- Applied Clinical Psychology
The Chicago School of Professional Psychology
Dr. Brodie is a clinical and forensic psychologist who provides psychotherapy for individuals, couples, and families. She is psychodynamic in orientation. Dr. Brodie, who has experience as a child psychologist, has provided diagnoses for a wide spectrum of disorders that include learning disabilities and childhood psychosis. She has also written and presented on the role of forensic psychology relative to sexual abuse cases and child witness statements. She has a specialty in law enforcement psychology and regularly trains police personnel in psychological issues related to law enforcement.
- Education History
Degree Institution Ph.D. Biola University M.A. Biola University B.A. Baylor University
Clinical Psychology, State of California PSY 14511
- Areas of Expertise
Area Expertise Addiction/Substance Abuse Co-occurring Disorders Clinical Psychology / Mental Health DSM/Diagnosis Personality Disorders Substance-Related Disorders Trauma/PTSD Ethical & Legal Issues Code of Conduct for Psychologists Forensic Psychology Child Custody Competency to Stand Trial Correctional Psychology Criminal Responsibility Death Penalty Expert Testimony Expert Witness Eyewitness Memory/Recovered Memory Malingering Murder/Provocation Defense Police Sexual Offenders Trial Consultation Victimology