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Accredited Psychiatry & Medicine Medical & Psychiatric Experts
Cambridge, Massachusetts
96 Larchwood Drive, 02138


Contact:  Harold J. Bursztajn, MD
www.forensic-psych.com
617-492-8366 Or Toll Free
harold_bursztajn@hms.harvard.edu
Medical & Psychiatric Experts
96 Larchwood Drive
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138

Contact:  Harold J. Bursztajn, MD
www.forensic-psych.com
617-492-8366
harold_bursztajn@hms.harvard.edu
Dr. Bursztajn, MD continues to have an active clinical practice and consults as a forensic psychiatric expert and teaches nationally both as an individual and as a distinguished multispecialty team expert. He has had a long standing special interest in medical and psychiatric diagnosis. His publications analyzing clinical and forensic neuropsychiatric diagnosis and misdiagnosis range from the highly acclaimed book Medical Choices, Medical Chances through Analysis: DSM Biases Evident in Clinical Training and Courtroom Testimony published in the September 2007 issue of Psychiatric Annals.
Information:  
Forensic Psychiatry,  Forensic Psychology,  Medical Devices,  Medical Malpractice,  Neuropsychiatry,  Neuropsychology,  Pharmaceuticals,  Pharmacology,  Post Traumatic Stress,  Product Liability,  Psychiatric Medicine,  Psychiatry,  Psychological Autopsy,  Psychopharmacology,  Standard Practice (Suicide),  Suicide, 


Dr. Bursztajn, MD continues to have an active clinical practice and consults as a forensic psychiatric expert and teaches nationally both as an individual and as a distinguished multispecialty team expert. He has had a long standing special interest in medical and psychiatric diagnosis. His publications analyzing clinical and forensic neuropsychiatric diagnosis and misdiagnosis range from the highly acclaimed book Medical Choices, Medical Chances through Analysis: DSM Biases Evident in Clinical Training and Courtroom Testimony published in the September 2007 issue of Psychiatric Annals.

Forensic Psychiatric Associates, LLC.
Jersey City, New Jersey
239 Washington Street, Suite 409, 07302


Contact:  Alberto M. Goldwaser, M.D., D.F.A.P.A.
www.forensic-psych-assoc.com
English/Spanish

201-314-8637 Or Toll Free
agoldwasermd@nyumc.org
239 Washington Street, Suite 409
Jersey City, New Jersey 07302

Contact:  Alberto M. Goldwaser, M.D., D.F.A.P.A.
www.forensic-psych-assoc.com
English/Spanish

201-314-8637
agoldwasermd@nyumc.org
Second Location in NEW YORK CITY.
Information:  
Alzheimers Disease,  Discrimination,  Forensic Psychiatry,  Geriatrics,  Independent Medical Examiners,  Insanity Defense,  Malingering,  Medical Malpractice,  Neuropsychiatry,  Personal Injury,  Post Traumatic Stress,  Psychiatric Malpractice,  Psychiatric Medicine,  Psychiatry,  Psychological Autopsy,  Psychology,  Psychopharmacology,  Race Discrimination,  Risk Assessment,  Sexual Abuse,  Sexual Harassment,  Suicide,  Wrongful Death, 


Second Location in NEW YORK CITY.

Pacific Neuropsychiatric Institute Professor Vernon Neppe MD, PhD(Med), FRSSAf, DFAPA, BN&NP-17, FFPsych(SA), FCPsych, FRCPC-10, MMed(Psych), DABPN, DPCP(ECA), DSPE, FAPA, DACFM, DABFE, DABPS, FACFE, MB, BCh, DPsM, BA
Seattle, Washington
6300 Ninth Avenue NE, Suite 353, 98115


