Dr. Amy L. Gambow Ph.D.
Dr. Amy Gambow is a Licensed Psychologist who is specialized in forensic and clinical services. She provides a variety of evaluation needs in the areas of diagnostic, adaptive, social, behavioral, emotional, personality, and cognitive functioning. She is specialized in the area of forensic assessment, including mitigation, competency to stand trial, criminal responsibility, risk, psychosexual, parental capacity, and disability. She has extensive experience working with individuals experiencing symptoms of severe and persistent mental illness and substance abuse. Dr. Gambow has served as an expert witness in legal cases and she offers consultation for legal personnel.
Dr. Gambow earned her doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology with an emphasis in Forensic Psychology from Palo Alto University. She earned an accredited internship at Southeast Human Service Center in Fargo, North Dakota where she provided outpatient clinical services and forensic assessment. Dr. Gambow completed a postdoctoral fellowship at Emory University Psychiatry and Law Service where she specialized in criminal forensic evaluations and treatment. Dr. Gambow has worked as an inpatient psychologist within a state psychiatric hospital and as an outpatient forensic evaluator for the courts. She serves as an Adjunct Assistant Professor with Emory University School of Medicine, and she continues to participate in research related activities within the area of forensic services. She provides clinical supervision to trainees and works as a Part-Time Professor for Georgia State University. Dr. Gambow has published and presented on topics related to forensic assessment and treatment, clinical diagnostic evaluations, and juvenile offender