Ph.D., Clinical Psychology (2019)
John Jay College
New York, NY
M.S., Clinical Psychology (2012)
California State University, Fullerton
B.A., Psychology & Criminology (2010)
University of South Florida
Dr. Nicole Graham's specializes in forensic psychology and neuropsychology. Her clinical training has included forensic positions within inpatient psychiatric settings, mental health courts, private practice, and state and federal correctional institutions. She has also practiced neuropsychological assessment in medical settings, community settings, and with the National Football League Players’ Association (NFL-PA).
John Jay College of Criminal Justice
Adjunct Instructor (2017 - Present)
National Academy of Neuropsychology
American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children
Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers
American Psychological Association
American Psychology & Law Society
Translational Issues in Psychological Science (Journal Reviewer)
Dr. Graham has always been interested in the use of technology to assist psychological evaluations, while maintaining the integrity of the 'data' and results. With the impact of Covid, this interest has been heightened, and Dr. Graham has been actively involved in training and implementation of tele-psychology techniques.
Tele-psychology provides the opportunity to conduct forensic and neuropsychological evaluations from a distance -- for health related reasons, or simply due to geographical logistics.
Dr. Graham is skilled to conduct these evaluations, and will assist the client in accessing these services.
Quick overview about how Neuropsychology can be applied to Criminal and Civil Matters
Institute for Behavioral Sciences and the Law