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Dr. Caddy is a Clinical and Forensic Psychologist licensed in the States of Florida and also in Australia. He holds Diplomate and/or Fellowship status within the American Board of Clinical Psychology, the Behavior Therapy and Research Society, the International Academy of Behavioral Medicine, the American Academy of Clinical Psychology, the American Academy of Forensic Examiners, and the American Board of Sexology. He is also a Fellow of the American Psychology Association, a member of the American Association of Cognitive and Behavioral Therapy, and a member of both the Colleges of Clinical and Forensic Psychology of the Australian Psychological Society.
Dr. Caddy was awarded a Doctor of Philosophy degree in Clinical Psychology from the University of New South Wales, Australia. In the mid 1970s he took up a clinical research scientist position at the Neuropsychiatric Institute, University of California, Los Angeles and was promoted to progressively more senior academic positions at several major medical schools and universities, becoming Professor and Director of Clinical Training in the Behavioral Sciences Faculty of Nova Southeastern University and also Clinical Professor of Psychology within Nova’s School of Medicine. Dr. Caddy has served on the editorial board of a number of scientific journals, and for more than ten years he was series editor for the Advances in Clinical Psychology and Behavioral Medicine series for a major publisher. Dr. Caddy now serves on the Editorial Board of the American Journal of Family Therapy. Dr. Caddy has published more than one hundred peer reviewed scientific manuscripts, numerous monographs, four books, and several internet-based distance learning programs. He has consulted with dozens of private and public organizations from the online test developer, Psych Systems, to the British Broadcasting Corporation in the production of their series Crimes of the Century. He has also consulted for numerous state agencies, including the California Department of Mental Hygiene, the Virginia Office of the Capital Collateral Representative, and the Florida Department of Children and Families. A the national level he has consulted for the National Institutes of Health, the United States Air Force, the Secret Service, and the Veterans Administration.
In 1990 Dr. Caddy left full time academia and entered the practice of clinical and forensic psychology. He has directed the American Academy of Behavioral Medicine, and the Institute of Forensic and Clinical Psychology. Today he runs his own practice. Dr. Caddy has served broadly as a clinician and/or expert in well over a thousand legal cases, including criminal, labor relations, Federal Title Seven and State Discrimination cases. In personal injury cases he is well known for his involvement in matters of high trauma including brain injury [the Delta 191 crash in Dallas, the Sunset Limited crash in Louisiana], for torture and brutality cases including his work in war crimes cases. Dr. Caddy also has worked extensively in issues involving the formation of cults and of mind control. He has also worked in multiple aspects of family law and high conflict divorce. It was within this context that his earlier work in mind control led him to develop at first and interest and eventually an expertise in Parental Alienation. Dr. Caddy has been a consultant to and/or qualified as an expert and testified in some two thousand cases in both State and Federal Courts in the United States, Canada, and Australia. Over one hundred of these cases have involved issues in parental alienation.