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Forensic Team

Overview

Psychological Assessments

Alcohol, Drug, and Sexual Addiction Assessments

Mediators

Pre-divorce Comprehensive Care (Adult Divorcing Parties)

Pre-divorce Comprehensive Care (Children 4–17)

Blended Family Bonding/Adjustment

Biographical Sketches

Team Leaders

Rudolf G. Breitmeyer, Ph.D. — Dr. Breitmeyer has been a Licensed Clinical Psychologist since 1971. He has directed several inpatient psychological programs; which has helped to facilitate his growth and direction of forensic team work. Dr. Breitmeyer has significant experience and a diverse background in assessment/evaluation services, including forensic psychological evaluations.

Steven A. Hamon, Ph.D. — In over thirty years’ clinical experience, Dr. Hamon has attained background with a wide variety of forensic psychological evaluations. A Licensed Clinical Psychologist, Dr. Hamon is board certified by examination at the Diplomate level in The American College of Forensic Examiners.

Forensic Team Members
(alphabetical order)

Michelle Baker, LCPC, CADC — Ms. Baker's experience includes working and testifying for the foster care system. She is a Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor who has over twelve years of experience with both treatment and assessments.

Marty Hanson, LCPC — Mr. Hanson's experience includes a great deal of marriage and family therapy. He is trained and certified in family mediation. He is especially interested in working with pre- and post-divorce families and in how divorce affects children.

Suzanne Jost, LCSW — With expertise in brief problem-focused methods of therapy (and as a no-nonsense New Yorker), Ms. Jost is an incisive dispute mediator (certified by the Academy of Family Mediators), and a compassionate, effective clinician for pre- and post-divorce care and blended family work.

Jonna L. Tyler, LCPC — Ms. Tyler’s experience has included leadership recognition by colleagues as president of a children’s therapy organization here in Illinois. She is an authority on children’s bonding and bond-development in newly blended families.