Forensic Psychology

Forensic psychology applies psychological theory and practice for clients who are involved in the judicial system. Specifically, Forensic Psychology is practised within the Family Law, Criminal Law and Civil Law domains.

Forensic Psychology is the intersection of the Law and Psychology. Both disciplines have formulated theories and rules concerned with human behaviour.  Forensic Psychologists utilise their training, theoretical knowledge and practice to assist persons who are involved in the judicial system.

Forensic Psychology

Reports

Expert Witness reports

  • Historical Child Sexual Assault
  • Institutional Child Sexual Abuse, Physical Abuse and Neglect

Court Reports

  • Victims of Crime Assistance Tribunal
  • Family Violence Assessments
  • Pre-Sentence Reports
  • Family Court Reports

Treatment Progress Reports

  • TAC
  • Workcover
Reports

Expert Witness reports

  • Historical child sexual assault
  • Institutional Child Sexual Abuse, Physical Abuse and Neglect

Court Reports

  • Victims of Crime Assistance Tribunal
  • Family Violence Assessments
  • Pre-Sentence Reports
  • Family Court Reports

Treatment Progress Reports

  • TAC
  • Workcover
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