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Psychology Expert or Forensic Psychologist. Their objective is to fully evaluate the mental state of the person involved in the judicial process by means of an exhaustive and accurate expert-psychological report in which it issues its professional judgement. For most cases, the party or court experts should confirm the opinion verbally in the court’s presence.

What is intended at all times is to contribute to the judicial process a more objective assessment of human behaviour by way of psychological techniques and tools to assist the judge to deliver judgement and / or negotiate any type of legal action.


  • Creation of reports
  • Expert-psychological expert witnesses
  • Evaluation of personality and mental state
  • Study of cognitive and volitional capacities
  • Application of psychological and forensic tests
  • Care and Custody. Visiting arrangements
  • Credibility of testimony on sexual abuse
  • Evaluation of psychological consequences
  • Occupational  disability. Witness memory
  • Psychological analysis of lower court measures
  • Trial attendance and confirmation in court
  • Disability and limitation of the capacity to work
  • Child Abuse. Bullying in schools
  • Simulation detection

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