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A forensic evaluator is either a psychologist, psychiatrist or social worker. They should have a large portion of their practice devoted to the area of forensics.
Or they may be a mental health counselor at the doctoral level. Generally the law refers to a "qualified mental health" evaluator, rather than specifying a discipline.
Aside from the professions you listed, custody evalutions can be done by LMFT, Mental Health Counselors. Evaluations can also be done by NBCFE - Mental Health Counselors.
This section left out doctoral level mental health counselors. Social workers are not really qualified to do forensic evaluations at a masters level (MSW)