Robert McIntyre, Ph.D.
2305 Canyon Blvd., #205
Boulder, CO 80302
Presently contracted with a community general hospital to conduct civil forensic psychology evaluations, and formerly contracted with a state psychiatric hospital to conduct criminal forensic psychology evaluations; Dr. Robert McIntyre is an expert on trial competency, criminal responsibility, criminal sentencing issues, and civil competence to make medical treatment decisions. In full-time independent practice, Dr. McIntyre regularly accepts direct appointments from various Courts; works as a retained consultant for attorneys; provides psychological evaluation services to child custody evaluation teams; provides treatment to community-placed substance abuse and mentally ill offenders; and has been qualified as an expert witness numerous times in state, federal, and military courts, and administrative law tribunals. Dr. McIntyre completed his Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from the University of Colorado's Boulder campus in 1992, completed Post-doctoral Forensic Psychology training from the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center in 1999-2000, and completed a Two-year Post-doctoral Certificate of Specialization in Clinical Neuropsychology from The Fielding Graduate University in 2006. Prior to receiving his Doctorate, Dr. McIntyre practiced for 12 years as a master's level mental health and addiction treatment clinician; having trained in a community mental health center, a county addiction treatment center, a university counseling center, and several community corrections agencies. A former board member of the Colorado Psychological Association and The Boulder Interdisciplinary Committee for Child Custody Matters, Dr. McIntyre has taught graduate students in forensic psychology and undergraduate general psychology students.
Criminal case consultation, Diagnostic Assessment, Court ordered evaluations, Outpatient Psychotherapy, Expert testimony
Areas of Expertise
Criminal Forensic Psychology, Civil Competencies, Psychological and Neuropsychological Injuries, Child Custody matters