Retired Lieutenant commander (LCDR) Dr. Stephen Alfred Talmadge, Jr. was awarded a Ph.D. in psychology in 1989, after which he served as a licensed clinical psychologist during his 20-year career in the Navy. In 1997, he became a Diplomate in Forensic Psychology, performing evaluations and testifying in military proceedings for all services, worldwide.
Prior to opening his own firm, he was an associate lawyer at a private law firm. Before that, Steve was employed by a public defender, working on cases that involved involuntary commitment in psychiatric facilities. Steve was selected as a law clerk at a U. S. Attorney’s office during law school.
License, Recommendations, & Affiliation
Steve is licensed by the Florida Bar as an attorney, is a recommended lawyer of the Citizen’s Commission on Human Rights of Florida and mentalhealthrights.org, and volunteers weekly at a general hospital that does not have a Baker Act receiving facility. Steve was previously licensed in three states as a psychologist. In 1997 he was awarded Diplomate status (Forensic Psychology).
Steve is published in both psychological and legal journals.