Diane A. Tennies, PhD, LADC, is a forensic psychologist and is licensed as an alcohol and drug counselor in Maine. She is a past president of the Maine Psychological Association (MePA) and currently the chair of their legislative committee. Dr. Tennies obtained her PhD from the University of Maine and is currently an adjunct faculty member there. She is a rostered guardian ad litem and serves as the Vice-Chair of the Maine GAL Review Board.
Clinically, Dr. Tennies performs court-mandated and private forensic evaluations, including civil competencies, criminal responsibility, risk assessments, parental capacity, and child custody evaluations. She is also a National Health Consultant for Job Corps, providing consultation on substance abuse policy implementation and compliance to Job Corps’ Wellness Programs at centers in the Boston, Philadelphia and San Francisco regions for the National Office of Job Corps through a subcontract with Humanitas, Inc. in Silver Spring, MD.