Dr. Skoler is a clinical and forensic psychologist, licensed in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland, Virginia and Washington D.C. with over 35 years experience in court evaluations and testimony, psychological testing, and therapy/counseling.
Dr. Skoler has been qualified as an expert witness in clinical and forensic psychology in many states, and in Federal U.S. District, military, and immigration courts.
His website, ClinicalandForensicPsychology.com summarizes education, training, experience, publications, types of court cases and areas of practice. The website includes a blog for attorneys on forensic reports and testimony.
He has been retained in criminal, civil rights, employee rights, civil suits, juvenile, family law, personal injury and trauma cases, on such topics as international child abduction, child abuse, custody, parental alienation, dangerousness and risk assessment, criminal responsibility and competency, false confessions, post-traumatic stress disorders, employment discrimination, stalking, officer abuse, false allegations of abuse and other topics. Dr. Skoler also will critique the evaluations and ethics of other professionals.
Dr. Skoler has consulted with or presented to the Federal Judicial Center, the U.S. Secret Service, the U.S. Senate Chaplain, the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, the American Bar Association and CIA/NSA psychology staff. He was a contributing author and panel member for the ABA's Benchbook on Psychiatric and Psychological Evidence and Testimony. Dr. Skoler has been cited in, written for, or appeared on NPR, CBS 48 Hours,The Huffington Post, the A&E Channel, The Washington Post, the Philadelphia Inquirer, and TV news affiliates.
Education & Licenses
Doctorate in Clinical Psychology, Law-Psychology Training Program Licensed Psychologist (PA, NJ, MD, VA & DC) PA #PS016752; NJ #5125; DC #PSY1708; VA #01725; MD #02989