Dr. Philip Witt
Dr. Philip Witt specializes in forensic psychology, that is, psychology as applied to legal cases. He is a diplomate in forensic psychology of the American Board of Forensic Psychology (http://www.abfp.com/), where he currently serves on the examination panel. He performs forensic evaluations, testimony, and consultation in a wide range of civil and criminal areas. He serves on the clinical faculty of Rutgers Medical School. A past president of the New Jersey Psychological Association (https://www.psychologynj.org/), he was the 2001 recipient of that organization's Psychologist of the Year award. He is on the editorial board of the Open Access Journal of Forensic Psychology (http://www.forensicpsychologyunbound.ws/OAJFP/Home.html). He is past president of the American Academy of Forensic Psychology (http://www.aafp.ws/). When not practicing forensic psychology, he is an avid bicyclist, nature photographer, and birder.