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FORENSIC VS. PSYCHOLOGICAL EVALUATION
WHAT MAKES A FORENSIC PSYCHOLOGIST
CUSTODY EVALUATION
CRIMINAL RESPONSIBILITY
COMPETENCY TO STAND TRIAL
PERSONAL INJURY EVALUATION
CRIMINAL SEXUAL CONDUCT
ABOUT US

Dr. Kitchen earned his doctorate in psychology in 1995. He immediately entered private practice and within five years built a solo practice into a thriving rural mental health facility with eight therapists working under him. During that time, he obtained further training in the specialty area of forensic psychology. In 2004, Dr. Kitchen decided to exclusively practice forensic psychology. He is a member of the American College of Forensic Psychology and is also a member of the American College of Forensic Examiners.
Paul Kitchen, PhD
Forensic Psychology Specialist
Mission Objectives

1. To provide the highest quality forensic psychological services to area attorneys.

2. To be the forensic psychology specialist of first choice for area attorneys

3. To demonstrate an exceptional understanding of the interface of psychology and law for the issue at hand.

Forensic Experience in the Following Areas
• Custody evaluations
• Competency to stand trial
• Personal injury evaluations
• Criminal sexual conduct
• Criminal responsibility
• Parenting evaluations