Contact:  Professor Vernon Neppe MD
http://www.vernonneppe.org/forensic.php
206-527-6289 Or Toll Free
psyche@pni.org
Professor Vernon Neppe MD, PhD(Med), FRSSAf, DFAPA, BN&NP-17, FFPsych(SA), FCPsych, FRCPC-10, MMed(Psych), DABPN, DPCP(ECA), DSPE, FAPA, DACFM, DABFE, DABPS, FACFE, MB, BCh, DPsM, BA
6300 Ninth Avenue NE, Suite 353
Seattle, Washington 98115

Contact:  Professor Vernon Neppe MD
http://www.vernonneppe.org/forensic.php
206-527-6289
psyche@pni.org
Professor Vernon M Neppe MD, PhD(Med), FRSSAf, DFAPA, BN&NP-17, FFPsych(SA), FCPsych, FRCPC-10, MMed(Psych), DABPN, DPCP(ECA), DSPE, FAPA, DACFM, DABFE, DABPS, FACFE, MB, BCh, DPsM, BA is Director, Pacific Neuropsychiatric Institute (PNI), Seattle, WA & (Adj) Prof, SLU, St Louis.
He is a Internationally renowned neuropsychiatrist, behavioral neurologist, psychopharmacologist, psychiatrist, epileptologist / seizures, in-demand communicator, civil forensic expert (defense or plaintiff), peer-respected clinician, consciousness researcher, extensively published academic (>700 publications including abstracts and those in press), book-author (10 plus books) and incisive thinker, recipient of international awards, Professor Vernon M Neppe MD,PhD(Med), FRSSAf, DFAPA, BN&NP-17, FFPsych(SA), FCPsych, FRCPC-10, MMed(Psych), DABPN, DPCP(ECA), DSPE, FAPA, DACFM, DABFE, DABPS, FACFE, MB, BCh, DPsM, BABoard Sub-specialty UCNS (Behavioral Neurology / Neuropsychiatry ABPN (BC Psychiatry, sub-specialty Forensic Psychiatry -04 Geriatric Psychiatry-11), DPsM (with Neurology / Psychiatry), DSPE, DABFM, DABFE, DABPS (Psychopharmacology), FACFE, LMACFE, FCPsych, MB, BCh,, BA, FRCPC-10, is one of the most highly qualified medical experts in the USA. Used nationally and internationally, at all levels of cases (early on to rebuttal), he prefers civil medicolegal expert work, attempting to equalize defense and plaintiff cases.
For further information, please view www.pni.org/forensics as well as www.pni.org, brainovage.com (books), VernonNeppe.org (gateway), VernonNeppe.com (research) & ECAO.us (creativity) .
Information:  
Behavioral Neurology,  Brain Damage Injury,  Epileptology,  Head Injury,  Movement Disorders,  Neurology,  Neuropsychiatry,  Neuropsychology,  Nutrition,  Patents,  Personal Injury,  Pharmacology,  Psychiatric Malpractice,  Psychiatric Medicine,  Psychopharmacology,  Standard Practice (Suicide),  Suicide, 


Professor Vernon M Neppe MD, PhD(Med), FRSSAf, DFAPA, BN&NP-17, FFPsych(SA), FCPsych, FRCPC-10, MMed(Psych), DABPN, DPCP(ECA), DSPE, FAPA, DACFM, DABFE, DABPS, FACFE, MB, BCh, DPsM, BA is Director, Pacific Neuropsychiatric Institute (PNI), Seattle, WA & (Adj) Prof, SLU, St Louis.
He is a Internationally renowned neuropsychiatrist, behavioral neurologist, psychopharmacologist, psychiatrist, epileptologist / seizures, in-demand communicator, civil forensic expert (defense or plaintiff), peer-respected clinician, consciousness researcher, extensively published academic (>700 publications including abstracts and those in press), book-author (10 plus books) and incisive thinker, recipient of international awards, Professor Vernon M Neppe MD,PhD(Med), FRSSAf, DFAPA, BN&NP-17, FFPsych(SA), FCPsych, FRCPC-10, MMed(Psych), DABPN, DPCP(ECA), DSPE, FAPA, DACFM, DABFE, DABPS, FACFE, MB, BCh, DPsM, BABoard Sub-specialty UCNS (Behavioral Neurology / Neuropsychiatry ABPN (BC Psychiatry, sub-specialty Forensic Psychiatry -04 Geriatric Psychiatry-11), DPsM (with Neurology / Psychiatry), DSPE, DABFM, DABFE, DABPS (Psychopharmacology), FACFE, LMACFE, FCPsych, MB, BCh,, BA, FRCPC-10, is one of the most highly qualified medical experts in the USA. Used nationally and internationally, at all levels of cases (early on to rebuttal), he prefers civil medicolegal expert work, attempting to equalize defense and plaintiff cases.
For further information, please view www.pni.org/forensics as well as www.pni.org, brainovage.com (books), VernonNeppe.org (gateway), VernonNeppe.com (research) & ECAO.us (creativity) .

