Thomas Haworth, Ph.D.
Dr. Haworth is a licensed psychologist in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, with over 30 years of clinical experience and specialized expertise in forensic psychology. He holds a Ph.D. from Bryn Mawr College in Clinical Developmental Psychology. In the past, Dr. Haworth served as the Executive Director of The Joseph J. Peters Institute, a nationally recognized center for the evaluation, treatment, and prevention of sexual violence. He spent 15 years providing evaluation and treatment for sexual offenders and survivors of sexual abuse and other traumas.
Dr. Haworth has also served on the faculty of Rutgers University in the Department of Psychology for the last 16 years in addition to other teaching engagements at The University of Pennsylvania Graduate School and the Medical College of Pennsylvania. In private practice, he is a consultant and expert witness for defense attorneys, courts, and prosecutors. He provides consultation to individuals, organizations, other mental health professionals, attorneys, and courts. In addition, he provides evaluation and psychotherapy services across a variety of clinical and forensic venues. Dr. Haworth is proud to have worked to bring trauma services into the community by establishing community partnerships and finding funding to deliver specialized supports in public housing, health centers, and other community locations.
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