Dr. Matthew Mendel
Since 1997, I have conducted forensic evaluations of male survivors of childhood abuse in both civil and criminal cases. I have worked on forensic cases in numerous states including of North Carolina, South Carolina, Arizona, Arkansas, Illinois, Mississippi, Virginia, Maryland, Texas, Wyoming, Tennessee, Alabama, Indiana, Louisiana, and California, and in Federal jurisdiction. Most of my forensic cases have involved capital murder, or death penalty, cases in which the defendant had been abused during his childhood. In these cases, I have conducted evaluations of the defendant in order to better understand the impact of childhood events – including trauma and abuse – upon his later functioning.
Both through my writing and my appearances in court, I am able to connect with and communicate effectively with the jurors encharged with determining a defendant's fate. In these cases, I write a mini-biography of an individual charged with capital murder. By doing so, I help those who read my report or hear my testimony understand how his childhood -- filled with tragedy and abuse -- contributed to him developing into the adult he became.
AB in Psychology, Princeton University, 1984
PhD in Clinical Psychology, University of Michigan, 1992
MA in Clinical Psychology, University of Michigan, 1988
American Psychological Association (APA)
APA Division 41 - American Psychology-Law Society
American College of Forensic Psychology
National Association of Sentencing Advocates and Mitigation Specialists (NASAMS)
North Carolina Psychological Association (NCPA)
Licensed Psychologist, State of NORTH CAROLINA. License Number: 2156
Licensed Psychologist , State of TEXAS, License number: 37016
Licensed Psychologist, State of Mississippi, Temporary License trough June, 2015.
National provider ID: 1497970628
9360 Falls of Neuse Rd
Raleigh, NC 27615
phone: (919) 876-1313
fax: (919) 882-1567
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