palm Beach Public Defender Office

West Palm Beach, Florida

April, 2015 Competency to Proceed Evaluations

Palm Beach Association of Criminal Defense Attorneys

West Palm Beach, Florida

April, 2015 Defending Internet Sex Crimes

Federal Criminal Defense Lawyers

Asheville, North Carolina

November, 2014 Suggestibility of Child Witnesses

National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers

Las Vegas, Nevada

September, 2014 The Pinocchio Principle: Lies, Detection, and Deception in the Workplace

International Association of Employee Assistance Professionals in Education

Orlando, Florida

August, 2014 DSM-5: What Prosecutors Need to Know

Florida Prosecuting Attorneys Association

Naples, Florida

July, 2014 Sex, Lies, and Vignettes: Ethical Dilemmas in Forensic Psychology

Florida Psychological Association

Bonita Springs, Florida

May, 2014 Lying in the Workplace

Employee Assistance Program Association

Fort Lauderdale, Florida

May, 2014 DSM-5: What Lawyers Need to Know

Fort Pierce State Attorney’s Office

Fort Pierce, Florida

April, 2014 Malingering: Costs to Police, Courts, and Treatment Providers

Broward County Crime Commission

Deerfield Beach, Florida

February, 2014 DSM – 5: What Lawyers Need to Know

Dade County State Attorney Office

Miami, Florida

November, 2013 Mental Illness and Violence: What’s the Connection?

Broward Crime Commission

Fort Lauderdale, Florida

August, 2013 DSM – 5: What Lawyers Need to Know

Broward County State Attorney Office

Fort Lauderdale, Florida

July, 2013 DSM – 5: What Lawyers Need to Know

Palm Beach Public Defender Office

West Palm Beach, Florida

July, 2013 The Pinocchio Effect: Lying in the Workplace

Broward Sheriff’s Office, Employee Assistance Program

July, 2013 Cross-Examination of Expert Witnesses

National Black Prosecutor Association

Orlando, Florida

May, 2013 Psychological Defenses: Self Defense, Battered Person Syndrome, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, and Intoxication as Legal Defenses

Florida Prosecuting Attorneys Association

Orlando, Florida

April, 2013 Understanding Sex Offenders

Pembroke Pines Police Department

Pembroke Pines, Florida

January, 2013 Psychological Issues Related to Victims of Abuse

17th Circuit State Attorney’s Office

Fort Lauderdale, Florida

November, 2012 Cross-examination of Expert Psychological Witnesses

15th Circuit State Attorney’s Office

West Palm Beach, Florida

October, 2012 Defending the Sex Offender: The Role of the Forensic Psychologist

National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (NACDL)

New Orleans, Louisiana

October, 2012 Mental Retardation and Other Developmental Disabilities

Office of Regional Conflict Counsel

Fort Lauderdale, Florida

June, 2012 Interviewing Child Witness

19th Circuit Public Defender’s Office

Fort Pierce, Florida

February, 2012 Defending the Internet Sex Offender

National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (NACDL)

For Lauderdale, Florida

January, 2012 Competency to Proceed and Malingering Incompetency

17th Circuit State Attorney’s Office

Fort Lauderdale, Florida

May, 2011 Competency to Waive Miranda and False Confessions

Workshop to Private Attorneys, Assistant State Attorneys, and Assistant Public Defenders

Coconut Creek, Florida

August, 2010 Sexual Offender Risk Assessments and Safety Plans (as part of Evaluation and Treatment of Sexual Offenders) Institute for Behavioral Sciences and the Law

Davie, Florida

January, 2008 Personal Injury Evaluations - Proper Use of Psychological Testimony

