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Close Up Radio Spotlights Clinical and Forensic Psychologist Dr. Norman Klein

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Westport, CT – Norman R. Klein, Ph. D. has been in private practice in New York City and Westport, CT with board certifications in Clinical and in Forensic Psychology for more than 30 years.  He has taught undergraduates and medical students at leading schools.  He is published in textbooks and in peer-reviewed professional journals.

CLINICAL WORK

Life is difficult. We get into trouble when our reality doesn’t match our expectations.  We believe we should be happy, at peace, safe, unconflicted, successful. This is a common source of much discontentment and distress.  The bigger the gap is between expectation and reality, the more the suffering.  A seasoned therapist can guide you to learning ways to lead a more satisfying life.

FORENSIC WORK

Forensic psychology is where the profession of the behavioral sciences interface with the criminal, family and civil courts.

Dr. Klein serves the legal profession when the trier of fact—judge and/or jury—needs an expert opinion to serve as evidence regarding a question involving psychology (e.g., competence to stand trial, parental fitness, malpractice by another psychologist). Such evidence-by-opinion is beyond the general lay public’s scope.  It is vital to understand that the expert witness (in any field) is NOT there to win the case for the retaining attorney. The expert witness IS there to defend her or his opinion, ONLY, as persuasively as possible.

Join us for our discussion with Norman R. Klein.

For more information, visit www.normanklenphd.com