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Michele Huffaker Phd
(302) 239-4188
5301 Limestone Rd Ste 102, Wilmington, DE 19808
Patricia Miripol Phd
(302) 633-6416
1601 Milltown Rd, Wilmington, DE 19808
Maria Alonso Phd
(302) 529-1372
1014 Darley Rd, Wilmington, DE 19810
Taub, Sandra - Behavioral Health Assoc
(302) 429-6200
1303 Delaware Ave, Wilmington, DE 19806
Stephen R Levine Phd
(302) 477-9596
1415 Foulk Rd, Wilmington, DE 19803
Smucker, Luellen A Lcsw
(302) 999-1240
1601 Milltown Rd Ste 8, Wilmington, DE 19808
Sillverside Counseling Center
(302) 479-5060
3526 Silverside Rd, Wilmington, DE 19810
Sherry L Wenger Phd
(302) 998-2618
1601 Milltown Rd, Wilmington, DE 19808
Saints Lorraine Phd
(302) 995-1177
1601 Milltown Rd Ste 7, Wilmington, DE 19808
Robin Sesan Phd
(302) 475-1880
2500 Grubb Rd Ste 240, Wilmington, DE 19810
Renewal Professional Counseling
(302) 888-2345
701 Adams Dam Rd, Wilmington, DE 19807
Wenger Henderson & Assoc
(302) 998-2618
20 S Stuyvesant Dr, Wilmington, DE 19809
Pedro M Ferreira Phd
(302) 479-5303
1303 Foulk Rd, Wilmington, DE 19803
Whitehill, Mary Louise Edd
(302) 658-0890
2401 Pennsylvania Ave Ste 103A, Wilmington, DE 19806
Orlov Counseling Associates
(302) 994-4014
Heritage Prosessional Plz, Wilmington, DE 19808
Orlov Leland G
(302) 994-7827
2601 Annand Dr, Wilmington, DE 19808
Nicodemus Katharine Dr
(302) 658-8283
213 N Maryland Ave, Wilmington, DE 19804
New Perspective
(302) 489-0220
2055 Limestone Rd, Wilmington, DE 19808
Nan F Schiowitz Phd
(302) 475-1880
2500 Grubb Rd, Wilmington, DE 19810
Murch Renee
(302) 655-7110
825 N Washington St, Wilmington, DE 19801
Morse Kathe C
(302) 656-2204
1311 N Rodney St, Wilmington, DE 19806
Marsha S Eddorlov
(302) 994-4014
Heritage Prosessional Plz, Wilmington, DE 19808
Mark Carney
(302) 425-4417
1601 Concord Pike, Wilmington, DE 19803
Mario J Frabizzio Jr Phd
(302) 479-5151
3411 Silverside Rd, Wilmington, DE 19810
Rayanne Gillies Phd Llc
(302) 593-6685
5301 Limestone Rd, Wilmington, DE 19808
Brandywine Program
(302) 255-1660
240 N James St, Wilmington, DE 19804
Delaware Family Center
(302) 995-9600
3608 Lancaster Pike, Wilmington, DE 19805
Cunha English & Giardina
(302) 652-7733
1504 N Broom St Ste 2, Wilmington, DE 19806
Counseling Services Inc
(302) 478-4398
3512 Silverside Rd Ste 8, Wilmington, DE 19810
Connor Leslie Phd
(302) 477-0708
1409 Foulk Rd, Wilmington, DE 19803
Cindy L Tucker Phd
(302) 743-5775
2500 Grubb Rd Ste 240, Wilmington, DE 19810
(302) 429-0195
1301 N Harrison St # 101, Wilmington, DE 19806
Christina Silcox
(302) 654-8939
