Lorio Forensics

Nicole D. Jackson

Dr. Nicole D. Jackson, a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, and a Senior Associate at Lorio Forensics. Dr. Jackson specializes in forensic mental health, having earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from Spelman College and a Masters in Social Work from Georgia State University, where she focused on the assessment and treatment of individuals involved in the criminal justice system. During this time, Dr. Jackson completed clinical practicums working with capital offenders, children with incarcerated parents, and disadvantaged populations. In 2018, she completed a Doctorate in Social Work from Walden University, concentrating her education and training on criminal justice and clinical practices. Dr. Jackson is an Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Morehouse School of Medicine and practices as a Behavioral Health Therapist.


Dr. Jackson has worked with children, adolescents, and adults across a diverse set of socioeconomic and racial backgrounds as a practitioner. Her treatment focuses on a range of psychological disturbances and trauma-related diagnoses. Dr. Jackson continues to enhance her involvement in this field through training, community involvement, and written publications. Dr. Jackson has trained and worked in collaboration with legal teams and forensic clinicians over many years. Her extensive forensic experience includes the federal, state, and juvenile sectors. She has worked collaboratively and independently to provide consultation and written reports in a range of civil and criminal cases including capital and felony charges, conducted psychosexual evaluations, performed trauma and mitigation assessments, and consulted in family court cases. Additionally, she is a certified administrator and interpreter of the Abel Psychosexual Assessment. Dr. Jackson has been admitted and testified as an expert in federal court for civil matters.

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