Deborah A. Koricke, Ph.D.
Clinical and Forensic Psychologist
Dr. Deborah Koricke is the Center’s President; she manages all the company’s business functions as well as having an active clinical practice. A graduate of Johns Hopkins University and Case Western Reserve University, Dr. Koricke holds a BA in Psychology and an MA and Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology. She has completed additional training in forensic psychology from Case Western Reserve School of Law and University Hospitals of Cleveland. Dr. Koricke specializes in forensic psychology, and works routinely in local, state and federal courts. She has completed numerous evaluations for a variety of courts for allocation of parental rights and responsibilities, as well as other functions in Domestic Relations Courts. Dr Koricke has worked with both local, national and international custody cases.
Additionally, Dr. Koricke works with those involved in the criminal justice system, performing a variety of evaluations with both juveniles and adults. She evaluates individuals for competency to stand trial, not guilty by reason of insanity, amenibility to rehabilitation and for mitigation purposes. Dr. Koricke additionally works with those facing capital charges.
Dr Koricke also works with other individuals of all ages, from children through geriatric clients, facing adjustment challenges and/or coping with depression, anxiety, substance abuse, trauma and other changing life circumstances.