Greenstone & Leviton and Associates
Fort Worth, Texas
222 W. Fourth St. Suite 212, 76102


Contact:  Dr. James L. Greenstone
www.thepolice-consultant.com
817-882-9415 Or Toll Free
Dr.james.greenstone@gmail.com
222 W. Fourth St. Suite 212
Fort Worth, Texas 76102

Contact:  Dr. James L. Greenstone
www.thepolice-consultant.com
817-882-9415
Dr.james.greenstone@gmail.com

James L. Greenstone's CV

There is an old proverb that says, "Fear not the path of truth for the lack of people walking on it." In my 50 years of practice and in my almost 39 years as a police officer, it has been my goal to prepare well and to seek the truth. Perhaps I can be of help to you and your clients. My expertise reflects work as the Director of Psychological Services for the Ft. Worth Police Department, a therapist, a teacher, an author, a police officer, a mediator and negotiator, and as a consultant. The field of Crisis Intervention has been my focus and I have written and published in this area. The specific area of knowledge most frequently asked about is that of police practices in a range of circumstances. These include, but are not limited to, training, use of force, critical incidents, hostage situations, suicide scenarios, stress management, barricaded subjects, psychological services, police procedures, tactical issues, handling the mentally ill, first responders and officer involved shootings. For the better part of my career as a police officer, I have worked extensively in the field of hostage and crisis negotiations. As a mental health professional and consultant and as a trainer of negotiators, as well as a member of hostage negotiations teams, I am knowledgeable about negotiator training, current practices in this area, dealing with suicidal and barricaded subjects, negotiations techniques, team development and team and negotiator interactions with police tactical units. I have participated in numerous hostage, barricaded and suicidal situations and have practical experience in all aspects of hostage and crisis negotiations team functioning. For many years, I trained most of the police negotiators in the North Texas area. I have trained many negotiators and crisis interveners both nationally and internationally. Additionally, my continuing work as a psychotherapist for the police officers and their families, as well as the general public .
Information:  
Critical Police Incidents,  Hostage and Crisis Negotiations,  Officer Involved Shootings,  Suicide,  Use of Excessive Force, 


James L. Greenstone's CV

There is an old proverb that says, "Fear not the path of truth for the lack of people walking on it." In my 50 years of practice and in my almost 39 years as a police officer, it has been my goal to prepare well and to seek the truth. Perhaps I can be of help to you and your clients. My expertise reflects work as the Director of Psychological Services for the Ft. Worth Police Department, a therapist, a teacher, an author, a police officer, a mediator and negotiator, and as a consultant. The field of Crisis Intervention has been my focus and I have written and published in this area. The specific area of knowledge most frequently asked about is that of police practices in a range of circumstances. These include, but are not limited to, training, use of force, critical incidents, hostage situations, suicide scenarios, stress management, barricaded subjects, psychological services, police procedures, tactical issues, handling the mentally ill, first responders and officer involved shootings. For the better part of my career as a police officer, I have worked extensively in the field of hostage and crisis negotiations. As a mental health professional and consultant and as a trainer of negotiators, as well as a member of hostage negotiations teams, I am knowledgeable about negotiator training, current practices in this area, dealing with suicidal and barricaded subjects, negotiations techniques, team development and team and negotiator interactions with police tactical units. I have participated in numerous hostage, barricaded and suicidal situations and have practical experience in all aspects of hostage and crisis negotiations team functioning. For many years, I trained most of the police negotiators in the North Texas area. I have trained many negotiators and crisis interveners both nationally and internationally. Additionally, my continuing work as a psychotherapist for the police officers and their families, as well as the general public .

