Forensic Psychological and Psychiatric Evaluations Expert Witness
Stephen Reich, Ph.D., J.D. - The Forensic Psychology Group
Manhattan, New York 10022
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Dr. Reich assists attorneys with a broad range of expert witness services, including psychological and psychiatric consultation, expert evaluation, psychodiagnostic testing, expert psychological reports, and expert witness testimony in many aspects of the law:
- Criminal Cases
Adolescent Psychological Testing
Military Courts Martial
Competency to Waive Miranda
Competency to Stand Trial
Ability to Assist Counsel
Traumatic Brain Injury
Political Asylum Evaluations
Extreme and Exceptional Hardship
- Employment Law
Hostile Work Environment
GLBT Gay Lesbian Bisexual Transgender
- Negligence and Injury Law
PTSD and Trauma
Car Accident Injuries
Failure to Diagnose
- Additional Expert Areas
Social Security Disability
Independent Medical Exams (IME’s)
Areas of Expertise
Criminal Forensic Psychological Evaluations, Expert Witness
U.S. Psychological Evaluations for Immigration, Forensic Services
Psychological Evaluations in Employment Law Cases, Expert Witness
Dr. Isabel A. Rodríguez, Clinical Neuropsychologist
Expert Services in Injury and Negligence Cases, Legal Consultant
About Dr. Stephen Reich, Litigation Support
1974 - present
New York State Education Department
New York State Board For Psychology
Legal Experience & Services
Dr. Reich has assisted the legal community with forensic psychological evaluations in countless criminal, immigration, employment, and civil cases. For three decades, he has provided unbiased psychodiagnostic evaluations, forensic reports, and courtroom testimony. As one of the few forensic psychologists in the United States who is also an experienced attorney, Dr. Reich brings rare wisdom and poise to the stand. His psychological insight and legal background are helpful in the preparation of a case, and have proved to be significant assets in the courtroom.
American College of Forensic Psychology
American Psychological Association
New York State Psychological Association
Association of the Bar of the City of New York
New York State Bar Association
National Employment Lawyers Association
National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
New York Criminal Defense Lawyers' Association
American Immigration Lawyers Association
Reich, S. California Psychological Inventory: Profile of a Sample of First-Year Law Students. Psychological Reports, 1976, 39, 871-874.
Reich, S. Strong Vocational Interest Blank Patterns Associated with Law School Achievement. Psychological Reports, 1976, 39, 1343-874.
Reich, S., Geller, A. Self-Image of Social Workers. Psychological Reports, 1976, 39, 657-658.
Reich, S., Geller, A. Self-Image of Nurses. Psychological Reports, 1976, 39, 401-402.
Reich, S., Geller, A. The Self-Image of Nurses Employed in a Psychiatric Hospital. Perspectives in Psychiatric Care, 1977, 15, 126-128.
Reich, S. A Forensic Psychologist’s Report in a Sexual Harassment, Hostile Work Environment, and a Retaliation Case. Employee Advocate, 2008, Summer, 70-76.
B.A. Columbia College, 1960
J.D. Columbia University School of Law, 1963
M.B.A. Columbia University Graduate School of Business, 1963
M.A. Fordham University (Psychology), 1970
Ph.D. Fordham University (Clinical Psychology), 1972