Clinical Services

Dr. Wexler and his associates offer clinical services in the following areas:


  • Relationship development and relationship healing through couples' therapy
  • Specialized treatment for "good men behaving badly" who need new skills in managing relationships
  • Parent support and training on a variety of topics, including positive techniques effective in managing behavior (positive discipline), communication skills, understanding childhood/adolescent depression and disruptive behavior disorders


  • Individual and treatment for secondary victims coping with the trauma of a loved one
    (for parents, guardians, siblings, etc.)
  • Individual treatment for male and female victims of stalking
  • Individual treatment for victims of domestic violence
  • Individual treatment for adults molested as children
  • Individual treatment for children and adolescents who are primary victims of maltreatment (physical, emotional, sexual, domestic violence)


Dr. Wexler and the other forensic experts at the Relationship Training Institute have consulted and testified in hundreds of forensic cases and offer the following services:

  • Expert witness evaluations and consultation for "Intimate Partner Battering and its Effects" (formerly known as "Battered Women's Syndrome") cases
  • Testimony to clarify issues of “perfect” and “imperfect” self-defense in domestic violence cases
  • Expert witness evaluations and consultation for understanding complex patterns of behavior in domestic violence cases
  • Screening and risk appraisal for domestic violence, sexual violence, and other offenders
  • Evaluation of emotional injury and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder issues, especially in cases of relationship violence
  • Assessment of “feigning” and “malingering” issues that are especially relevant to the legal case, utilizing the most contemporary and valid assessment tools
  • Expert witness evaluation and consultation to help clarify why victims of domestic violence behave in counter-intuitive fashion (recanting testimony, not cooperating with legal authorities, staying in relationship with offender, etc.)
  • Review of the forensic work of other professionals, evaluating the strengths and weaknesses of the forensic report to assist attorneys in legal strategy