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Stuart Friedman, J.D., Psy.D.

Stuart Friedman, J.D., Psy.D. is a graduate of Washington University (B.A. psychology); St. Louis University (J.D); and Argosy Univ./Phoenix (M.A., Psy.D. clinical psychology). Clinical training experience included evaluations and treatment of elderly patients in skilled care facilities; psychological testing/therapy with children and adults; specialized training in family forensic psychology in two private practices; and psychological testing and evaluation for mitigation cases in the criminal court. His doctoral program clinical research project developed a protocol for mock trial research on verdict bias correlated with data about personality traits, demographics, general attitudes, and beliefs about case specific issues. The doctoral internship and postdoctoral residency occurred under the supervision of Dr. Paulette Selmi. Family court work has included parenting conferences; comprehensive, limited, and psychological evaluations; interventions; adult/child therapy; and parenting coordination. Additional advanced training has been for child forensic interviewing. He has filled roles on the Arizona Psychological Association’s legislative committee (chair for two years) and ethics committee.