On November 17, 2016, Dr. D’Arienzo, Florida Forensic and Clinical Psychologist, served as a panel expert discussing mental health issues related to family lawyers and their clients. He also discussed capacity assessments, psychological testing, comprehensive psychological evaluations, psychological disorders, and how orders for psychological evaluations could be better written. This event also allowed family law attorneys to earn a CLE credit. Dr. D’Arienzo thanks the Family Law Division of the American Inns of Court in Jacksonville, Florida for this wonderful opportunity.
Dr. D’Arienzo’s 2016 Bio:
Dr. Justin D’Arienzo, is a Board Certified Clinical Psychologist, a distinction held by only five percent of psychologists nationally. Dr. D’Arienzo completed his undergraduate degree at Furman University and University of North Florida, master’s and doctoral training at Nova Southeastern University, psychology internship at Portsmouth Naval Medical Center and psychology residency at Pensacola Naval Hospital. Once a licensed psychologist, he began his career as a US Navy Psychologist holding such positions as the Director of Psychological Services, Joint Medical Group/Joint Task Force, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, and Director of Psychological Services and the Substance Abuse Rehabilitation Program, USS KITTY HAWK Carrier Strike of the Pacific Fleet. Since leaving the Navy in 2008, he established D’Arienzo Psychological Group. He is a Clinical and Forensic Psychologist specializing in psychological evaluations, social investigations, parental fitness evaluations, parenting coordination, and reunification therapy. He has been qualified as an expert witness to testify in civil and criminal cases at the state (Florida and Tennessee) and federal levels and in the military court system.