Florida License #PY0004966
B. Winick, Psy.D. has a professional career involving both
clinical work and forensic work.
clinical work, Dr. Winick helps children, adolescents, and
adults achieve their true potential and gain greater satisfaction
from their lives. He offers psychological evaluations and
psychotherapy as a means to assess and treat individuals.
Dr. Winick works with children diagnosed with problems such
as Attention-deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Learning Disabilities,
Oppositonal Defiant Disorder, Eating Disorders, Depression,
and Anxiety. He also treats adults with Alcohol and Substance
abuse problems, Anxiety, Phobias, inability to control anger,
and Depression. His clinical practice specializes in, but
is not limited to, psychological evaluation and psychotherapy
with children with school-related problems.
Winick is affiliated with The Psych Team. The Psych Team is
a multi-disciplinary mental health practice. The Psych Team
was formed in 1990 and has developed an excellent reputation
in the community. Dr. Winick has a mutual referral relationship
with the other mental health practitioners of The Psych Team.
Thus, if Dr. Winick is unable to see a person for any reason,
he will refer the person to a skilled Psych Team clinician.
Also, on occasion, Dr. Winick may refer the family member(s)
of a current patient to another clinician. Dr. Winick's affiliation
with The Psych Team enables close communication between the
clinicians who are working together to help the same family.
forensic work, Dr. Winick conducts forensic psychological
evaluations geared toward answering legal questions focusing
on whether an individual has some type of impairment. His
evaluations are conducted within the context of the relevant
legal statutes which allows the court to easily apply the
conclusions to legal decision-making. Dr. Winick completes
competency to proceed evaluations, child custody evaluations,
termination of parental rights evaluations, mental state at
the time of the offense evaluations, and assessment of treatment
needs. His forensic work specializes in, but is not limited
to, violence risk assessment.
B. Winick received his Bachelors of Science in Clinical Psychology
at Tufts University in Boston, Massachusetts. He completed
his Masters and Doctoral Degrees at Nova Southeastern University
in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. While at Nova, he assisted teaching
Psychological Testing and Report Writing at the doctoral level.
Dr. Winick joined the American Psychological Association as
a student affiliate and is currently a member of the American
Psychological Association, APA Division 41 (American Psychology
- Law Society), the Florida Psychological Association, and
the Broward County Psychological Association. .
has been practicing in the south Florida area since 1991.
In addition to his clinical and forensic work, he has an adjunct
faculty appointment at Nova Southeastern University. In the
past, Dr. Winick had an adjunct faculty appointment at Broward
Community College where he taught psychology classes to undergraduates.
Dr. Winick is the author of a book chapter on risk assessment
in domestic violence cases and a journal article about conducting
play therapy with an autistic child. Dr. Winick has made psychology
presentations, related to his work, in both the United States
M., Dinehard, L., & Winick, C. (2016). Child centered play therapy for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. In A. Drewes and C. Schaefer (Eds). Play Therapy in Middle Childhood (pp. 257-274). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
M., Alvarez, K., Donohue, B. & Winick, C. (2008). Overview
of behavioral assessment with adults. In M. Hersen and J.Rosqvist
(Eds). Handbook of
psychological, assessment, case conceptualization and treatment.
(pp 3-25). New York: John Wiley and Sons.
- Kenny, M. and Winick, C. (2003).
Reporting allegations of sexual abuse that occur within
the context of child custody evaluations. Florida
Psychologist, 54, (2), 12-13.
C. (2003). BCPA Offers Four Special Awards at the Twenty-Ninth
Annual Broward County Science Fair. In Broward County
Psychologist Newsletter, 24, (2), 2
C. (2002). Balancing a clinical and forensic practice. In
Broward Psychologist Newsletter, 22, (1), 1-3
C. & Kenny, M. (2001) Risk Assessment in domestic violence.
In Daya Sandhu (Ed.), Faces of Violence: Psychological
Correlates, Concepts and Harm Reduction Strategies,
319-335. New York: Nova Science Publishers, Inc.
M.C. & Winick, C.B. (2000) "An Integrative Approach
to Play Therapy with an Autistic Child". The International
Journal of Play Therapy. 9, (1), 11-33.
C.B. (2000). Book review of Stalkers and Their Victims.
Expert Evidence: Behavioral Science in Legal Context,
C. (2011). Building a Successful Private Practice: Managed
Care Considerations and Carving a Niche. Florida Psychological
Association Summer Conference. West Palm Beach, FL.
C. & Kenny, M. (2006). Learning Disabilities: Identification,
Assessment, and Counseling Strategies. Florida Psychological
Association summer conference. Sarasota, FL.
P., Gross, A., & Winick, C. (2003). Psychological Testing
in Child Custody & Dependency Evaluations. The Law-Psychology
Association of South Florida. Ft. Lauderdale, FL.
C. & Kenny, M. (2002). Domestic Violence Workshop. The
North Central Florida Chapter of the Florida Psychological
Association: Community Education Series. Gainesville,
C. & Kenny, M. (2002). Working with Families of Divorce:
Understanding and Conducting Child Custody Evaluations and
Psychotherapy with Children of Divorced Homes. Florida
Psychological Association summer conference. St. Petersburg,
D., Erickson, K., Bacher, N., Bernstein, A, Shir, J., Kenny,
M., Winick, C., Zimmerman, M., & Barnett, J. (2002).
This Wasn't Talked About in School! Mentoring the Young
Psychologist. American Psychological Association: 110th
Annual Convention. Chicago, Illinois.
C. Forensic Evaluation of Stalkers. XXVII International
Congress of Psychology. July, 2000. Stockholm, Sweden.
C. (1999). Child Custody Evaluations. Broward County
Psychological Association. May, 1999, Hollywood, Florida.
- Law-Psychology Association
of South Florida
- American Psychological Association
- Florida Psychological Association
- Broward County Psychological
- Association of Broward County
- Affiliate Member of the Family
Law Section of the Florida Bar