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Forensic and Other Psychological Assessment Services

Forensic psychological

Forensic psychological evaluation is the result of applying psychology to litigation purposes, facilitating the Court by providing professional recommendations and analysis.

In order to provide expert opinions to the Court, the Clinical Psychologist will generally conduct a comprehensive psychological evaluation for the persons in question so as to compose a forensic psychological evaluation report at the request of the court, litigants or their family members. In these cases, the experts will get an in-depth understanding of the situation from the parties concerned, and will also carefully review all the information related to the case. At the same time, the Clinical Psychologist will also evaluate the psychological status of the litigants from various aspects, deeply understand their personality, motivation, and then provide a professional psychological evaluation report to the Court. If necessary, the Clinical Psychologist will also attend court hearings and act as expert witnesses as required by the court or the legal counsel of the litigant.

According to different situations, this can include:

  1. Criminal profiling and evaluation, such as commercial crime, shop theft, sneak photography, vulgarity, wounding, manslaughter or/murder

  2. Analysis and evaluation for Civil Disputes, such as traffic accidents, work-related injuries, accident injuries

  3. Family Court, child guardianship assessment, such as child abuse, divorce, guardianship and custody disputes

  4. Mental state assessment for the witnesses, such as children/elderly persons (assessment of authenticity or ability to recall key facts/situations)

  5. Assess the suspect’s psychological and mental condition and ability to stand trial

  6. Evaluate convicted offenders to assist the development of rehabilitation plan


Other Psychological Assessment Services


Adult psychological assessment services:

  1. Long-term insomnia

  2. Mood disorders (such as depression, anxiety, panic, or obsessive-compulsive behaviour)

  3. Eating disorder

  4. Addictive behaviours (such as substance use, shopping, surfing the Internet, tobacco and alcohol, or sex)

  5. Poor interpersonal/intimate relationship

  6. Work injury / post-traumatic stress

  7. Cognitive and behavioural changes (sudden memory loss, brain degeneration, memory loss)

  8. Chronic Pain

  9. Difficulty concentrating on work or study

Psychological assessment and testing services for children and adolescents:

  1. Intelligence Assessment

  2. Autism Spectrum Assessment

  3. Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Assessment


Doctor's Appointment

Common Questions about Psychological Assessment and Expert Witnesses in Court:

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