- Forensic Psychology involves the court features of Competency to Stand Trial,
Mental Status at Time of Offense (sanity or Insanity) plus evaluation and counseling, if needed.
- Diagnostic (Psychological) Testing
- Diagnostic testing is the use of Psychological Assessment Tools in locating
trouble areas to assist the client in self-understanding. These techniques are used
to examine Vocational Interest, Academic Achievement, Aptitude, Intelligence, Perceptual
Motor functioning, Work Readiness or preparation and Marital Stability.
- Consultation - Coaching
- Consultation and Coaching are used to help individuals reach a level
of self-satisfaction in the area(s) of their focus: work, education,
motivation, public speaking, publication and many other avenue's.
However, this function differs from psychotherapy in that it's focus is not
approached from a view of emotional disturbance but rather from a desire to
achieve more self-assurance in their life's direction.
- Dispute Resolution - Mediation
- Mediation, Alternative Dispute Resolution: The goal is one of
improving essential working relationships through the peaceful process of
resolving business, family, educational, legal and interpersonal disputes,
utilizing non-adversarial means.
- Psychotherapy is the process of applying one or more clinical techniques in
treating mental and emotional frustrations.
- Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM)
- CISM deals with crisis services in time of trauma. It is a
comprehensive, multi-component approach of reducing and preventing critical
- Suicide Prevention Training
- Approved QPR (Question, Persuade, Refer) method of Suicide
Prevention Training. This system deals with the recognition, questioning
techniques and referral actions to take as a prevention of Suicide. This
training is not Therapy but a very effective method of training the "non
professional" how to intervene and "save a life".