A: The term “psycholegal” simply means the interface between psychological and legal issues. There are many areas in which qualified psychologists provide psycholegal services. Highly specialized psycholegal services are often performed by our Forensic Psychologists, who have formal training in mental-health related legal issues.
The Arroyos provides a wide variety of psycholegal services, include working with criminal defense, immigration, business, and other types of attorneys, providing forensic assessments of patients, giving expert witness testimony in state and federal court, providing Alternative Sentencing, and completing LPS Conservatorships. For a complete list and descriptions of the psycholegal services that we offer, follow this link: Psycholegal Services.