Richard F. Spiegle, Psy.D. is a forensic and clinical psychologist, licensed in the State of Colorado with over twenty-five years of experience. He received his Doctor of Psychology degree from the University of Denver in 1979. He is a Board-certified Diplomate in Forensic Psychology, and a longstanding member of both the American Psychological Association and the Colorado Psychological Association. He is a frequent speaker at professional meetings and continuing legal educational seminars on various topics related to psychological and forensic issues. Dr. Spiegle has been an Adjunct Faculty member at Argosy University, the University of Northern Colorado, The University of Colorado at Denver, and at Bowling Green State University, where he has taught courses in Forensic Psychology, Clinical Psychology, and Special Education. He has served as a Clinical Affiliate at the University of Denver since 1990, where continues to provide clinical training and supervision for graduate students in the doctoral and master's programs.
Dr. Spiegle’s background, in addition to his forensic and clinical practice, includes many years of consultation in such settings as Head Start, Federal Corrections, and Child Protection Services and for agencies serving the developmentally disabled. He provided services as staff psychologist in a community mental health setting where he was the Coordinator of After-hours Emergency Services, Continuity of Care, and Hospital Services at the same agency. He completed mediation training at the nationally acclaimed Center for Dispute Resolution in Boulder, Colorado. Subsequent to that, he co-founded a professional mediation practice. He has served on boards of director for several human services and mental health organizations.
Dr. Spiegle has been married for over 30 years, has seven children, and has lived in Colorado for over 35 years.
Dr. Spiegle has published four articles, co-authored with an attorney, on the subjects of Legal Competency and Testamentary Capacity, which were featured in legal journals in Colorado, one of which is sited in the Colorado Revised Statutes. The full articles are linked below.
Links to the published articles:
*This work has been (adapted, modified, excerpted, updated, or otherwise changed) from its original form as published in: The Colorado Lawyer at: Vol. 21, No. 4, Month 12, Year 2002.
Sandi Raitz is the Office Manager, and has been working with Dr. Spiegle since October 2004. Ms. Raitz previously worked as a legal secretary for over ten years, and was an administrative assistant in the banking and construction industries for several years. Ms. Raitz handles all of the administrative operations of the office and keeps the practice running smoothly.
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