Dr. Marsha Brown is a Florida licensed psychologist with specializations in forensic and clinical psychology. She has experience in the assessment, evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment of children, adolescents, adults, and families across a variety of settings. She is currently working in private practice where she conducts forensic psychological evaluations to address a variety of issues related to criminal and family court.
In addition to the above work, Dr. Brown has conducted research related to treatment compliance among individuals court-mandated to receive psychological and substance rehabilitation treatment, and cultural views of mental illness and treatment-seeking. Her research has been presented at several research conferences, including the annual conferences of the European Association of Psychology and Law and the American Psychological Association. Dr. Brown teaches a variety of topics at the university, graduate school, and professional levels, and she is currently on the training faculty of the Crisis Intervention Team program at the Broward Sheriff’s Office (BSO). Using her years of clinical and research experience, Dr. Brown has developed presentations addressing topics including stress management for various professionals, evaluation bias identification, cultural considerations for working with forensic populations, and assessing a need for further psychological screening in adolescents and adults.