Dr. Courtney G Deloney, Ph.D, HSPP owns and operates Gale Forensic Psychology, a company that provides clear and timely forensic reports to clients across Indiana. She boasts a unique background in the social sciences, having obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology from Northwestern University; a Master’s degree in Social Work from Indiana University; then both a Graduate Certificate in Substance Abuse, and a Doctorate in Counseling Psychology from Kalamazoo, Michigan’s highly-lauded Western Michigan University.

Her Pre-Doctoral Residency consisted of two distinctly different rotations. The first rotation was with a community mental health center where she counseled adolescents and adults with various mental and physical disabilities. The second rotation was with a state prison where she delivered psychological services to adult male felony offenders. Upon graduation, she completed a Post-Doctoral Research Fellowship through a grant from the National Institutes of Health. The research investigated health disparities in stress response among young adults using a combination of biological, physiological and psychosocial data.

Forensic work has featured prominently throughout Dr. Deloney’s career. As part of an Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) Team, she worked closely with legal and medical professionals to mitigate risk and ensure community safety. She has also helped criminologists implement new, state-of-the-art programming at a men’s residential treatment facility; programming that accounts for ‘criminogenic risk-need factors’ in addressing the most common reasons for criminal behavior. She has served as Mental Health Director of an Indiana state prison, and has lectured on forensics at state and national conferences. Publications from these lectures are forthcoming.

Dr. Deloney is well-qualified to answer your referral questions. Call or email today to schedule your FREE CONSULTATION. Travel to any location in Indiana with advanced notice.