C. Sherin Singleton, Psy.D. (psychologist)
Encino, California
16001 Ventura Blvd., Ste. #115, 91436


Contact:  C. Sherin Singleton, Psy.D.
http://expedientmedicolegal.com/
888-720-2552 Or Toll Free
expert@expedientmedicolegal.com
16001 Ventura Blvd., Ste. #115
Encino, California 91436

Contact:  C. Sherin Singleton, Psy.D.
http://expedientmedicolegal.com/
888-720-2552
expert@expedientmedicolegal.com

C. Sherin Singleton's CV

 

C. Sherin Singleton, Psy.D., Q.M.E., is a clinical and forensic psychologist with extensive experience in the evaluation and treatment of severely mentally ill adult forensic inpatients. She currently serves as a Staff Psychologist at Patton State Hospital, providing services aimed at restoration of competence to patients deemed incompetent to stand trial by the court. She routinely conducts complex psychodiagnostic evaluations, including the assessment of malingering and adjudicative competence. As required by the court, Dr. Singleton provides her expert opinion as to whether a patient has improved to the point where they meet the legal criteria to be considered competent to proceed.

In addition to her clinical practice, Dr. Singleton has served as a research specialist for a large county agency, and taught master’s level university courses for several years, until she recently decided to focus on building her practice and focusing her efforts on civil forensic work, which led her to acquire her Q.M.E. designation. Given her expertise in the area of criminal forensics and in providing expert opinion to the court, providing Q.M.E. services seemed to be a natural professional progression for Dr. Singleton.

Dr. Singleton graduated cum laude from the University of La Verne with a B.S. in Behavioral Science. She earned a Master of Science in Psychology, and doctorate in clinical-community psychology from the University of La Verne. She completed a rigorous APA accredited internship at San Bernardino County Department of Behavioral Health in the forensic training track, where she provided assessment and treatment in an outpatient clinic, a juvenile detention facility, and a Conditional Release program. She worked as a research specialist for a large county agency, and has been involved in numerous research projects throughout her training and career.
Information:  
Alcohol and Drug Abuse,  Neuropsychology,  Post Traumatic Stress,  Psychology,  Suicide, 


C. Sherin Singleton's CV

 

C. Sherin Singleton, Psy.D., Q.M.E., is a clinical and forensic psychologist with extensive experience in the evaluation and treatment of severely mentally ill adult forensic inpatients. She currently serves as a Staff Psychologist at Patton State Hospital, providing services aimed at restoration of competence to patients deemed incompetent to stand trial by the court. She routinely conducts complex psychodiagnostic evaluations, including the assessment of malingering and adjudicative competence. As required by the court, Dr. Singleton provides her expert opinion as to whether a patient has improved to the point where they meet the legal criteria to be considered competent to proceed.

In addition to her clinical practice, Dr. Singleton has served as a research specialist for a large county agency, and taught master’s level university courses for several years, until she recently decided to focus on building her practice and focusing her efforts on civil forensic work, which led her to acquire her Q.M.E. designation. Given her expertise in the area of criminal forensics and in providing expert opinion to the court, providing Q.M.E. services seemed to be a natural professional progression for Dr. Singleton.

