Green Mountain Forensics is a psychological assessment service based in Southern, Vermont and now serving all of Vermont and New Hampshire.

Please refer to the “Services Offered” page.

I have over 30 years of experience working with adolescent and adult males who have demonstrated contact or non-contact sexual behavior problems. Such behaviors may or may not have resulted in juvenile or adult criminal charges or convictions, or protective services substantiations.

I also have evaluated many individuals who have demonstrated non-sexual violent behaviors such as: assault, aggravated domestic assault, armed robbery, arson, kidnapping, manslaughter, and murder.

Referrals of individuals with intellectual disabilities demonstrating the above behaviors are appropriate and welcomed.

I have a varied work history. Early in my professional career, I worked as a substance abuse counselor, a protective services social worker, and a medical hospital social worker. For five years, I was a Designated Mental Health Professional while working on an emergency mental health psychiatric team.

I first began working with adult male sex offenders in 1982, when I facilitated an outpatient sex offender treatment group in Brattleboro, Vermont.

In 1987, I became the program evaluator for the Vermont Treatment Program for Sexual Abusers (VTPSA), an incarcerative sex offender treatment program that became a model for other prison sex offender treatment programs around the world. I was the VTPSA program evaluator for 28 years until May 2015.

I have primarily worked as an evaluator of adult and adolescent male sexual offenders since 1990. Over the years, I have conducted several thousand Psychosexual Evaluations. In addition to my VTPSA work, between December 1995 and August 2016, I also provided sex offender evaluation services to Resolutions Programs in Montpelier, Vermont.

After being introduced to the Hare Psychopathy Checklist-Revised (PCL-R) in 1995, I also began evaluating sexual and non-sexual violent offenders concerning psychopathy. In 1997, I became one of the first in the nation to be certified in the use of the Hare Psychopathy Checklist-Revised (PCL-R). This is considered the “gold standard” for the assessment of psychopathy. Between 1997 and 2004, I  contracted with the Vermont Department of Corrections to provide nonsexual violent offender risk assessments using the PCL-R, the Violence Risk Assessment Guide (VRAG), and the Level of Service Inventory-Revised (LSI-R). To date, I have completed over 350 psychopathy assessments.

I completed my Doctor of Psychology degree (Psy.D.) from Union Institute & University in August 2013; my dissertation involved case studies of several offenders deemed to exhibit an extreme level of Psychopathy.

I became a Vermont Licensed Psychologist-Doctorate in November 2015. and soon thereafter started my own assessment practice. In October of 2016, the Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards (ASPPB) recognized me as a National Register Behavioral Health Psychologist. Most recently, in February 2020, I became licensed as a clinical psychologist in New Hampshire.