Dr. Stephen M. Humphrey is a forensic psychologist. He graduated from Rutgers University in 1988 and obtained his Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the University of Connecticut in 1993. Since 1995, he has been in private practice, providing comprehensive forensic evaluations, primarily in child protection and family matters, and also in criminal and probate matters. Dr. Humphrey provides therapy and related services to families who have been through the family court system, including co-parenting therapy, parenting coordination, mediation, and family therapy to reconcile children with parents from who they are estranged. Dr. Humphrey is a member of the American Psychological Association, Connecticut Psychological Association (including its Forensic Division), and Association of Family and Conciliation Courts (AFCC). He has served as a Special Master for the Regional Family Trial Docket in Middletown, CT and has assisted as an instructor in Forensics for medical residents at the Institute of Living in Hartford. He currently provides training to attorneys in the area of trauma-informed legal representation. Dr. Humphrey has been qualified as an expert witness in hundreds of cases in the State of Connecticut pertaining to issues of child abuse and neglect, child custody, child and family psychology, and related areas. He has dedicated his professional life to assessing and intervening to support children and parents in legal matters, including custody litigation and cases of alleged child abuse and neglect. He has been married for twenty-one years and has two sons.
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