Dr. Robert DiCarlo received his doctorate in Counseling Psychology from Northern Arizona University and completed over 4,000 hours of pre- and post-doctoral training in forensic psychology. He is also credentialed as a Health Service Psychologist by the National Register of Health Service Psychologists. Dr. DiCarlo’s foundational background as a therapist informs a compassionate and fair approach to his specialized training in family court work. He has over a decade of experience working both within the public and private behavioral health sectors with individuals with serious mental illness, dual-diagnosis, substance use disorders, and personality disorders. Additionally, Dr. DiCarlo has worked in a collaborative and creative manner with police departments, Department of Child Safety, Division of Developmental Disabilities, and other allied agencies to deliver high quality, evidence-based and outcome-informed psychotherapeutic services. Dr. DiCarlo has developed a compassionate, ethical, and balanced approach to working with court litigants and their children, particularly when conflict has led to instability and impasses within the family.