Reneau Kennedy specializes in the interface of human behavior with questions of law. She is a Boston University and Harvard educated clinical and forensic psychologist and neuropsychologist who has worked for over twenty years as a researcher and practitioner in the field of law and psychology. She has been involved in policy creation and policy implementation for several state and private agencies where mental health and criminal justice concerns intersect. Dr. Kennedy is in private practice in Hawaii where she performs forensic case consultations and serves as an expert in court related matters. Having been a guest lecturer nationally and internationally, Dr. Kennedy enjoys sharing her mission, which is to help people understand the purpose and dynamics of human behavior and to provide explanation for behavior in a larger context.