Learning disability assessments
Clark Clipson, Ph.D. is a licensed psychologist with over thirty-five years experience conducting psychological and neuropsychological evaluations with children, adolescents and adults. His private practice is devoted exclusively to conducting forensic, neuropsychological, psychological, and learning disability evaluations. He also worked as a psychotherapist from 1981 until 2001.
Dr. Clipson has conducted over 4200 evaluations, including over 2900 assessments involving criminal or civil matters. He has testified over 220 times, having qualified as an expert witness in most counties in California and in several states as well as in the Federal, military, family, and juvenile court systems. For 15 years, he was an adjunct faculty member at the California School for Professional Psychology, teaching courses in psychological and forensic assessment and professional ethics. He has served as a consultant for numerous organizations, including the California Judicial Counsel, the California Department of Mental Health, the U.S. Marine Corps JAG, the Office of the Public Defender, the California Forensic Assessment Project, San Diego Juvenile Court, and various community mental health organizations. He has conducted hundreds of neuropsychological and learning disability evaluations, including evaluations for developmental disabilities, ADHD and traumatic brain injury. He is a Past-President of the San Diego Psychological Association and was elected to Fellow status of this organization in 1998.