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1758 East 29 Street
Brooklyn NY 11229
USA
phone: 347-404-3334
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Litigation Support - Khaya N. Eisenberg, PsyD, NCSP provides expert witness services for cases involving Foster Care and Child Abuse. She has written several law review articles about foster care and out-of-home placement, including one about whether experiencing foster care should be considered a mitigating circumstance in criminal court. Dr. Eisenberg has also performed a number of child abuse evaluations and prepared reports of her findings for the Department of Child Protection and Permanency.

Dr. Eisenberg's services are available to counsel representing plaintiff and defendant and include medical record review, written reports, depositions, and trial testimony as needed
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Dr. Eisenberg earned her doctorate in School-Clinical Child Psychology from Pace University. She is a nationally certified School Psychologist. Dr. Eisenberg also completed postgraduate training in marital and family systems therapy at the Family Institute in Jerusalem and is fluent in Hebrew.

Dr. Eisenberg previously worked as a supervising psychologist in two residential healthcare settings. At these settings, she provided psychotherapy to both geriatric and rehabilitation patients, including intensive rehabilitation work with psychiatric inpatients who had suffered traumatic brain injury.

Dr. Eisenberg has held adjunct faculty positions at Pace University, University of North Texas Department of Foreign Studies, and University of Detroit Mercy. She has published a number of academic articles on foster care, cultural and gender issues, and other topics and participated in a research group developing spiritual care interventions.

Dr. Eisenberg currently provides psychotherapy and assessment to a broad population of children, adolescents, and adults. Her special interests include couples counseling, parent-child relationship problems, children and adolescents with various emotional and behavioral concerns, and adults experiencing life transitions. She has developed particular expertise with complex inpatient child and adolescent populations.

Memberships and Associations:
  • American Psychological Association (APA)
  • New Jersey Psychological Association (NJPA)
  • Essex and Union County Association of Psychologists (EUCAP)
  • Northeast Counties Association of Psychologists (NCAP)
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Wilderness therapy, aimed primarily at adolescents presenting with problem behaviors, includes a range of interventions that incorporate nature and the wilderness as prominent aspects of treatment. In theory, wilderness therapists seek to effect both behavioral and attitudinal changes. Through providing a context of challenging outdoor living and a group setting in an emotionally safe place, wilderness therapy aims to address problem behaviors and to facilitate an emerging sense of healing, well-being, and personal and social responsibility.1 Wilderness therapy's action-oriented approach is said to be particularly appropriate for adolescents and is intended to build self-esteem, internal locus of control, interpersonal skills, trust and team building, and a sense of group belonging.2

The sensationalism of many criminal trials, especially those of a capital nature, often result from the aggravating circumstances impacting the victim.2 Conversely, the mitigating circumstances that affect the accused's criminality rarely grab headlines.3 During the sentencing phase of a criminal trial, mitigating factors may justify leniency or otherwise serve to lessen the sentence for the crime with which the accused has been charged.4 Whether a particular factor will be considered a mitigating one will depend upon the particular facts of the case. The federal Sentencing Reform Act of 19845 provides guidance in this process,6 but each state maintains the discretion to dictate its own criteria within the confines of constitutional constructs.7 The United States Supreme Court has increasingly addressed the importance of clarity in the presentation and consideration of mitigating evidence, which is integral to the trial and sentencing of an accused.8

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Forensic Psychology
2706 Alternate 19 No.
Ste. 214
Palm Harbor FL 34685
USA
phone: 727-786-0600
fax: 727-787-8193
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Dr. Robert Evans, PhD, is a Licensed School Psychologist with over 30 years of experience in the behavioral sciences, including completing over 100 Child Custody Evaluations.

Dr. Evans serves as a consultant to the medical, legal, and law enforcement community in Florida on Psychological and Educational matters. He consulted with Orange County Public Defender with cases involving arrest and incarceration of children, including Competency Assessments and Insanity Determinations. He has also provided Critical Incident Stress Debriefings to victims of crime in the Central Florida area.

Litigation Support - Dr. Evans specializes in Parental Alienation cases which are commonly among those classified as High Conflict Divorce cases and he has written a book on Parental Alienation. He provides litigation support to counsel for both Plaintiff and Defense. His services include support with hearing / trial preparations, review of current evaluations, and support during and after the litigation process.

Dr. Evans has given sworn testimony as a Forensic Psychology expert witness in NY, IL, PA, GA, FL ID, CO, OH, TX, TN, LA, MA, MD, and OR.

