In addition to conducting research and therapy with violent and sexual offenders throughout her graduate school experience, Dr. Michelle Peacock completed a forensic residency in 2016 and 2017 where she received specialized training in forensic evaluations including threat/risk assessment, high-conflict divorce cases, parenting coordination, and bullying.
Her areas of interest and specialized training also include trauma and PTSD, personality disorders including psychopathy and narcissism, malingering, personal injury, civil rights cases, sexual abuse, sexual harassment, and disability.
Dr. Michelle Peacock has conducted research and been published in academic journals addressing some of the most pressing psycho-legal issues including:
Dr. Michelle Peacock works directly with defense attorneys and/or prosecutors seeking consultation and evaluation. She cannot work directly with any parties of a civil or criminal case. If you are a party to these cases, please have your attorney contact us directly. Our forensic services are billed on an hourly basis for all related services. For non-forensic, clinical evaluations, rates will be determined based on each case; however, we do not participate with insurance.