Board Certified Forensic Psychologist for Psychological Evaluations & IME in New Jersey, New York, Michigan, and other states. +1 (212) 810-6365

What Does a Forensic Psychologist Do?

Forensic Psychologists at Lamb + Maddux, LLC. provide services throughout New Jersey, New York, Michigan, and PSYPACT states. We’re a highly-specialized practice fully committed to the transparent and impartial assessment of psychological injuries, risk, and various abilities. Our opinions are based upon the law, ethics, psychological science, professional knowledge, forensic methods, neuropsychological testing, and psychological evaluation. Dr. Maddux is the Managing Director of Lamb + Maddux, LLC. He is a board certified forensic psychologist by the American Board of Professional Psychology. He is a Fellow of the American Academy of Forensic Psychology.  Dr. Maddux has completed over 3,000 evaluations and affidavits in federal and state cases regarding harm, risk and various abilities. His credentials are well respected. Call now for a free consultation about your needs.

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Dr. Jemour Maddux, Psy.D., ABPP


Primarily focused upon forensic practice, Dr. Maddux is an experienced evaluator having completed over 3,000 evaluations and affidavits.


100% focused on the assessment of harm, risk and various abilities within different forensic contexts.


Board Certified in Forensic Psychology by the ABPP, which is a mark of proficiency that is recognized by judicial decisions.


Member of national committees charged with developing various policy statements and practice guidelines used by forensic practitioners in the US and internationally.


Past employment includes Bronx Family Court MHS as an in-house expert, and a center in NJ established by legislation for child-maltreatment evaluations.


Fully committed to honesty in and out of the office, as well as the transparent and impartial assessment of harm, risk and various abilities. More about Dr. Maddux…


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“Psychologists recognize that fairness and justice entitle all persons to access to and benefit from the contributions of psychology;” APA, 2002. Call to review your payment options. 10 Hour Call Back Guaranteed. 212-810-6365