H.D. (“De”) Kirkpatrick, Ph.D.
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H.D. Kirkpatrick, Ph.D.
President, NACC Board of Directors
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H.D. ("De") Kirkpatrick, Ph.D. is a forensic psychologist and author in private practice in Charlotte, NC. He has been a member of the NACC for about 15 years and is President of its Board of Directors. His subspecialties within forensic psychology include abuse and neglect cases within civil and criminal law. His newest writing project involves an exploration of American slavery with a descendant of a man held in bondage by De's great, great, great grandfather.