Michael G. Brock, MA, LMSW
Michael G. Brock provides comprehensive and high quality counseling and forensic (court-related) evaluations in a private practice setting. He has extensive experience in evaluating individuals and families from a family systems perspective. He has been in practice for over 40 years in a variety of areas, and currently specializes in:
In the past, he has also provided consultation to attorneys and the courts regarding current standards in mental health evidence as defined by forensic literature, professional guidelines and ethics codes, performed child custody evaluations, forensic interviews of children, and provided assistance with case preparation for attorneys by assessing the psychological evidence for and against their clients, reviewing treatment records, and preparing for cross-examining expert witnesses.
Mr. Brock holds two mental health licenses (psychology and social work), and has provided local workshops and seminars for The Guidance Center, the Dearborn Downriver branch of the Michigan Bar Association, and the Michigan Association of Professional Psychologists. He has also volunteered his time to participate in Judge Randy Kalmbach's "Court in the Schools" program, held at Downriver Detroit High Schools in Wyandotte and Riverview, and the Southgate Sobriety Court Program. He is an avid reader of current psychological forensic research, and Michigan statutes, court rules, and case law related to driver's license restoration, child custody and child abuse investigation, and has published two books and many articles on these subjects. His monthly column appears in the Detroit Legal News, and some of his writings are available online and in other publications.
Mr. Brock has been practicing psychology and has worked within the Michigan court system for over 34 years.
Contact Michael G. Brock, MA, LMSW today at 313-802-0863, or browse the website for more information on his services.