Dr. Singleton graduated cum laude from the University of La Verne with a B.S. in Behavioral Science. She earned a Master of Science in Psychology, and doctorate in clinical-community psychology from the University of La Verne. She completed a rigorous APA accredited internship at San Bernardino County Department of Behavioral Health in the forensic training track, where she provided assessment and treatment in an outpatient clinic, a juvenile detention facility, and a Conditional Release program. She worked as a research specialist for a large county agency, and has been involved in numerous research projects throughout her training and career.

John (Jay) Slosar, Ph.D. (psychologist)
Encino, California
16001 Ventura Blvd., Ste. #115, 91436


Contact:  John (Jay) Slosar, Ph.D
http://expedientmedicolegal.com/
888-720-2552 Or Toll Free
expert@expedientmedicolegal.com
16001 Ventura Blvd., Ste. #115
Encino, California 91436

Contact:  John (Jay) Slosar, Ph.D
http://expedientmedicolegal.com/
888-720-2552
expert@expedientmedicolegal.com

 Jay Slosar's CV

 

Jay Slosar, Ph.D., Q.M.E., has been in private practice for 30 years as a licensed psychologist and provided direct clinical and consulting services in a variety of diverse settings. Dr. Slosar received his Bachelor’s Degree from Jacksonville University, earned his Master’s Degree from Wichita State University, and received his Ph.D. from the University of Southern California. Dr. Slosar is on the expert witness panel in juvenile, family and criminal law in Orange County, CA. He also provides forensic evaluations from court referrals, specializing in evaluating teenagers and young adults. His practice is located in Irvine, California.

Dr. Slosar has worked and consulted for many companies and organizations, including: Health and Human Services Group, Young Life Enrichment Program, Family Solutions, Western Youth Services, Villa Millard Facility, and the Dawson Education Foundation. The services provided included: counseling, psychological evaluations, program design, staff training, and conflict resolution.

He also has served as the administrative clinician for a federal contract in the delivery of an employee assistance program for federal law enforcement employees and their families. Over six years, he was responsible for all clinical and administrative needs for an $8 million federal contract which included providing training/education workshops in the areas of stress management, trauma response, supervisory management, domestic violence, and workplace violence. He co-directed the critical incident response services for operational and non-operational traumas. He has completed certification in critical incident response training from the American Red Cross and the National Organization for Victim’s Assistance.

Dr. Slosar has written and published professional materials and articles, including a staff training manual for residential treatment services. He has also presented a paper at the FBI Quantico training facility on perfectionism and its relationship to suicide in law enforcement personnel. He is the author of The Culture of Excess: How America Lost Self Control and Why We Need to Redefine Success. (Praeger/ABC-CLIO, 2009.)

Dr. Slosar has taught since 1985 in both the psychology department and the health services department at Chapman University as an adjunct assistant associate professor. He was the president of the Orange County Psychological Association in 2004 and is a past board member of the California Coalition of Ethical Mental Health Care, a San Francisco-based group that promotes the ethics and integrity of mental health-care delivery services. Dr. Slosar was on the board of directors for the California Psychological Association in 2006 and 2007. He is also a Board Member of the California Association of Psychology Providers (CAPP).
Information:  
Disability,  Forensic Psychology,  Post Traumatic Stress,  Psychology,  Suicide, 


 Jay Slosar's CV

 

Jay Slosar, Ph.D., Q.M.E., has been in private practice for 30 years as a licensed psychologist and provided direct clinical and consulting services in a variety of diverse settings. Dr. Slosar received his Bachelor’s Degree from Jacksonville University, earned his Master’s Degree from Wichita State University, and received his Ph.D. from the University of Southern California. Dr. Slosar is on the expert witness panel in juvenile, family and criminal law in Orange County, CA. He also provides forensic evaluations from court referrals, specializing in evaluating teenagers and young adults. His practice is located in Irvine, California.

