Forensic interviewing and assessment
Tamar Kenworthy, PsyD, is an Associate Professor in the Clinical PsyD Program at the California School of Professional Psychology (CSPP) of Alliant International University. Dr. Kenworthy teaches courses in assessment measures, report writing, as well as forensic specialty courses. She is the Forensic Emphasis coordinator on the Fresno campus and a licensed psychologist practicing in the forensic field for over fifteen years. Dr. Kenworthy brings her knowledge and experience of working with offender populations, court testimony, and report writing for the courts to the classroom. She has primary research interests in assessment measure utility in forensic settings and correctional officer stress. She also conducts trainings and professional lectures on various topics such as malingering, suicide risk assessment and prevention, and clinical supervision.
- Dissertation: Coping Strategies in Hispanic and Caucasian Children with a History of Emotional, Sexual and Physical Abuse as Measured by the Rorschach and the Children's Depression Inventory
- B.S., Psychology, Magna Cum Laude
- Psy.D., Forensic Psychology
- Lumina Scholar
T. Kenworthy, Psy.D. and K. Shay Litton, Psy.D. (2006). Fetishism: Development, Personality Characteristics, Theories and Treatment Indicators for the Fetishist. Sex Crimes and Paraphilias, Eric W. Hickey (Ed.). New Jersey: Pearson Education Incorporated.
T. Kenworthy, Psy.D., and F. Bloem, Ph.D. (2006). Obtaining Sexual Arousal in Public: The Development and Treatment of the Exhibitionist. Sex Crimes and Paraphilias, Eric W. Hickey (Ed.). New Jersey: Pearson Education Incorporated.
T. Kenworthy, Psy.D. (2006). Stalking: Legislative Development and The Impact on Victims. Sex Crimes and Paraphilias, Eric W. Hickey (Ed.). New Jersey: Pearson Education Incorporated