Eric Mart, Ph.D., ABPP, is a clinical and forensic psychologist who has been in private practice since 1987. He is licensed in New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Maine, Vermont and Virginia. Dr. Mart is board certified in forensic psychology by the American Board of Professional Psychology and also holds a Certificate of Professional Qualification in Psychology from the Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards. He is past president of the New Hampshire Psychological Association and a member of the State of New Hampshire’s Multidisciplinary Team for the Assessment of Sexually Violent Predators.

Dr. Mart has provided forensic assessments and expert testimony for courts throughout the United States and in Canada. His areas of practice and expertise include the assessment of criminal and civil competencies, mental state at time of offense, personal injury, child custody and parenting evaluations, and other psycho-legal issues. He is an internationally recognized expert in the area of Munchausen’s syndrome by proxy and has authored scholarly papers and a book, Munchausen’s Syndrome by Proxy Reconsidered, on this subject. Dr. Mart is also the author of The Practical Assessment of Testamentary Capacity and Undue Influence in the Elderly, Issue Focused Forensic Child Custody Assessment, and Getting Started in Forensic Psychology Practice. He has published numerous scholarly articles in peer reviewed psychology journals and law reviews on subjects including testamentary capacity and undue influence, forensic neuropsychology, child sexual abuse, and ethical issues.

Dr. Mart frequently provides workshops and training for state psychological associations and bar associations across the country. He has appeared on 20/20, Court TV, BBC Radio, National Public Radio, Investigation Discovery and local TV news programs. He has been interviewed and featured in publications including The New Yorker, The New York Times and Psychology Today.

In addition to his clinical and forensic work, Dr. Mart provides psycho-educational and school neuropsychological assessments and behavioral consultation for school districts and agencies serving individuals with developmental disabilities.