Dr. Slosar has worked and consulted for many companies and organizations, including: Health and Human Services Group, Young Life Enrichment Program, Family Solutions, Western Youth Services, Villa Millard Facility, and the Dawson Education Foundation. The services provided included: counseling, psychological evaluations, program design, staff training, and conflict resolution.

He also has served as the administrative clinician for a federal contract in the delivery of an employee assistance program for federal law enforcement employees and their families. Over six years, he was responsible for all clinical and administrative needs for an $8 million federal contract which included providing training/education workshops in the areas of stress management, trauma response, supervisory management, domestic violence, and workplace violence. He co-directed the critical incident response services for operational and non-operational traumas. He has completed certification in critical incident response training from the American Red Cross and the National Organization for Victim’s Assistance.

Dr. Slosar has written and published professional materials and articles, including a staff training manual for residential treatment services. He has also presented a paper at the FBI Quantico training facility on perfectionism and its relationship to suicide in law enforcement personnel. He is the author of The Culture of Excess: How America Lost Self Control and Why We Need to Redefine Success. (Praeger/ABC-CLIO, 2009.)

Dr. Slosar has taught since 1985 in both the psychology department and the health services department at Chapman University as an adjunct assistant associate professor. He was the president of the Orange County Psychological Association in 2004 and is a past board member of the California Coalition of Ethical Mental Health Care, a San Francisco-based group that promotes the ethics and integrity of mental health-care delivery services. Dr. Slosar was on the board of directors for the California Psychological Association in 2006 and 2007. He is also a Board Member of the California Association of Psychology Providers (CAPP).

Michael Carlish, Ph.D. (psychologist)
Encino, California
16200 Ventura Blvd., Ste. 203C, 91436


Contact:  Michael Carlish, Ph.D.
http://expedientmedicolegal.com/
888-720-2552 Or Toll Free
expert@expedientmedicolegal.com
16200 Ventura Blvd., Ste. 203C
Encino, California 91436

Contact:  Michael Carlish, Ph.D.
http://expedientmedicolegal.com/
888-720-2552
expert@expedientmedicolegal.com

Michael A. Carlish's CV

 

Michael A. Carlish, Ph.D. is a licensed clinical psychologist. He graduated with High Honors in Psychology from the University of California in Santa Barbara, received his Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology from the California School of Professional Psychology, and earned his doctorate degree at Alliant International University in San Diego, where he studied the relationship between humor and mental health.

Dr. Carlish’s practice has centered around three populations: the severely mentally ill, Native Americans, and geriatric patients.
Dr. Carlish put himself through graduate school by providing emergency mental health assessments in emergency rooms and psychiatric hospitals around San Diego County, and he continues to see patients in this setting on a regular basis. For the past twelve years he has assessed hundreds of severely mentally ill patients, evaluating suicidality, psychosis, and aggression.

For the past four years, Dr. Carlish has acted as the primary testing psychologist at a mental health clinic on a Native American reservation, evaluating and treating depression, Bipolar Disorder, anxiety disorders, personality disorders, ADHD, substance abuse, psychosis, bereavement, and trauma. His clients include children, adults, and seniors.

Lastly, Dr. Carlish has provided psychological assessment and counseling for nursing home residents for the past two years, in which a large proportion of his patients are older adults suffering from depression and anxiety as well as dementia.

Dr. Carlish puts his patients at ease with his friendly, relaxed demeanor and his sense of humor. His professional interests include personality testing, Solution-Focused Therapy, and Motivational Interviewing. In his role as a Qualified Medical Examiner, he looks forward to providing the Court and all parties involved with timely, thorough, and well-reasoned medical opinions.
Information:  
Alcohol and Drug Abuse,  Neuropsychology,  Post Traumatic Stress,  Psychology,  Suicide, 


Michael A. Carlish's CV

 

Michael A. Carlish, Ph.D. is a licensed clinical psychologist. He graduated with High Honors in Psychology from the University of California in Santa Barbara, received his Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology from the California School of Professional Psychology, and earned his doctorate degree at Alliant International University in San Diego, where he studied the relationship between humor and mental health.