Broward County Personal Injury Workshop

Fort Lauderdale, FL

July, 2007 Cross-Examination of Psychologists/Malingering Mental Illness

17th Circuit State Attorney’s Office

Fort Lauderdale, FL

October, 2005 Mental Health Issues in High Profile Criminal Litigation

Broward County Bench/Bar Conference

Fort Lauderdale, FL

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

April, 2005 High Profile Cases: The Real Story

Arkansas Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers

Tunica, Mississippi

February, 2005 The Difficult Client: Psychological Perspectives

Utah Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers

Salt Lake City, Utah

February, 2005 The Psychology of Terrorism & Other Related Crimes

Arkansas Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers

Lake Hamilton, Arkansas

June, 2004 Juvenile Competencies to Stand Trial and Miranda Waivers

Broward County Public Defender’s Office, Juvenile Unit

Fort Lauderdale, FL

January, 2004 The Psychology of Stalking

Michael P. Brannon, Psy.D., & Sherrie Bourg Carter, Psy.D.

2004 Annual Educational Program of the Conference of County Court Judges of Florida

Amelia Island, FL

October, 2003 Psychological Issues in the Courtroom

Michael P. Brannon, Psy.D., & Sherrie Bourg Carter, Psy.D.

Broward County State Attorney’s Office, Felony Trial Unit

Fort Lauderdale, FL

July, 2003 Is He/She Competent? The Judge’s Role

Michael P. Brannon, Psy.D., & Sherrie Bourg Carter, Psy.D.

2003 Florida Conference of County Court Judges

Fort Myers, FL

June, 2003 Mental Health Issues and the Law

Michael P. Brannon, Psy.D. & Sherrie Bourg Carter, Psy.D.

2003 Annual Business Meeting of Florida Circuit Judges

Orlando, FL

April, 2001 Competency to Stand Trial and Competency to Waive Miranda Rights for Juveniles

Michael P. Brannon, Psy.D., & Sherrie Bourg Carter, Psy.D.

Broward County Public Defender Office - Juvenile Division

Fort Lauderdale, FL

January, 2001 Understanding Psychological Issues in Forensic Psychological Evaluations

Michael P. Brannon, Psy.D., Sherrie Bourg Carter, Psy.D., & Elissa Miller

Broward County State Attorney’s Office

Fort Lauderdale, FL

August, 2000 Cross-Examination of Substance Abuse and Downward Departure Defenses

Michael P. Brannon, Psy.D., & Sherrie Bourg-Carter, Psy.D.

Broward County State Attorney’s Office

Fort Lauderdale, Florida

May, 1998 Challenging Psychiatric & Psychological Testimony in the Courtroom

Michael P. Brannon, Psy.D., Sherrie Bourg Carter, Psy.D., & Jerome H.

Poliacoff, Ph.D.

Wyndham Hotel, Miami, FL

March, 1998 Psychology in the Courtroom

Michael P. Brannon, Psy.D., & Sherrie Bourg Carter, Psy.D.

Workshop to Private Attorneys

Fort Lauderdale, FL

February, 1997 Malingering and Deception in Worker’s Compensation Cases

Workers Compensation State Conference

Orlando, FL

April, 1997 Psychological Issues in Personal Injury Cases

South Florida Insurance Claims Adjusters Conference

Miami, FL

PSYCHOLOGICAL WORKSHOPS ATTENDED

April, 2016 Assessment of Internet Offenders

Florida Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers

Orlando, Florida

April, 2016 Designer Drugs: Big Bang Addiction, Mental Illness, and Death

Broward Crime Commission

Fort Lauderdale, Florida

March, 2016 Testifying and Consulting as an Expert in Eyewitness Identification Cases

