Rhonda Greenberg, Psy.D.
Forensic Psychology Evaluations for Civil, Criminal and Immigration Issues


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Dr. Rhonda Greenberg, Psy.D.

Dr. Rhonda Greenberg is the Director and Owner of Center for Forensic and Clinical Psychology of New Jersey, LLC. (CFCPNJ). Dr. Greenberg is a Psychologist, specializing in forensic psychology and psychotherapy.  She is licensed in the states of New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin.  

She received her Doctorate in Psychology from the Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. She completed the Trauma and Recovery Certificate Program from Harvard University in 2011 and completed a postdoctoral degree in Forensic Psychology at St. John’s University in 2020. Most recently, she earned a certification in Complex Trauma (specializing in PTSD and Complex-PTSD) in March 2021, and is scheduled to complete a paralegal course with a criminal law specialization in October 2021.


With over 20 years of experiencing in conducting psychology evaluations for immigration related issues (including serving as a forensic expert for non-documented individuals who have committed alleged crimes), licensing issues, military related forensic issues, clergy sexual abuse, teacher sexual abuse, sexual trauma, police evaluatons, personal injury, and other defendant and plaintiff issues related to civil and criminal legal matters, Dr.Greenberg is highly recommended by attorneys throughout the nation. 



Rhonda E. Greenberg Psy. D.
Licensed Psychologist:

NJ S00354500, PA PS 008601-L, WI 3843-57

Karla Arevalo CFCPNJ 

Director of Operations and Finance

T: 973-267-7767
En Español: 973-216-9916
F: 1-833-446-0150



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