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Among the wide range of forensic areas and issues our clinicians address- mindful of their medical, psychosocial and cultural implications- are the following:

  • Adult / Adolescent / Child
  • Criminal and Civil matters
  • Sanity / Competency
  • Sentencing and mitigation
  • Sexual misconduct / Sexually dangerous or violent persons
  • Violence and sexual risk assessment
  • Polygraphy
  • Penile plethysmography
  • Workplace and school violence assessment
  • Impaired professionals and students
  • Pre-employment psychological screening
  • Fitness for duty
  • Pension disability
  • Neurologic and emotional damages (personal injury)
  • Professional malpractice

In addition to mental health, the Isaac Ray Forensic Group has substantial expertise in neuropsychology as its primary clinicians are extensively trained in that subspecialty. The Director of IRFG’s Neuropsychology Clinic, Diana S. Goldstein, Ph.D., is a board certified neuropsychologist and all of IRFG’s core psychologists are board eligible. Neuropsychology has particular relevance to forensic cases because its evaluation methods are objective and empirically rigorous, geared toward quantifying the nature and extent of cognitive capabilities and impairments as well as identifying or ruling out suboptimal effort and malingering.

To learn more about the many applications of neuropsychology in forensic matters, visit What is forensic neuropsychology?

Isaac Ray Forensic Group, LLC • 65 E. Wacker Place, Suite 2240 • Chicago, Illinois 60601 • Ph: 312.621.9002 Fax: 312.621.9003 E: info@irfg.org