American Psychology-Law Society

Atlanta, Georgia

March, 2016 Statistical/Methodological Developments in Eyewitness Identification

American Psychology-Law Society

Atlanta, Georgia

March, 2016 Child Witnesses

American Psychology-Law Society

Atlanta, Georgia

March, 2016 Eyewitness Memory Parts 1 and 2

American Psychology-Law Society

Atlanta, Georgia

March, 2016 Estimator Variables in Eyewitness Identification

American Psychology-Law Society

Atlanta, Georgia

March, 2016 Eyewitness Confidence Decision-making

American Psychology-Law Society

Atlanta, Georgia

March, 2016 Show-ups

American Psychology-Law Society

Atlanta, Georgia

March, 2016 Factors in Evaluation of Witness Identification Testimony

American Psychology-Law Society

Atlanta, Georgia

February, 2016 Ethics and Law: Rules and Risks in Child and Family Therapy

Florida Psychological Association

Fort Lauderdale, Florida

February, 2016 Medical Errors

Florida Psychological Association

Fort Lauderdale, Florida

November, 2014 Schedule 1 Narcotics: Investigating the Mental State Behind Violent Crimes

Broward Crime Commission

Deerfield Beach, Florida

October, 2014 Criminal Forensic Psychology

Florida Psychological Association

West Palm Beach, Florida

October, 2014 Assessment of Children’s Behavioral, Social, and Clinical Functioning

Nova Southeastern University

Davie, Florida

September, 2014 The Many Faces of Expert Testimony: Challenges and Opportunities

New York State Psychological Association Forensic Division

New York, New York

May, 2014 Insanity Defense Evaluations

American Academy of Forensic Psychology

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

May, 2014 Ethical Issues in Forensic Psychology Practice

American Academy of Forensic Psychology

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

February, 2014 Medical Error Reduction Training for Behavioral Health Care Practitioners

Florida Psychological Association

Miami, Florida.

February, 2014 Professional Ethics and Florida Law and Rules

Florida Psychological Association

Miami, Florida

January, 2014 Conducting Competency to Proceed Evaluations in Immigration Cases

Miami, Florida

November, 2013 Challenges to Diagnostic Accuracy in Forensic Assessment

American Academy of Forensic Psychology

Fort Lauderdale, Florida

November, 2013 Forensic Neuropsychiatry of Traumatic Brain Injury

American Academy of Forensic Psychology

Fort Lauderdale, Florida

October, 2013 The DSM-5: New Disorders, New Categories, New Headaches

Nova Southeastern University

Davie, Florida

September, 2013 A Primer in Violence Risk Assessment

New York State Psychological Association Forensic Division

New York, New York

September, 2013 Risk Assessment 2013: An Update for Psychologists and Attorneys

New York State Psychological Association Forensic Division

New York, New York

June, 2013 Overview of the DSM - 5 – Bridging the Gap

Comprehensive Assessment Center

Miami Lakes, Florida

April, 2013 Fitness for Duty Evaluations for Police Officers

American Academy of Forensic Psychology

Chicago, Illinois

April, 2013 Pre-employment Screening of Police Applicants

American Academy of Forensic Psychology

Chicago, Illinois

February, 2013 Miranda Warnings and Waivers: Conceptual Framework and Professional Practice

American Academy of Forensic Psychology

New Orleans, Florida

February, 2013 Comprehensive Assessment of Feigning in Forensic Contexts

American Academy of Forensic Psychology

New Orleans, Florida.

December, 2012 Conducting Parental Capacity Evaluations in Child Protection Matters

American Academy of Forensic Psychology

Sarasota, Florida

October, 2012 Forensic Conference

New Guidance for Forensic Report Writing

Competency as a Forensic Psychologist

NYSPA Forensic Division Conference 2012

New York, New York

August, 2012 Knowledge and Practice with Juveniles Who Have Sexually Abused Tampa, Florida

August, 2012 APA Division 18 – Police and Public Safety Psychological Services Section Mini-Conference

Orlando, Florida

September, 2011 Conducting Guardianship Evaluations

University of South Florida

Boca Raton, Florida

September, 2011 Child Sexual Abuse: Evaluation Techniques

University of South Florida

Boca Raton, Florida

July, 2011 Assessment, Diagnosis, and Treatment of Sex and Pornography Addictions in the New Frontier

