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Henry Richards is a licensed clinical psychologist with over two
decades of experience in the evaluation, assessment, and treatment of
individuals in forensic and correctional contexts. He has managed large
forensic and correctional programs and provided training and
organizational consultation to states, counties, hospitals, as well as
residential and outpatient programs. He has specialized experience and
training in addictions, sex offender issues, and methodologies of
personal and organizational transformation and change.
Forensic evaluation, organizational
consultation and consultation in litigation involving psychological
issues, staff training and professional conference speaker.
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