About KKJ Forensic Psychology

What Is Forensic Psychology?

Forensic psychology involves the intersection of human behavior and the legal system. This is a highly specialized area of practice which requires extensive training and education. Forensic psychologists are trained to be neutral, which we are, but our practice is different.

What Is Forensic Psychology?

Forensic psychology involves the intersection of human behavior and the legal system. This is a highly specialized area of practice which requires extensive training and education. Forensic psychologists are trained to be neutral, which we are, but our practice is different. 

What Services Do We Provide?

Our practice focuses on therapy and forensic evaluations for those who are involved in criminal, divorce, and personal injury situations. This is a highly specialized area of practice which requires extensive training and education.

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What Services Do We Provide?

Our practice focuses on therapy and forensic evaluations for those who are involved in criminal, divorce, and personal injury situations. This is a highly specialized area of practice which requires extensive training and education.

More about Divorce Services

More about Forensic Evaluations

How is KKJ Different?

Forensic psychology involves the intersection of human behavior and the legal system. This is a highly specialized area of practice which requires extensive training and education. Forensic psychologists are trained to be neutral, which we are, but our practice is different.

We are here to help you navigate your criminal involvement, divorce, or personal injury case with dignity and respect.

How is KKJ Different?

Forensic psychology involves the intersection of human behavior and the legal system. This is a highly specialized area of practice which requires extensive training and education. Forensic psychologists are trained to be neutral, which we are, but our practice is different.

We are here to help you navigate your criminal involvement, divorce, or personal injury case with dignity and respect.
 

What Is The Team Approach?

This means that you will always have two minds on the case. This approach helps clinicians maintain neutrality and discuss various perspectives. It allows for efficient and thorough information gathering. And, it mimics the health care system's whole person approach to care.

What Is The Team Approach?

This means that you will always have two minds on the case. This approach helps clinicians maintain neutrality and discuss various perspectives. It allows for efficient and thorough information gathering. And, it mimics the health care system's whole person approach to care.

OUR TEAM:

Katrina Kuzyszyn-Jones, Psy.D.

Julianne Ludlam, Ph.D.

Marissa Stanziani, Ph.D.

Lisa Foss, MA

Kaytie Mero, MA

Mackenzie Howard, MA

OUR TEAM:

Katrina Kuzyszyn-Jones, Psy.D.

Julianne Ludlam, Ph.D.

Marissa Stanziani, Ph.D.

Lisa Foss, MA

Kaytie Mero, MA

Mackenzie Howard, MA

We know it's not always easy to ask for help.
But sometimes talking with a compassionate, insightful professional can provide answers and clarity.

We know it's not always easy to ask for help. But sometimes talking with a compassionate, insightful professional can provide answers and clarity.