Elements Behavioral Health

Boca Raton, Florida

April, 2011 Litigating Graham II: Experts, Evaluations, and Evidence

University of South Florida

Orlando, Florida

November, 2010 Evaluating Criminal Responsibility

American Academy of Forensic Psychology

Miami, Florida

November, 2010 Managing Violence Risk

American Academy of Forensic Psychology

Miami, Florida

November, 2010 Advanced Topics in Criminal Forensic Evaluations

American Academy of Forensic Psychology

Miami, Florida

September, 2010 Forensic Competence

Introduction to the MMPI-2-RF with an Emphasis on Forensic and Child Custody Evaluations

Assessing Drug and Alcohol Issues in Custody Evaluations

NYSPA Forensic Division Conference 2010

New York, New York

August, 2010 Evaluation and Treatment of Sexual Offenders

Institute for Behavioral Sciences and the Law

Davie, Florida

February, 2010 Advanced Topics in Child Custody Evaluations

American Academy of Forensic Psychology

New Orleans, Louisiana

February, 2010 Introduction to Child Custody and Parenting Evaluations

American Academy of Forensic Psychology

New Orleans, Louisiana

January, 2010 Parent Coordination Training

University of South Florida

Tampa, Florida

January, 2010 Bipolar Disorder and Other Major Mood Disorders in Youth and Adulthood

Cross Country Education

West Palm Beach, Florida

March, 2009 Introduction to the WAIS-IV

Florida Psychological Association

Miami, Florida

March, 2008 Adult Sex Offender Risk Assessment

Florida Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers

Tampa, FL.

March, 2008 MMPI-2-RF (Restructured Form): An Introduction for Forensic Psychologists

MMPI-2/MMPI-A Workshops and Symposia

Jacksonville, FL

April, 2007 Forensic Applications of the MMPI-2

MMPI-2/MMPI-A Workshops and Symposia

Fort Lauderdale, FL

January, 2006 Domestic Violence

South Florida Society for Trauma-Based Disorders

Fort Lauderdale, FL.

April, 2005 Effective and Responsible Use of Psychological Tests in Pre-Employment Selection and Fitness for Duty Evaluations

MMPI-2/MMPI-A Workshops and Symposia

Fort Lauderdale, FL

April, 2005 Issues in Risk Assessment of Sex Offenders in Community Treatment

Developmentally Delayed Sex Offenders

Domestic Violence Risk Assessment and Sexual Abuse

Florida Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers

Tampa, FL

February, 2005 Out of the Mouths of Babes: The Challenges Attorneys Face When Children Testify

Fort Lauderdale, FL

February, 2005 Young Offenders, Mental Disorders, and Immaturity: Challenges for Lawyers and Mental Health Professionals

Fort Lauderdale, FL

June, 2004 ABA-APA National Conference on Children and the Law

Washington, D.C.

May, 2004 Psychopathology of Homicide

American Academy of Forensic Psychology

Nashville, TN

May, 2004 Threat Assessment: An Approach to Prevent Targeted Violence, American Academy of Forensic Psychology

Nashville, Tennessee

March, 2004 Bipolar Disorder in Youth

Cross Country University

West Palm Beach, FL

March, 2004 An Introductory Workshop on the Personality Assessment Inventory (PAI)

Society for Personality Assessment

Miami, FL

March, 2004 Presenting the Rorschach: Forensic and Clinical Applications

Society for Personality Assessment

Miami, FL

March, 2004 Assessing Response Style in the Context of Forensic Evaluation

Society for Personality Assessment

Miami, FL

January, 2004 Expert Witnesses, The Adversary System & The Voices of Reason: An Advanced Workshop in Ethics and Law in Forensic Examinations and Testimony

University of South Florida

Tampa, FL

November, 2003 Medical Errors

Roger B. Szuch Seminars

Fort Lauderdale, FL

October, 2003 Auditory Processing Disorders: Identification, Assessment, and Interventions

