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A practicing psychologist in the state of Texas, Dr. Grace Graham maintains membership in the Texas Psychological Association and the Dallas Psychological Association. She has certification from the Texas Board of Examiners in both general psychology and as a specialist in school psychology. Dr. Graham also provides extensive services in forensic psychology and holds memberships in the American College of Forensic Examiners, the Collaborative Law Institute of Texas, and the American Psychology-Law Society. Dr. Grace Graham believes deeply in providing for the best interest of children in court. In addition to providing an impartial voice regarding children’s needs, Dr. Graham supports the Texas Loves Children charity, which aims to provide high-quality legal services for children suffering from abuse and neglect. As an expert in forensic psychology, Dr. Grace Graham offers criminal competency evaluations and assessment of psychological damages for victims of physical, sexual, and emotional abuse. She also lends her expertise to custody, personal injury, and competency cases. Previously, Dr. Grace Graham served as an adjunct faculty member at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center. She also served in this capacity for the Dallas Theological Seminary. As a psychologist, Dr. Graham has published in the Journal of Psychology and Theology, Christian Psychology, and Today’s Better Life. As a private practitioner, Dr. Graham runs Charis Counseling center, which she founded in 1992. At Charis, she focuses on helping children and families heal from the effect of prolonged family discord and litigation, which she believes is often detrimental to all involved. Dr. Graham’s practice also provides therapy on such issues as social anxiety, posttraumatic stress disorder, bipolar disorders, and depression. Dr. Grace Graham received a Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology from the Western Conservative Baptist Seminary in 1989. Two years later, she earned a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from George Fox University.