Dr. Richard SamuelsCurriculum Vitae
LICENSES AND CERTIFICATIONS

Licensed Psychologist, State of New Jersey, 1975, # S 101060

Licensed Psychologist, State of Arizona, 1989, # 3043

Diplomate in Forensic Psychology, ABPS, 1999

Diplomate, American College of Forensic Examiners, 1995

Diplomate, American Board of Forensic Medicine, 1996

Diplomate in Clinical Psychology, American Board of Professional Psychology, 1980

Diplomate in Sexology, American Board of Sexology, 1989

Fellow, American Psychological Association, 1986

Fellow, Academy of Clinical Psychology, 1994

Clinical Fellow, Behavior Therapy and Research Society, 1985

Clinical Fellow, American Academy of Clinical Sexology, 1990

Recognized by the National Registrar of Practicing Psychologists, 1976

Certified Sex Therapist, American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors & Therapists, 1976

Licensed Radiotelephone Engineer, 1964-present, FCC, Washington, DC

FCC Licensed Broadcast Engineer and Announcer, 1961-1966

EDUCATION

New Jersey Medical School, Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology

Newark, New Jersey

Post-Doctoral Fellow in Human Sexuality, 1974-1975
City University of New York

Biopsychology, Ph.D., 1973
Hofstra University

Psychology, M.A., 1967
Hofstra University

Psychology, B.A., 1965
State University at Farmingdale, New York

Electronics Technology, A.A.S. 1961

FORENSIC EXPERIENCE

Member; Arizona Supreme Court Mental Health Providers Panel.
Court Appointed Psychologist in Bergen, Morris and Essex Counties, New Jersey;

Court Appointed Psychologist in Maricopa and Yavapai Counties, Arizona.
Expert Witness in most New Jersey Counties;

Expert Witness in New York City Supreme Court incl. Kings County, Queens, Brooklyn & Bronx Courts.

Expert Witness in Rockland, Westchester, Orange County, Nassau, and Suffolk County, New York;

Expert Witness in Maricopa, Coconino, Pima and Yavapai Counties, Arizona
Conducted numerous evaluations for plaintiffs and defendants in New Jersey, New York, and Arizona, for criminal, civil and domestic matters, evaluation and recidivism risk.
Sexually Violent Predators evaluations and testimony and Psychosexual Risk Assessments for sentencing in sexual misconduct matters in Arizona.
Experienced working with police officers statewide, conducting evaluations dealing with shooting trauma, posttraumatic stress disorder and other matters.
Specialized training in custody and visitation matters.
Extensive experience in cases dealing with medical malpractice, personal injury, negligence, criminal misconduct, sexual harassment and misconduct, job discrimination, corporate conflicts, custody and visitation determinations, divorce mediation and other domestic matters.

MOST RECENT SPECIALIZED TRAINING

Over eight hundred hours of postgraduate continuing education in Forensic Psychology ~ most recent listed below)
Children, Divorce & Custody: Lawyers & Psychologists Working Together - Sponsored by the American Bar Association Section of Family Law & the American Psychological Association Los Angeles, California, 1997, 22 hours
Training Mental Health Experts in Legal Competency & Restoration in Criminal Juvenile Courts, Supreme Court, State of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, 1998, 24 hours
Sexually Violent Person Commitment Evaluations, Arizona Department of Health Services, Arizona State Hospital, Phoenix, Arizona, 1998, 16 hours
Family Court Mental Health Training Seminar, Superior Court of Arizona, Domestic Relations Department, 1999, 4 hours
Family Court Mental Health Training Seminar, Superior Court of Arizona, Domestic Relations Department, 2000, 4 hours
Training Mental Health Experts in Legal Competency & Restoration in Criminal Juvenile Courts, Supreme Court, State of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, 2000, 4 hours
Ethics in Psychology, Institute for the Study of human Knowledge, 2000, 17 hours,
Geriatric Congress, Las Vegas, Nevada, 2000, 13.5 hours
Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers, Annual Conference and Workshop, San Diego, CA, 2000, 17 hours
Family Court Mental Health Training Seminar, Superior Court of Arizona, Domestic Relations Department, 2001, 7 hours
Assessing Psychopathy, Clinical & Forensic Applications of the PCL-R, conducted by Robert D. Hare, Ph.D., Arizona School of Professional Psychology, April 5,6,7, 2001, 21 hours
Family Court Mental Health Training Seminar, Superior Court of Arizona, Domestic Relations Department, 2002, 7 hours
Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers, Annual Conference and Workshop, Montreal, Canada, 2002, 14 hours
Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers, Annual Conference and Workshop, St. Louis, MO, 2003, 14 hours
Current Trends in Assessment of Sex Offenders and Efficacy of Current Treatment Strategies, Dennis Doren, Ph.D., at AZATSA, Phoenix, AZ, 2005 .