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Beth Clark Distinguished Service Contribution Award

Alan Goldstein

Alan M. Goldstein, Ph.D., ABPP earned his Ph.D. in clinical psychology at Fordham University in 1971. He is a diplomate in forensic psychology-ABPP and is on faculty at John Jay College of Criminal Justice. He has chaired the continuing education program of the American Academy of Forensic Psychology from 1987 through the present, and has developing a workshop series that has influenced professional development for thousands of forensic psychologists and has had a profoundly positive impact upon the specialty as well. He has served on the boards of American Board of Forensic Psychology and the American Board of Professional Psychology. He edited the book, Forensic Psychology, a volume of the Handbook of Psychology published by John Wiley and Sons, and Forensic Psychology: Emerging Topics and Expanding Roles, to be published in May by John Wiley and Sons, and has authored a number of journal articles and book chapters as well. He maintains an independent practice of criminal forensic psychology.