Nova Southeastern University’s Center for Psychological Studies

Fort Lauderdale, FL

October, 2003 Introduction to the NEPSY: Applications and Implications

Nova Southeastern University’s Center for Psychological Studies

Fort Lauderdale, FL

October, 2003 Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder: A Critical Analysis of State-of-the-Art Assessment and Treatment

Nova Southeaster University’s Center for Psychological Studies

Fort Lauderdale, FL

October, 2003 Assessment for a New Generation: The Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children Fourth Edition (WISC-IV)

Nova Southeastern University’s Center for Psychological Studies

Fort Lauderdale, FL

July, 2003 Child Witnesses: Legal Dilemmas and Solutions

Institute for Behavioral Sciences and the Law

Fort Lauderdale, Tampa, and Tallahassee, FL.

April, 2003 Ethics, Law and Avoiding Liability in the Practice of Psychology, Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards

Fort Lauderdale, FL

February, 2003 Psychological Issues in Criminal Cases

American Academy of Forensic Psychology

Hartsdale, NY

February, 2003 Assessing Violent Juvenile Offenders

American Academy of Forensic Psychology

Hartsdale, NY

January, 2003 Perspectives on the Violent-Aggressive Child and Adolescent

University of Miami School of Medicine

Miami, FL

December, 2002 MMPI-2/MMPI-A Workshop

Kent State University

Tampa, FL

November, 2002 Profiling and Crime Analysis: Homicides, Sex Crimes, and Other Crimes of Violence

Nova Southeastern University’s Center for Psychological Studies

Fort Lauderdale, FL

September, 2002 ADHD in Children and Adolescents: Theory, Diagnosis, and Management

National Association for Continuing Education

Orlando, FL

May, 2002 Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder: The Latest Assessment and Treatment Strategies

New Century Seminars

Kansas City, MO

February, 2002 Preserving the Reliability of Children’s Testimony: Update on Cognitive and Social Considerations in Taking Statements from Children, University of South Florida

Tampa, FL

October, 2001 Assessing Criminal Competencies

University of South Florida

Tampa, FL

October, 2001 Forensic Evaluation and Juvenile Justice

University of South Florida

Tampa, FL

October, 2001 Assessing Youth Violence Risk

University of South Florida

Tampa, FL

October, 2001 Assessing and Managing Violence Risk

University of South Florida

Tampa, FL

May, 2001 Traumatic Brain Injury II

University of South Florida College of Nursing

Key West, FL

July, 2001 Practical Applications of the Proposed APA Ethics Code

Florida Psychological Association

Tallahassee, FL

July, 2001 Transforming Your Clinical Expertise into Workshops and Consultation

Florida Psychological Association

Tallahassee, FL

July, 2001 Advanced Interpretation of the MMPI-2 and MMPI-A

Florida Psychological Association

Tallahassee, FL

July, 2001 Rorschach Interpretation in Clinical and Forensic Practice

Florida Psychological Association

Tallahassee, FL

June, 2001 A Forensic Science Symposium: Emerging Technologies in Forensic Investigation

Nova Southeastern University’s Center for Psychological Studies

Fort Lauderdale, FL

March, 2001 36th Annual Workshops and Symposium on the MMPI-2 & MMPI-A, University of Minnesota

Safety Harbor, FL

February, 2001 ADHD and Oppositional Defiant Children

The Institute for Continuing Education

Fort Lauderdale, FL

September, 2000 Domestic Violence, Ethics, and HIV/AIDS Update

Women in Distress

Fort Lauderdale, FL

September, 2000 Risk Assessment of Sexual Offenders

American Academy of Forensic Psychology

Hartsdale, NY

September, 2000 Risk Assessment: Advanced Considerations

American Academy of Forensic Psychology

Hartsdale, NY

September, 2000 Advanced Forensic Psychology Practice: Issues and Applications, American Academy of Forensic Psychology