3 Mill Rd, Wilmington, DE 19806
Christ Bridge Inc
(302) 655-4613
1011 N Clayton St, Wilmington, DE 19805
Charlotte Swenson Phd
(302) 478-9925
3521 Silverside Rd, Wilmington, DE 19810
Terrell Diana H PhD
(302) 995-9600
3608 Lancaster Pike, Wilmington, DE 19805
Bronson Kris PhD
(302) 477-0708
1409 Foulk Rd, Wilmington, DE 19803
Yanez & De Yanez Md Pc
(302) 655-2991
2401 Pennsylvania Ave Ste 110, Wilmington, DE 19806
Brandywine Family Medicine
(302) 475-1880
2500 Grubb Rd Ste 212, Wilmington, DE 19810
Blumberg Samuel PhD
(302) 652-7733
2300 Pennsylvania Ave, Wilmington, DE 19806
Bill Maloney Lcsw
(302) 656-5677
3801 Kennett Pike, Wilmington, DE 19807
Biasotto Marylou F Lcsw Cht
(302) 388-8868
2502 Silverside Rd, Wilmington, DE 19810
Alliance Counseling & Consulting
(302) 477-0708
1409 Foulk Rd, Wilmington, DE 19803
Alfred I Dupont Hospital
(302) 651-5600
1600 Rockland Rd, Wilmington, DE 19803
Donna J. Hilton, PhD
(302) 478-2626
3526 Silverside Rd Ste 36, Wilmington, DE 19810
Ciecko Walter J PhD
(302) 429-0195
1301 N Harrison St Ste 101, Wilmington, DE 19806
York Psyd David
(302) 428-2100
501 W 14th St, Wilmington, DE 19801
Williams Richard Craig PhD
(302) 571-8845
1200 N Van Buren St, Wilmington, DE 19806
Center For Cognitive & Emotional Well Being
(302) 477-9596
1415 Foulk Rd, Wilmington, DE 19803
Gay & Johnson Pa
(302) 656-1295
1311 N Rodney St, Wilmington, DE 19806
Denise A Cunha Phd
(302) 652-7733
1020 W 18th St, Wilmington, DE 19802
Dr Alvin Turner
(302) 777-3202
2100 Baynard Blvd, Wilmington, DE 19802
English Dorilyn Phd
(302) 652-7733
1020 W 18th St, Wilmington, DE 19802
English Dorilyn PhD
(302) 655-6506
1210 Sycamore St, Wilmington, DE 19805
Fisher Irene
(302) 529-8783
2006 Foulk Rd, Wilmington, DE 19801
Gloria Crespo
(302) 984-2885
2500 Grubb Rd Ste 210, Wilmington, DE 19810
Grim Cara Lee Lcsw
(302) 655-1100
405 Foulk Rd, Wilmington, DE 19803
Harriet Ainbinder
(302) 478-4494
3411 Silverside Rd, Wilmington, DE 19810
Jacobs Sharon B PhD
(302) 428-0205
1521 Concord Pike, Wilmington, DE 19803
Jay A Jemail Phd
(302) 655-7461
5829 Kennett Pike, Wilmington, DE 19807
Jay Weissman
(302) 478-1500
1415 Foulk Rd Ste 100, Wilmington, DE 19803
John D Henderson Phd
(302) 475-8455
2205 Silverside Rd, Wilmington, DE 19810
Lisa L Carter
(302) 429-0195
1301 N Harrison St, Wilmington, DE 19806
Lisa A Deleonardo Psyd
(302) 234-3443
5301 Limestone Rd, Wilmington, DE 19808
Kid Couch Inc
(302) 633-0301
240 N James St Ste 106, Wilmington, DE 19804
Jonathan Lewis Phd
(302) 479-5060
3526 Silverside Rd, Wilmington, DE 19810
Featured Article

