Forensic Assessment

Dr. Friedman is a leading forensic neuropsychology expert in Southern California. With over 20+ years of experience, her work has spanned from cases of undue influence, financial elder abuse, testamentary capacity, probate conservatorship, and more. She has testified in court, and is clinical faculty (voluntary) at the UCLA medical Psychology Assessment Center, at the Semel Institute / David Geffen School of Medicine.

Forensic Neuropsychology - Reflect Neuro

➢Decisional Capacity
➢Testamentary Capacity
➢Elder Abuse
➢Trial Competency
➢Probate Conservatorship
➢Undue Influence

Forensic neuropsychological evaluations are similar to clinical neuropsychological evaluations, but specifically focused on answering legal questions in context of a civil or criminal case. They typically include a much larger set of collateral information to integrate with test data. In addition, evaluation services include consulting with attorneys and other referral sources to optimally utilize evaluation information. Typically forensic evaluations require more comprehensive record review as well as assessment of effort or response bias.

Reflect Neuropsychology provides a wide range of forensic neuropsychology services to meet our clients’ needs. Our clinical team includes professionals with diverse experience, training, and specialization in forensic neuropsychology. 

Our neuropsychologists are available to provide a brief telephone consultation regarding your needs.

Acquired Brain Injury

➤Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
➤Post Concussive Syndrome
➤Sports-related Brain Injury
➤Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy Assessment (CTE)
➤Medical Malpractice
➤Hypoxic Anoxic Injury
➤Psychological Trauma
➤Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
➤Workers Compensation Claims
➤Case Consultation
➤Case Review
➤Expert Witness Testimony

Capacity Consultation & Evaluation

➤Case Consultation
➤Case Review
➤Decision-making Capacity Evaluations
➤Dementia Evaluation
➤Pre-surgical Medical Capacity Evaluations

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