Dr. Tiffany Clomax is a Forensic Clinician in Illinois. She received her doctoral degree in Clinical Forensic Psychology from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology.
Dr. Clomax has experience working with children, adolescents, and adults in correctional, community, psychiatric, and outpatient forensic settings. She completed her internship at Mississippi State Hospital, where she also served as Chief Resident. During her internship, she completed rotations in forensics, substance use, and child/adolescent psychology. She then completed an ABFP-approved postdoctoral fellowship in forensic psychology at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences/Arkansas State Hospital. During her fellowship, Dr. Clomax completed adult and juvenile forensic evaluations. Her main areas of experience included fitness to stand trial, criminal responsibility, and violence risk assessments.
She was elected to serve on a Committee of the American Psychology-Law Society as Secretary. During her appointment, she developed the Minority Student Initiative, which aims to highlight the contributions of minority students in psychology and law. As recognition of her dedication to multicultural competence throughout her academic career and professional work, Dr. Clomax was presented with the Diversity Award by the faculty members of the forensic psychology department at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology.
In addition to her clinical work, she teaches graduate courses in forensic psychology. Dr. Clomax is a member of the American Psychology-Law Society, where she serves on a Professional Committee, the American Psychological Association, the Association of Black Psychologists, as well as the Illinois Psychological Association. Her clinical and research interests include: trauma, false confessions, and police interrogation practices.
She performs forensic assessment and evaluation and provides Expert Witness Testimony for Shelton Forensic Solutions.