What Is Forensic Psychology?

by: David A Webb

When my students arrived for their first lecture, I would always start by giving them 10 minutes to write down an answer to this question.

Before reading on, why not quickly write down what you think forensic psychology is.

The reason I did this was because despite the fact that every single undergraduate psychology student (about 180 of them) chose to do the forensic psychology course form a list of optional courses; not one of them came to see me in advance to ask what the course was about.

Now bear in mind students chose their optional courses well in advance of the start date, and in order to make an informed choice they were all strongly advised to speak to the lecturer running the courses they were interested in before making a final decision.

So why the no show?

I suspect, actually I know because I discussed it with the students afterwards, that they didn't feel they had to find out what forensic psychology is, because they already had a preconceived idea.

I mentioned that at the start of the first lecture I would give students 10 minutes to write down an answer to the question what is forensic psychology.

What I didn't mention, however, is that after about 2 minutes I would ask for their attention and apologise for forgetting to tell them that they weren't allowed to use the words serial killers or silence of the lambs in their answer. It was usually as this point that most of the writing in the lecture theatre stopped.

If you're thinking I would have stopped writing as well, please contain your disappointment and don't rush off just yet. The answer to the question, what is forensic psychology may not quite be what you thought, but that doesn't mean that the subject has to be any less engaging.

The first thing to appreciate when addressing the question is that even psychologists in the field are divided as to what the answer is.

The division of criminological and legal psychology within the British Psychological Society argued for twenty years as to whether their members should be entitled to call themselves Chartered Forensic Psychologists. It was finally agreed that they should, however, there still remains a great deal of debate and controversy surrounding the issue.

The central problem is that its members are drawn from a wide range of disciplines, so it is always difficult to state what the boundaries are when you talk of Forensic Psychology.

A fragmented discipline?

Psychologists in the prison/correctional services.

Clinical psychologists in special hospitals & the psychiatric services.

Educational psychologists

Occupational psychologists


Now while it is important to acknowledge that this fragmentation of role exists, it is just as important to realise that these different groups are linked to forensic psychology because their work, expert knowledge or research activity is somehow connected with the law.

This legal connection makes perfect sense when you consider that the word forensic comes from the Latin forensis, which literally means appertaining to the forum, specifically the imperial court of Rome. So in essence:

The debate as to what is and what isnít forensic psychology rests primarily on the nature of psychologyís relationship with the legal system.

Let me give you an example, imagine 2 clinical psychologists meet at a conference and they begin talking about the work they do.

The first psychologist tells the second that she recently gave expert testimony in court arguing that the defendant in a murder case was criminally insane; the judge and jury agreed and having been found guilty on the grounds of diminished responsibility the defendant was going to be sent to a secure psychiatric unit.

Now thereís a coincidence the second psychologist says I work in the unit where they're sending him, so Iíll be dealing and treating this guy when he arrives.

So here you have a situation where 2 psychologists are linked to the legal system by way of a legal decision and you could argue, therefore, that both deserve to be seen as engaging in Forensic Psychology. However, thereís a crucial difference.

The first psychologist actually helped inform the legal decision based on her psychological knowledge and expertise. The second psychologists' involvement on the other hand arose as a consequence of a legal decision that she had no direct influence over.

My preferred forensic psychology definition acknowledges this key distinction, namely:

That branch of applied psychology which is concerned with the collection, examination and presentation of evidence for judicial purposesí (Haward 1981).

If you adopt this definition you are stating categorically that Forensic Psychology relates to:

The provision of psychological information for the purpose of facilitating a legal decision (Blackburn 1996).

So in the case of our two psychologists, strictly speaking only the first can be said to be engaged in Forensic Psychology.

Not everybody would agree with this, because there is a school of thought that would claim that any activity that links psychology to the law deserves to be described as Forensic. Iím not going to try and convince you which is right, although I do have a strong opinion on the mater; the main thing is that you
know that this debate exists.


In answering the question, what is forensic psychology we have discovered that:

In essence, forensic psychology refers to the application of psychology within a legal context.

The debate as to what is & what is not forensic psychology relates to the nature of this legal application & the level at which it is applied.

And this debate raises a number of questions that you need to think about. In particular:

The boundaries of forensic psychology?

The role of the forensic psychologist?

The credibility of forensic psychology

If you'd like to find out more about forensic psychology, you can do so by visiting my website http://www.all-about-forensic-psychology.com/

Having worked as a lecturer in psychology in the UK, I recently moved to sunny Spain with my family, where I now work as a distance learning tutor and research dissertation supervisor.

Since 2000, I've been involved in collaborative research with teams of forensic scientists in the UK, US and Canada.

Keep up-to-date with the world of forensic psychology by reading the forensic psychology blog. This regularly updated blog addresses the most common issues and questions raised by those thinking of or currently studying and working in the field. Among the topics covered are career and study options, forensic job opportunites, conference listings, internships, forensic research and psychological research methods.