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Division of Forensic Psychology

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New York State Psychological Association (NYSPA) Division of Forensic Psychology

2019 Executive Board

President    Roy Aranda, PsyD   NYSPA Member Since 2008  
President-Elect    Elizabeth Owen, PhD   NYSPA Member Since 2010
 
Past President    Jemour Maddux,PsyD, ABPP   NYSPA Member Since 2010  
Secretary ('21)   Sarah DeMarco, PsyD   NYSPA Member Since 2015  
Treasurer ('19)   Bridget Amatore, PhD   NYSPA Member Since 1987
 
Representative to Council ('21)   Claude Schleuderer, PhD    NYSPA Member Since 1991  
Alt Rep to Council    Vacant  
 
Alt Rep to Council   Vacant  
 
Member at Large ('21)   Ali Khadivi, PhD   NYSPA Member Since 2010  
Member at Large ('21)   Ann Winton, PhD   NYSPA Member Since 1991  

 
 
 


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Thanks for coming to learn more about the NYSPA Division of Forensic Psychology. The purpose of the Division is multifaceted. It was created to further the objectives of NYSPA as set forth in its bylaws. It seeks to further the practice of forensic psychology in all its forms and specialties. It also seeks to promote standards of service, training, competency, and ethical conduct among its members. It works to safeguard the interests of the public and the profession. It is concerned with the issues that affect the independent and professional status of forensic psychologists, regardless of specialty. It also provides opportunities for professional training and growth in the field of forensic psychology. The Division seeks to educate and empower forensic psychologists and to educate and increase the appreciation, usefulness and influence of psychology within the legal system. We’re glad to have you here! Better yet, Join Us! Here’s why.

 

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