Psychosexual Evaluations

Psychosexual Evaluations Dr. Vincent at ForenPsych Consulting and Assessment Services L.L.C. offers objective, comprehensive, and thorough evaluations for individuals.

Psychosexual evaluations requires the forensic examiner to look for risk factors by reviewing materials relevant to the offenses such as: statements to the police, previous psychological evaluations, witness accounts of his/her behavior, and past criminal record.

Psychological testing include assessments such as the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory – Second Edition (MMPI-2) and the Personality Assessment Inventory (PAI). Dr. Vincent’s psychosexual evaluations contains a social history, mental status examination and a detailed personality make-up of the individual. Future risk assessment includes the use of empirically validated actuarial instruments (i.e., Static-99R, Static-2002R), the Stable-2007, Acute-2007, application of additional research based risk and protective factors to sexually reoffend, and a clinical interview are also utilized. A detailed examination of test results, clinical interview, and collateral information, allows Dr. Vincent to gain a better understanding whether that individual possesses emotional behavioral disturbances and/or psychopathy that would increase their risk for re-offending.


The following areas are also investigated in psychosexual evaluations:.

  • Sexual developmental history, sexual arousal patterns and interest, deviance, and paraphilic disorders

  • Personality pathology and strengths

  • Level of deception, denial, minimization and use of justifications

  • Acceptance of responsibility and accountability for behavior

  • Mental disorder and relevant prior mental health history

  • Drug and alcohol use

  • Recent maladaptive behavior

  • Medical/neurological/pharmacological needs

  • Level of violence and coercion

  • Motivation and amenability for treatment

  • High-risk behaviors

  • Risk of re-offense including actuarial risk and other empirical based risk and protective factors

  • Level of treatment and supervision need