Alexandra C. Linscott, PhD Expert Witness
Curriculum Vitae

Contact Information

  • Company: Forensic MED Group
  • Phone: 626 435 9500
  • Cell: 626 324 9657
  • Fax: 866 827 6225
  • Website: forensicmedgroup.com
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Specialties & Experience

General Specialties: Psychology

Specialty Focus: Clinical Psychology, Childhood Sexual Abuse, Sexual Harassment, Sexual Victimization, Stress, Trauma & Spirituality, Post War PTSD, Readiness for Discharge, Criminal, Immigration, Violence Assessment, Suicide Risk Assessment, Competency to Stand Trial

Education: PhD, Fuller Theological Seminary, Psychology, Pasadena, CA; MA, Fuller Theological Seminary, Theology, Pasadena, CA; BA, William Jessup University, Rocklin, CA

Years in Practice: 8

Number of Times Deposed/Testified in Last 4 Yrs: 15


Additional Information

Dr. Alexandra C. Linscott graduated with a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the Fuller Theological Seminary, Pasadena, CA in 2010. She has Masters in both psychology and Theology. Dr. Linscott has a private Forensic Psychology practice where she specializes in criminal and immigration proceedings. She is bilingual in English and Spanish and provides expert witness testimony for the Federal Immigration Court. Dr. Linscott also conducts psychological assessments and neuropsychological screenings.She served as a staff psychologist for seven years at the Patton State Hospital in Patton, CA providing forensic assessments of the prisoner population regarding suicide and violence risks, competency to stand trial and readiness for discharge and then testified regarding her finding as an expert witness in the California Superior Court. Dr. Linscott has taught at the Azusa Pacific University, Azusa CA, at the Christian Community College in Sun Valley, CA and at the Fuller Graduate School of Psychology. Her areas of research have included Childhood Sexual Abuse; Stress, Trauma and Spirituality among Urban Workers; and PTSD Caused by Post-War Community Violence in El Salvador. She has also presented papers at the Annual Meeting of the European Congress of Psychology in Prague, Czech Republic.