Publications and Presentations - Recent


  • Ackerman, M.D. & Jacquin, K.M. (March, 2023). Differential diagnosis in assessment of  PTSD symptomatology within the context of personal injury psychological evaluations.  Paper presentation at the 38th Annual Symposium American College of Forensic Psychology, San Diego, CA
  •  Veraldi, D., Ackerman, M.D., McClain, V.R.& White, J (March, 2023). Forensic Skills Panel: Addressing ethical and practice issues in forensic psychology.   Panel  presentation at the38th Annual Symposium American College of Forensic Psychology, San Diego, CA  
  • Atkins, E, Ackerman, M. McClain, V.R., Wiltsey, M.T. (March, 2021), Domestic Abuse and Filicide: Protective Measures and Parenting Fitness Evaluations. Paper presentation at 36th Annual Symposium, American College of Forensic Psychology, San Diego, CA  
  • Ackerman, M.D. & McClain, V.R. (March, 2019). Cultural Competency: Forensic challenges. Paper presentation at the 35th Annual Symposium American College of Forensic Psychology, San Diego, CA.
  • Ackerman, M.D. (Summer, 2018). Psychological Evaluations for Legal Proceedings. Calendar Call, General Practice and Trial Section State Bar of Georgia, 23, 1, 4-6.  
  • Ackerman, M.D. & McClain, V.R. (April, 2017). Practice challenges and ethical quandaries in forensic psychology, Paper presentation at the 33rd Annual Symposium, American College of Forensic Psychology, San Diego, CA.  
  • Williams, D.A., Plaud, J.J., Ackerman, M.D., McClain, V.R., etc. al., (March, 2015), Guilty beyond a reasonable doubt? A mock trial of a child molestation case: Psycho-legal issues. Panel presentation at the 31st Annual Symposium, American College of Forensic Psychology, San Diego, CA.  
  • Ackerman, M.D. & Williams, D.A. (March, 2014). Preparing psychologists and attorneys to collaborate effectively in immigration hardship psychological evaluations, Paper presented at the 30th Annual Symposium, American College of Forensic Psychology, San Diego, CA.  
  • Ackerman, M.D. & Williams, D.A. (March, 2013), Conducting the immigration hardship psychological evaluation: What aspiring forensic psychologists need to know. Paper presented at American Psychology-Law Society annual scientific sessions, Portland, OR

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