Depression and Anxiety: More than being sad or stressed

Depression and Anxiety: More than being sad or stressed

Forensic psychology is the interaction of the practice or study of psychology and the legal system. The practice of forensic psychology can include consulting with agencies, conducting evaluations to address specific legal questions and providing treatment and services to individuals involved in highly conflictual, legal and/or disciplinary procedures. As a result, forensic psychologists tend to have experience working with and understanding difficult behavioural issues and providing information that is often relevant to legal questions. 

Our practice has experience working with the criminal justice system, child protection services, professional regulators, healthcare systems, police and employer/employee related conflicts, individuals facing legal sanctions and victims of criminal acts.

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