Hawaii – Pacific Assessment Clinic, Honolulu, Hawaii

Marvin W. Acklin, PhD PC is the site of the Hawaii – Pacific Assessment Clinic. The clinic is directed by Dr. Acklin with his staff of trained psychological assistants. The clinic provides a broad range of assessment consultation for children, adolescents, and adults, for clinical, administrative, and forensic purposes. Dr. Acklin is board-certified in clinical, assessment, and forensic psychology, and is a HIMS-qualified examiner for the FAA. The clinic has the latest in cutting edge assessment tools and methods, including a large assessment inventory and library. The clinic conducts ongoing research in applied psychological assessment. Dr. Acklin has conducted over 3500 evaluations since opening the clinic in 1990. Assessment services include:

• Forensic Neuropsychological evaluation (TBI, FAA disease protocols)
• Cognitive assessment
• Neuropsychological Evaluation
• Adaptive behavior assessment
• Psychoeducational evaluation for LD, ADHD, intellectual disability, and other special conditions
• Clinical personality assessment for diagnostic and treatment planning
• Forensic psychological evaluation: mental state at the time of the offense, competency to stand trial, civil competency, violence and recidivistic risk assessment
• Workplace and campus Threat assessment and management
• Legal capacity assessments of children, adolescents, and adults, including elderly capacity
• Psychological evaluation in personal injury cases, including IMEs
• Child custody evaluation
• Psychological evaluation in Family Court of children and adults
• Violence risk assessments for bail, restraining order, and sentencing
• High stakes personnel selection (e.g., aviation and law enforcement)
• Fitness for duty evaluations
• Firearms permit clearance
• Forensic record reviews and consultation

Dr. Acklin is court-qualified in state, federal, military, and immigration courts of law. He has presented over 100 times in local and national meetings. Dr. Acklin has published over 50 peer-reviewed articles in the professional clinical and forensic assessment literature.

Contact Information: phone: (808) 373-3889, fax: (808) 373-1158, email: acklin@hawaii.edu.


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