Forensic Directory

This listing is for Attorneys trying to find psychologists with expertise who might assist in legal matters. This directory contains information provided by others to the Minnesota Psychological Association (MPA). MPA makes no representations, warranties or claims about the accuracy of the information or the credentials or abilities of the persons appearing in the directory. MPA expressly disclaims any responsibility or liability arising from the use of the directory or services provided by those persons.

Members:
To become a part of this directory, pay the $50 fee to MPA upon joining or renewing. Then contact the MPA office at 952-928-4657 or [email protected], to select your forensic categories. Participation in the Forensic Directory requires participation in the Find A Psychologist Directory.

Attorneys:
To search for all psychologists who work in a particular specialty, simply choose that specialty, without entering any information in the name or city fields.

Click here to search the Forensic Directory. When you get results, click directly on the member's profile and it will take you to his/her detailed forensic information.

 

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