Hannah Walsh, PhD

Assistant Professor


Hannah Walsh, Ph.D. (2021, Doctor of Philosophy in Clinical Psychology, University of North Texas; 2021, Predoctoral Internship, Western State Hospital; 2022, Postdoctoral Fellowship in Forensic Psychology, Office of Forensic Mental Health Services at Western State Hospital): Dr. Walsh serves as an Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychiatry and the Assistant Director of the Forensic Psychiatry Fellowship. She has training and experience in forensic evaluations of adults and juveniles, as well as in general psychological assessment. Dr. Walsh provides a variety of forensic evaluations services across the state, including competency to stand trial, not guilty by reason of insanity (NGRI), violence risk assessment, mitigation, personal injury, parental custody, and parental fitness.  Dr. Walsh additionally supervises Adult Psychiatry residents as well as the Forensic Psychiatry Fellow in forensic evaluations. Her professional and clinical interests include the development and validation of forensic assessment instruments, empirically-based forensic evaluation techniques, and developmental trajectories towards psychopathic personality characteristics.