The Minneapolis Center for Forensic Psychology, P.A. is unique among its peers in that the forensic evaluators are required to have completed extensive forensic training, including a formal postdoctoral forensic fellowship. These fellowships provide cutting-edge training in the forensic use of psychological instruments, actuarial risk assessment, forensic ethics, written and verbal communication, and mental health case law. The result is clear and well-supported opinions that are easy to understand.
Below is a selection of our evaluation staff.
Dr. Wilson has had extensive forensic training, including a predoctoral internship at the United States Medical Center for Federal Prisoners, and a postdoctoral forensic fellowship at Harvard Medical School's Psychiatry and Law Service. She was employed as a forensic examiner at the Federal Medical Center in Rochester, Minnesota. She was also employed by Minnesota State Operated Forensic Services where she served as a forensic evaluator, Risk Assessment Coordinator, Lead Forensic Psychologist, and the Director of Forensic Psychology Training. She has served as adjunct faculty at the University of Minnesota Medical School's Department of Psychiatry and the William Mitchell College of Law. She has extensive experience conducting forensic evaluations for criminal, civil, juvenile, and family courts. She also specializes in trial consultation, mental health case law, attorney training, and conducting Independent Medical Examinations in civil matters.
Dr. Neller earned a doctoral degree in clinical psychology with an emphasis in forensic psychology. He completed a predoctoral internship in professional psychology at Arkansas Division of Behavioral Health Services. He completed a postdoctoral fellowship in forensic psychology at Minnesota State Operated Forensic Services (SOFS), after which he accepted a position as an SOFS forensic psychologist. He has served as the chief psychologist for the South Carolina Department of Mental Health's Sexually Violent Predator Program. He is currently employed by the Bureau of Prisons as a Drug Abuse Program Coordinator.