We offer urine, hair, fingernail, and toenail testing to verify the existence of drug and/or alcohol abuse.
We offer assessments along with a clinical interview that can evaluate ability, various deficits, and personality disorders.

Child Custody Evaluations

We offer services to determine the parents' psychological status and make recommendations as to the ability to care for children.

ADHD Testing

We offer an evaluation to detect the presence of attention deficits.


A recognized expert in both state and federal courts.

• A native of Mobile, AL
• Accredited: American Psychological Association
• Ph.D. from Tennessee State University
• Internship: James H. Quillen VA Medical
• Licensed in Alabama


October 26, 2019
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