Neuropsychology Psychology Expert Witness

Is prepared to opine and give expert witness testimony in the following topics

Neuropsychology Psychology Board Certified, Toxic Exposure, Traumatic Brain Injury, Psychcological Trauma, Biological Sciences, Clinical Neuropsychology, Medical Examiner, Neuropsychologist, Assessment


Expert Witness No.757


B.A. Biological Sciences, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, 1970

M.S. Psychology, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, 1974

Ph.D. Psychology, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, 1978

ABPN, Diplomate, Professional Neuropsychology, American Board of Professional
Neuropsychology, 1995

ABPP (CN), Diplomate, Clinical Neuropsychology, American Board of Professional Psychology, American Board of Clinical Neuropsychology, 1996

Non-degree programs:

Summer School of Alcohol Studies, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, 1974
Counseling in Alcoholism

New Jersey Neuropsychiatric Institute, Princeton, NJ, 1974
Behavior Modification Training Program

California School of Professional Psychology, Berkeley, CA, 1979 – 1982
Doctoral Specialty Certificate Program


Licensed Psychologist, California, PSY No. Available upon request
Licensed Psychologist, New Mexico, No. Available upon request
Licensed Psychologist, Arizona, No. Available upon request
Licensed Psychologist, Texas, No. Available upon request
Licensed Psychologist, Utah, No. Available upon request

Qualified Medical Examiner, California Division of Workers’ Compensation
Walnut Creek Hospital, Courtesy Medical Staff (1984-2000)
(Member, Consulting Board of Directors, 3/92 to 3/00)
John Muir Medical Center, Behavioral Health Center, Allied Health Staff


7/83 to Present
Private Practice, Walnut Creek, CA
Clinical Neuropsychologist
Interests include psychodiagnostic and neuropsychological assessment, consultation, forensic evaluations (civil/personal injury, criminal, and workers compensation), in-patient and out-patient treatment, acute rehabilitation treatment, and intern supervision,

09/08 to Present
Private Company, Livermore, CA
Consulting Neuropsychologist
Serving as U.S. Department of Energy Human Reliability Program Designated Psychologist and responsible for securuty related evaluations to certify individuals as safe and reliable regarding access to dangerous materials.

09/09 to Present
Private Company, Berkeley, CA
Director, Psychological Assessment Services
Responsible for teaching psychological and neuropsychological assessment and providing clinical supervision to graduate level psychology students/interns.


Senior Consulting Neuropsychologist, A Private company in Scottsdale, AZ.  Conducting forensic neoropsychological evaluations, 11/98-2008.

Director of Psychological Services, Walnut Creek Hospital.  Responsible for provision of psychological and neuropsychological assessment in an acute psychiatric setting, 4/97-3/00.

Director, Sequoia Independent Practice Association, Walnut Creek, CA. Co-founder of a mental health practice group of 50 member doctors and therapists.  The IPA had been responsible for the mental health care of up to 30,000 insured individuals.  Through 1994, as Vice-President, I had the responsibility for utilization review of all on-going treatment.  Through 1995-1998, as President, I had the responsibility for over-seeing all administrative functions of constituent Psychological and Medical Corporations including credentialing, utilization review, quality assurance, and integration of service agreements with local hospitals.

Consulting Neuropsychologist, Coordinator of Psychological Assessment Services, CPC Walnut Creek Hospital. Responsibilities include supervision of psychological and neuropsychological assessment conducted within hospital, coordination with training programs, coordination with treatment planning and development of credentialing and review procedures, 1/93 to 6/94.

Consulting Neuropsychologist, Adolescent Treatment Center, John Muir Medical Center. Responsibilities include psychological and neuropsychological assessment related to substance abuse disorders, treatment planning, staff consultation and supervision, 11/90 to 6/93.

Consulting Neuropsychologist, North Coast Rehabilitation Center, Santa Rosa, CA. Responsibilities included neuropsychological assessment, psychotherapy, treatment and discharge planning, and treatment team consultation with patients in acute rehabilitation following head injuries, strokes, or spinal injuries, 7/88 to 1/89.

Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Spectrum Psychology Associates, Berkeley, CA. Responsibilities included psychodiagnostic and neuropsychological assessment of inpatients and outpatients and supervision of interns, 7/83 to 12/84.

