Cindy H. Feng, JD, PsyD Expert Witness

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General Specialties: Forensic Psychology and Psychology

Specialty Focus: IME, Fitness for Duty, Chronic Pain, PTSD, Standard of Care, Malpractice, Neuropsychological Testing, Accident, Personal Injury, Disability, Trauma, Abuse

Education: BA Asian Studies, Yale University; JD, Harvard Law School; PsyD, Rutgers Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology

Years in Practice: 2


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Dr. Cindy H. Feng, J.D., Psy.D. received a B.A. in Asian Studies from Yale University in 2003, and graduated magna cum laude. She then went on to earn her J.D from Harvard Law School with a focus on Immigration Law in 2006. Dr. Feng than earned her Doctorate of Clinical Psychology at Rutgers Graduate School of Applied & Profession Psychology in Piscataway, New Jersey in 2016. From 2016 to the present, she has been working as a Staff Psychologist for the California Department of State Hospitals in Napa, California. Dr. Feng has received the Pre-doctoral Fellow Award from the American Psychological Association Minority Fellowship Program, the Graduate Scholar Merit Award from Rutgers University, and is a member of The American Psychological Association of Graduate Students, New York State Psychological Association, China American Psychoanalytic Alliance, New York Coalition for Asian American Mental Health, American Immigration Lawyers Association, and The New Jersey Psychological Association for Graduate Students. She is still a registered member of the New York Bar and looks forward to combine her legal expertise with her passion for psychology. Dr. Feng is also fluent in Mandarin. Her research interests include severe mental illness, ADHD, personality disorders, impact of language, culture, and immigration on clinical diagnosis, and the phenomenology of psychosis. Her clinical interests include dialectical behavioral therapy, psychodynamic and humanistic theories, evidence-based treatment for depression, anxiety, and personality disorders, psychosocial rehabilitation, culturally-competent therapeutic interventions and psychological assessments for ethnic minorities, inpatient psychiatric care, culturally competent forensic evaluations, substance abuse treatment.