Hartsdale, NY

September, 2000 Forensic Case Analysis Using the MMPI-2 & Rorschach

American Academy of Forensic Psychology

Hartsdale, NY

September, 2000 Comprehensive Examination of Malingering in Forensic Settings, American Academy of Forensic Psychology

Hartsdale, NY

January, 2000 Psychological, Legal, and Ethical Concerns Working with Domestic Violence Families

Nova Southeastern University’s Center for Psychological Studies

Fort Lauderdale, FL

November, 1999 Annual Institute on Law, Psychiatry, and Psychology

University of Miami School of Law

Miami Beach, FL

October, 1999 ABA/APA Conference: Psychological Expertise and Criminal Justice, American Psychological Association

Washington, DC

September, 1999 Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers 18th Annual Research & Treatment Conference

New England Forensic Associates

Arlington, MA

September, 1999 Using and Testifying about Sex Offender Risk Assessments

New England Forensic Associates

Arlington, MA

September, 1999 Assessing Psychopathy: Clinical and Forensic Applications of the Hare Psychopathy Checklist-Revised (PCL-R)

Sinclair Seminars

Orlando, FL

January, 1999 Assessment of Violence Potential

Specialized Training Services

San Diego, CA

August, 1998 Assessing and Managing Violence Risk

University of South Florida

Grand Palms County Club, FL

June, 1998 The Violent Mind

Nova Southeastern University’s Center for Psychological Studies

Fort Lauderdale, FL

June, 1998 Sexual Offenders: Identification, Management, and Treatment

Florida Psychological Association

Tallahassee, FL

AUDIO/VIDEO CONFERENCES ATTENDED

July, 2005 Truth, Lies, and False Memories

presented by Dr. Sherrie Bourg Carter at the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers Spring Meeting and

Seminar, Nashville, TN.

LEGAL SEMINARS ATTENDED

August, 2016 Issues of Race in Jury Selection, Voir Dire, and Closing Argument

Palm Beach County Public Defender’s Office

West Palm Beach, Florida

February, 2016 Best Practices – Jury Selection: Law, Theory, and Method

A View from the Bench: Superstars Mock Trial

Coral Gables, Florida

April, 2015 Mental Health and the Law

Palm Beach Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers

March, 2015 From Frye to Daubert

Palm Beach Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers

West Palm Beach, Florida

October, 2013 Eyewitness Memory

Florida International University Psychology Department

Coconut Creek, Florida

May, 2013 Ethical Issues and Professional Responsibility: Investigation, Preparation, and Prosecution of Domestic Violence Cases

Florida Prosecuting Attorneys Association

Orlando, Florida

May, 2013 Stalking

Florida Prosecuting Attorneys Association

Orlando, Florida

May, 2013 Approach Point Cross Examination: Practical Aspects and Witness Control

Florida Prosecuting Attorneys Association

Orlando, Florida

February, 2012 Confronting the Mob Mentality II: Challenging Charges of Sexual Assault

National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers

Fort Lauderdale, Florida

July, 2003 Child Witnesses: Legal Dilemmas and Solutions

Tampa, Florida

TELEVISION APPEARANCES

  • Today Show (NBC)
  • In Session (Tru TV)
  • CNN News
  • Erin Burnett Out Front (CNN)
  • Headline News Network (HLN)
  • Hardball with Chris Matthews (MSNBC)
  • Wicked Attractions (Investigation Discovery Network)
  • Evil Twins (Investigation Discovery Network)
  • Killer Kids (Investigation Discovery Network)
  • Forensic Files
  • O’Reilly Factor (Fox News)
  • Snapped (Oxygen Network)
  • CBS Channel 4 WFOR (South Florida)
  • ABC Channel 10 WPLG (South Florida)
  • CBS Channel 12 WPEC (West Palm Beach)