Heather M. Griffith, M.Ed., Ed.S. Board Licensed School Psychologist

Heather M. Griffith, M.Ed., Ed.S. Board Licensed School Psychologist

Heather M. Griffith, M.Ed., Ed.S. Board Licensed School PsychologistHeather M. Griffith, M.Ed., Ed.S. Board Licensed School Psychologist

Forensic

Assistance with the mitigation process

When a traumatic childhood combines with learning disabilities, there is an added layer of complexity that we can help you to uncover.


It is my passion to ensure just outcomes for individuals. I contribute to the mitigation process through assessing for learning and cognitive disabilities, conducting interviews and reviewing records, completing reports or presentations as needed, providing the most current research on disabilities and cognitive functioning, and testifying regarding the impact of trauma on the developing brain. I can also assist with interpreting and identifying patterns within your client's school and Special Education records.


It is quite common for an offender to have experienced trauma as a child, and those experiences have powerful, direct, and somewhat predictable deficits in important areas of functioning that include:

- cognitive skills

- adaptive functioning

- achievement skills

- executive function 

- social-emotional development


We possess the most current, reliable, and widely used and recognized assessments to assist in a thorough psycho-educational evaluation of your client.

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