Dr. Carlish’s practice has centered around three populations: the severely mentally ill, Native Americans, and geriatric patients.
Dr. Carlish put himself through graduate school by providing emergency mental health assessments in emergency rooms and psychiatric hospitals around San Diego County, and he continues to see patients in this setting on a regular basis. For the past twelve years he has assessed hundreds of severely mentally ill patients, evaluating suicidality, psychosis, and aggression.

For the past four years, Dr. Carlish has acted as the primary testing psychologist at a mental health clinic on a Native American reservation, evaluating and treating depression, Bipolar Disorder, anxiety disorders, personality disorders, ADHD, substance abuse, psychosis, bereavement, and trauma. His clients include children, adults, and seniors.

Lastly, Dr. Carlish has provided psychological assessment and counseling for nursing home residents for the past two years, in which a large proportion of his patients are older adults suffering from depression and anxiety as well as dementia.

Dr. Carlish puts his patients at ease with his friendly, relaxed demeanor and his sense of humor. His professional interests include personality testing, Solution-Focused Therapy, and Motivational Interviewing. In his role as a Qualified Medical Examiner, he looks forward to providing the Court and all parties involved with timely, thorough, and well-reasoned medical opinions.

Rebecca Roy, Ph.D
West Hollywood, California
8605 Santa Monica Blvd., #16989, 90069-4109


Contact:  Rebecca Roy, Ph.D
http://expedientmedicolegal.com/
888-720-2552 Or Toll Free
expert@expedientmedicolegal.com
8605 Santa Monica Blvd., #16989
West Hollywood, California 90069-4109

Contact:  Rebecca Roy, Ph.D
http://expedientmedicolegal.com/
888-720-2552
expert@expedientmedicolegal.com

Rebecca Roy's CV

 

Rebecca Roy, Ph.D. is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist in Los Angeles. Dr. Roy specializes in Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and has comprehensive experience in the analysis and treatment of complex trauma. Her original research and new approach to treating trauma, Trauma Body-Mind Reintegration Therapy, was presented to the American Psychological Association (Psychoanalysis Division) in 2013.

Dr. Roy obtained her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology after practicing as a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist for several years. Dr. Roy also has extensive experience in the analysis and treatment of anxiety, depression and Bipolar Disorder.

Dr. Roy graduated from Pacifica Graduate Institute in 2012 with a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology. She earned her master’s in Clinical Psychology in 2005. Dr. Roy completed her post-doctoral training in forensic psychology and is a member of the American Psychological Association.

Dr. Roy has been featured as a mental health expert in The New York Times, L.A. Times, CNN, World News Tonight with Diane Sawyer, Reuters and other major media as well as various television shows.
Information:  
Child Abuse,  Forensic Psychology,  Post Traumatic Stress,  Psychology,  Suicide, 


Rebecca Roy's CV

 

Rebecca Roy, Ph.D. is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist in Los Angeles. Dr. Roy specializes in Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and has comprehensive experience in the analysis and treatment of complex trauma. Her original research and new approach to treating trauma, Trauma Body-Mind Reintegration Therapy, was presented to the American Psychological Association (Psychoanalysis Division) in 2013.

Dr. Roy obtained her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology after practicing as a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist for several years. Dr. Roy also has extensive experience in the analysis and treatment of anxiety, depression and Bipolar Disorder.

Dr. Roy graduated from Pacifica Graduate Institute in 2012 with a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology. She earned her master’s in Clinical Psychology in 2005. Dr. Roy completed her post-doctoral training in forensic psychology and is a member of the American Psychological Association.

Dr. Roy has been featured as a mental health expert in The New York Times, L.A. Times, CNN, World News Tonight with Diane Sawyer, Reuters and other major media as well as various television shows.