I have been a licensed psychologist since 1972, helping people deal with problems related to anxiety, depression, sexual misconduct by professionals, sexual harassment, and other problems. My forensic practice involves evaluations for personal injury, involuntary civil commitment, guardianship, child custody, and other matters.
I am also a professor at the Wisconsin School of Professional Psychology, an Adjunct Clinical Professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, and an Associate Clinical Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine at the Medical College of Wisconsin. I have co-authored 10 books and authored or co-authored about 70 articles and chapters. I am the head of the Forensic Section of a peer-reviewed journal, Psychological Injury and Law.
Psychotherapy for individuals and couples
Personal injury evaluations
Involuntary civil commitment evaluations
Child custody evaluations
Other civil forensic evaluations
Areas of Expertise
I have provided psychotherapy to hundreds of individuals and couples who have problems with anxiety, depression, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, communication, and so forth.
I primarily offer Cognitive Therapy, but have an eclectic practice offering psychotherapy of the types most needed by my patients.
Forensic (court-related) services cover most areas of non-criminal psycho-legal problems. Most of my professional writing has been in various areas of forensic services, particularly psychological injuries and child custody.