Staff Psychologist, Program Co-director, Progress Assessment System, California Medical Facility, Vacaville. Administration and development of a treatment and assessment system for psychotic and psychotic-in-remission inmates and application of the system for individual evaluations, treatment planning, and program evaluation and development; duties also included supervision of clerical staff, student assistants and trainees, consultation with clinical and custody staff, and direct services with inmates, 8/82 to 11/84.  Promoted from Graduate Assistant, 12/81 to 7/82.

Psychological Assistant/Post-doctoral Fellow, Alcohol and Drug Abuse Program, Kaiser Permanente Medical Center, South San Francisco.  Duties included conducting individual, family, and group psychotherapy, crisis intervention, psychodiagnostic and neuropsychological evaluations and consultation with other hospital departments (e.g. Medicine, ER, Neurology), 8/82 to 6/83.

Post-doctoral Psychology Intern, Youth Guidance Center, Psychiatric Clinic, San Francisco. Clinical duties included conducting psychological and neuropsychological assessments, individual and family therapy, crisis intervention, and providing consultations with Juvenile Court staff, 9/81 to 6/82.

Psychological Assistant/Post-doctoral Psychology Intern, Haight-Ashbury Free Medical Clinic, Drug Detoxification Project, and Psychological Services, San Francisco.  Duties included conducting short- and long-term psychotherapy, psychological and neuropsychological evaluations, supervising practicum level interns, developing a referral system, serving as liaison between clinic divisions, and participating in training of intake volunteers, 9/80 to 8/82.

Post-doctoral Fellow, Langley-Porter Neuropsychiatric Institute, Dept. of Psychiatry and Pharmacology, University of California, San Francisco.  Conducted psychopharmacological studies on the relationship of ethanol tolerance and dependence to neuronal membranes, on lipid involvement in opiate receptors and on endogenous opiate antagonists, 12/78 to 8/80.

Group Leader, Behavior Modification Program, Alcoholism Unit, New Jersey Neuropsychiatric Institute, Princeton, NJ. Provided individual and group counseling using behavior modification techniques, 9/74 to 7/75.

Graduate Research Assistant and Pre-doctoral Fellow, Center of Alcohol Studies, Rutgers University. Conducted psychopharmacological studies on ethanol consumption and dependence and on the determination of pharmacological treatments for dependence; responsible for the training and supervision of undergraduate research assistants, 7/71 to 9/78.


Adjunct Faculty. A Private Company, Scottsdale, AZ and Albuquerque, NM
Involved in development and presentation of continuing education programs for attorneys relating to brain injury and neurolegal litigation, 11/98 to 2008.

Adjunct Faculty, California School of Professional Psychology, Berkeley/Alameda.
Taught courses in Sensation and Perception and Biological Bases of Behavior, 9/86 - 12/86,
9/87 - 12/87, Intellectual Assessment, 1/88 - 5/88, and Psychodiagnostic Assessment, 9/88 - 6/89,
9/89 - 6/90.

Lecturer, California School of Professional Psychology, Berkeley.
Taught review seminar in psychological and neuropsychological assessment, 5/83. Taught licensing review seminar in physiological psychology, 10/84, 5/85, 9/85, 4/86.

Contract Faculty, California School of Professional Psychology, Berkeley.
Taught Review for Comprehensive Exams, a clinical psychology survey course, and developed portions of the Comprehensive Exam, 1/81 to 6/81.

Teaching Assistant, Psychology Department, Rutgers University.
Instructor in Introductory Psychology, 9/75 to 1/76.


Busch Pre-doctoral Fellowship, Rutgers University, 1973-74 and 1974-75

National Research Service Award Post-doctoral Fellowship, National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, 1978-79.

Interdisciplinary Training Program Post-doctoral Fellowship, University of California, San Francisco, 1978-80


California Psychological Association Chair, Chapter Affairs Task Force, 1988 and 1989; Member, Board of Directors, 1990-1992; Chair, Membership Committee, 1990; Chair, Short-Term Therapy Committee, 1993.

Contra Costa Psychological Association Secretary, 1984-1985; President, 1985-1986, 1986-1987, 1987-1988; President-Elect, 1993.

American Psychological Association

National Academy of Neuropsychology

Society for Personality Assessment

International Neuropsychology Society

Northern California Neuropsychology Forum President-elect, President, 2006-2008.

Learning Disabilities Association

Brain Injury Association

Movement Disorder Society


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