Technical consultancy for court cases
What is a CTP Psychologist?
The term CTP stands for Technical Consultant for a Party: a technical specialist, in our case a forensic psychologist, who intervenes to help you if are in a judicial procedure in which an assessment of your psychological or neurological state is necessary or appropriate.
The judge who deems that a psychological or neuropsychological evaluation of the parties is necessary, is responsible for appointing a psychologist expert of his choice (a Technical Consultant of the Office, CTU) to carry out the evaluations and report his impressions. The parties have the option that a trusted forensic psychologist, precisely the Party Technical Consultant (CTP), can check the correctness of the assessment made by the CTU.
The CTP can request additions or changes to the investigation method and can raise objections to the assessment made by the CTU.
When do I need a CTP psychologist?
Separations / divorces / marriage annulments, with personality assessments.
Placement of minors, with parental capacity assessments.
Insurance litigation, with assessments of psychological biological damage and existential damage.
Property disputes, with assessments of competence to stand trial
Causes of mobbing, with evaluations of subjective malaise.
DO YOU NEED A PSYCHOLOGIST FOR A COURT CASE?
Get in touch with one of our forensic psychologists, or send a general request