Areas of Expertise:
  • Parental Alienation
  • Child Custody Evaluations
  • False Allegations of Abuse
  • Treatment Considerations for Alienated Children
  • Workplace Violence
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Glen D. Skoler, PhD
Clinical and Forensic Psychologist
111 Presidential Boulevard
Suite 237, East Lobby
Bala Cynwyd PA 19004
USA
phone: 240-605-2988
fax: 267-292-2649
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Glen D. Skoler, PhD is a Clinical and Forensic Psychologist with over 25 years of experience in court evaluations and testimony. Dr. Skoler is licensed to practice in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland, Virginia, and Washington D.C. He has been qualified as an expert witness in clinical and forensic psychology in several state courts and in Federal U.S. District, military, and immigration courts. Dr. Skoler's clinical psychology practice also provides psychotherapy and psychological testing in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.

Dr. Skoler's forensic psychology practice provides court evaluations, testing and expert witness testimony in criminal, civil, juvenile court, military, immigration, employment, and domestic relations cases. State and Federal court cases are accepted from around the nation, particularly in the tri-state area of Pennsylvania, New Jersey and New York, as well as the tri-state area of Washington DC, Maryland, and Virginia. His services are offered equally to defense, prosecuting, county, family law, and civil litigation attorneys.

Dr. Skoler's additional specialized areas of expertise include political and relationship-related threatening and stalking, false confessions, abuse allegations and interstate and international child abduction/retention cases. Dr. Skoler served as a contributing author and expert panel member for the ABA's Benchbook on Psychiatric and Psychological Evidence and Testimony. He has consulted with or presented to the Federal Judicial Center, the U.S. Secret Service, the U.S. Senate Chaplain, the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, the American Bar Association and CIA/NSA psychology staff. He has published or been cited in the Washington Post, NPR, The Philadelphia Inquirer, The Huffington Post, CBS 48 Hours and on NBC and Fox news affiliates.

Criminal Law & Civil Litigation:
  • Criminal Insanity
  • Mental Competency
  • Personal Injury & Emotional Harm
  • Risk Assessments
  • Sentencing Evaluations
  • Psychological, Neuropsychological & Substance Abuse Evaluations & Testing
  • Immigration Evaluations
  • Discrimination & Disability Evaluations
  • Court-Martials
  • Domestic Abuse & Stalking
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorders
Juvenile & Domestic Relations Evaluations
  • Custody
  • Parental Alienation
  • Parental Fitness
  • Child Retention/Abduction Evaluations
  • Juvenile Court Evaluations
  • Motions to Try Juveniles as Adults
  • Allegations of Child & Spousal Abuse
Attorney Consultations & Professional Ethics:
  • Critiques of Psychiatric & Psychological Testimony, Reports & Ethics
  • Forensic Evaluations & Testimony in Compliance with APA Code of Ethics & Forensic Guidelines
View Dr. Skoler's Consulting Profile.
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Samuel Romirowsky, PhD
Omega Professional Center
F-52 Omega Drive
Newark DE 19713
USA
phone: 302-737-7090
fax: 302-737-7430
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Samuel Romirowsky Psychologist Expert PhotoDr. Samuel Romirowsky, PhD is a Forensic Psychologist with over 30 years of clinical experience. He is currently licensed to practice in Newark, Delaware and Media, and Pennsylvania.

Dr. Romirowsky is a member of the American Board of Forensic Examiners, Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, American Psychological Association, Pennsylvania Psychological Association, Delaware Psychological Association, and the Council for the National Register of Health Service Providers in Psychology. He received his Ph.D. from Columbia University in 1978 and has been in private practice since that time.

Dr. Romirowsky provides expert witness testimony in civil and criminal litigations, industrial accident board litigations, social security administration hearings, child custody evaluations, and parent coordination mediations. He also offers psychological evaluation services for airmen with allegations of misuse of drugs or alcohol under Federal Aviation Administration guidelines. Dr. Romirowsky has served as an independent psychological evaluator and expert witness in hundreds of cases for both plaintiffs and defendants.

Civil Litigation Services:
  • Personal Injury & Workers Compensation
  • Independent Psychological Evaluations
  • Records Review
  • Expert Witness Testimony
  • Individual and Family Counseling
  • Evaluations for Fitness to Return to Duty, Carry Firearms, Manage Personal Affairs
  • Consultation with Attorneys on Case Strategy
  • Evaluations to Rule Out Malingering
  • Narrative Report by Request
Criminal Litigation:
  • Psychological Evaluations of Defendants and Victims
  • Competency and Pre-sentencing Evaluations
  • Analysis of Child Advocacy Center and Child Protective Services Interviews
  • Expert Witness Testimony
View Dr. Romirowsky's Consulting Profile.