Stephanie Stein Leite, Psy.D. has been a forensic psychological evaluator for over 15 years, focusing on juvenile court, family court and threat assessment. She most often works with complex situations. In addition to evaluations, Dr. Leite consults, providing insight into sticky cases, up-to-date research, and material analysis. Dr. Leite has also lectured extensively, enjoying explaining psychological constructs to attorneys , law enforcement, security and executives. She has lectured for the TarGet program, Connecticut’s InfraGard, the Hartford GAL academy, at the Institute of Living’s psychiatric grand rounds, at the Connecticut Psychological Association’s Forensic Division, and for the New England and DC chapters of ATAP.
Dr. Leite taught professional ethics at American International College and trained at Long Lane, The Village for Families and Children and the Institute of Living. She is currently an adjunct professor at the University Of Hartford, teaching forensics, and psychological assessment. She is the vice president of the New England chapter of the Association of Threat Assessment and the president of the Connecticut Psychological Association’s Forensic Division. She is the owner and principal at Forensic Intelligence, LLC, based in Hartford, CT.