Clinical Psychologist: Generally speaking, these types of reports are used in family law and normally include key words like observation and attachment. They do not include psychometric testing but can have IQ testing in them. They are not a replacement for forensic reports. They are used in family law and sometimes clinical cases.
Psychologists are licensed in their profession of choice and this is approved because of their training. Thus, some are both clinical and forensic. But professionally it is best to choose an expert who has the requisite licence for the report required.
All too often Psychologists try to convince themselves they can write forensic reports when they really cannot and do not understand the nuances of the discipline.