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Tomich, Niklos

Director of Forensic Psychological Services
Administration Rd. Bridgewater, MA 02324
(508) 279-8173

  • Clinical Licenses held:
    • Licensed doctoral psychologist at independent practice level
  • Ages of population served: 19 years and older
  • Genders Served:
    • Male
    • Female
    • Self-Identified gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgendered
  • Types of Services offered:
    • Risk Assessments
    • Court Testimony
  • Experience with Specialized Populations:
    • Mild Mental Retardation or developmental disability in the PDD/Autism Spectrum
    • Severe verbal or non-verbal learning disability
    • Severe trauma population (e.g., fragile PTSD, complex trauma adaptation, dissociation)
    • Co-occurring disorder: psychiatric disability and substance abuse
  • Language Proficiencies in Group/Individual sessions:
    • English
  • Residential Treatment Program:
  • Residential treatment program language proficiencies among line/shift staff:
    • English
  • Psychopharmacology Assessments Provided:   No
  • Onsite Access to provide Psychiatric Medication as part of services: Yes
  • Insurance Accepted: No
  • Description of work provided and philosophy of working with this population:
    • Court ordered evaluations pursuant to Massachusetts Gen. Laws Chapter 123 and 123A.