Welcome to the Behavioral Consultants, Inc. (BCI) Clinic!
Behavioral Consultants, Inc. is a private company committed to providing expert, timely and ethically-sound clinical and forensic services throughout the state of Wisconsin.
Behavioral Consultants, Inc. (BCI) consists in several doctoral mental health professionals who provide a range of clinical and forensic mental health evaluations and related services. Our staff is committed to ongoing education and training in order to provide our clients with relevant, cogent, high quality and ethically-sound consultation and evaluations. BCI practitioners hold advanced degrees and pertinent qualifications to conduct referrals within his or her identified specialty areas. As a private, group practice based in Wisconsin, BCI provides expert evaluations and services addressing a wide range of psycho-legal issues, including:
Diagnostic and dispositional evaluations
Criminal non-responsibility (not guilty by reason of mental disease or defect/NGI)
Conditional release (NGI commitment)
Miranda comprehension and waiver
Waiver to adult court/ “reverse-waiver”
Violence risk assessment
Sex offender risk assessment
Fitness for duty
Disability determination (Social Security Administration)
Civil competency (Chapter 54 Guardianship)
Least restrictive protective placement (Chapter 55 Watts review)
A forensic psychological evaluation can be critical in the resolution of a legal matter. BCI understands this fact and the imperative of providing timely, objective, comprehensive evaluations consistent with applicable legal and professional standards. Effective communication of evaluation findings – in written reports and oral testimony – is a key component of the forensic evaluation process. BCI clinicians communicate evaluation findings in a concise, clear manner and fashion reports aimed to stand up to the rigors of legal scrutiny. BCI clinicians have been called upon to provide advanced training in forensic report writing both regionally and nationally.
Referring and Scheduling
Referrals to our forensic group are received from a variety of sources, including government entities or agencies, attorneys, and other companies. BCI can receive referrals as an agency for assignment to qualified professionals as well as to individual clinicians. BCI professionals routinely accept referrals from state Circuit Courts, Corporation Counsel, Social Security Administration, Department of Vocational Rehabilitation, defense attorneys, the Office of the District Attorney, an employer or other agency.
To make a referral to BCI or to one of our qualified practitioners, please call (414) 271-5577. You will then be directed to an examiner who performs the service required.
To help the referral process, please be prepared to discuss briefly the nature of the evaluation needed and related details. You will then provide you with an estimate of the length of time to complete services and an appointment date and time. Evaluations can occur in our offices in Milwaukee or off-site, depending upon your client’s circumstances.
Billing is handled on a case-by-case basis. Typically, the referral source versus the examinee is responsible for the costs of services rendered. An estimate of the cost of an evaluation can be obtained at the time of referral. Due to the nature of forensic examinations, we are unable to submit to insurance.
Our forensic services group has two convenient downtown Milwaukee offices located near the interstate and major bus lines. Click here for more information.
757 N Broadway, Suite 500
Milwaukee, WI 53202
Tel: (414) 271 – 5577
Wisconsin Forensic Unit
Tel: (414) 293 - 8320