Neuropsychology Traumatic Brain Injury Expert Witness

Provides Opinion & Testimony In:

Neuropsychology, Neuropsychologist, adult, traumatic brain injury, toxic exposure, sick building syndrome, IME, Medical legal records review, consistency analysis, neuropsychological injury, head injury, brain injury, psychological injury, brain injury litigation, neurolegal sciences, forensic neuropsychology, forensics, neuropsychology, forensic investigation, testimony, neurolegal, sciences, law, legal, medical, criminal cases, civil cases, brain injury, claims, legal services,


1989-1993: Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology, The Wright Institute, Graduate School of Clinical Psychology, Berkeley, California (APA)

1989: BA, Psychology College of Santa Fe, Santa Fe, New Mexico


A private company, President
Senior Case Analyst/Litigation Support Specialist/Strategist and Forensic Consultant to Law and Medical Professionals Originator of Nationally (Supreme Court) accredited continuing legal education seminars

A private company, President
A nationally accredited educational institution providing continuing legal education seminars to attorneys involving the complex elements of brain injury litigation.

Professional Technical Services Contract
Provided neuropsychological consultation to facility; Developed neuropsychiatric milieu; conducted forensic neuropsychological/neurodiagnostic assessments with reports; provided formal training to staff on neuropsychological issues. New Mexico Department of Health, Albuquerque, New Mexico

5/94 – 5/95
Post-Doctoral fellowship in Neuropsychology, Forensic Adolescent Treatment Center
Certified by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Health Care Organizations (JCAHO); Neuropsychological assessment of adolescents ages 12 through 18; expert witness testimony related to civil commitments and mental competency to stand trial; provided staff training on neurobehavioral sequelae of brain injury.

1/95 -12/95
Neuropsychological Assistant,  HealthCare
Provided neuropsychological evaluations on gerontology unit.

Pre-Doctoral Psychology Intern, Hospital of Dallas
2,000-hour internship with emphasis on Neuropsychological Testing/Assessment & Reports on children, adolescents, adults and geriatrics; Consult/Liaison for emergency room admissions; Internship consisted of 4 three-month rotations: Child/adolescent locked unit; Adult open and locked units; Neuropsychological Geriatric unit.

8/90 -5/91
Psychology Intern, Memorial Hospital
Responsibilities & training included patient intake, clinical interviews & treatment planning; psychological/neuropsychological assessment; crisis intervention & multi-disciplinary interface.

Psychology Intern, Mental Health Center
Responsibilities & training included patient intake, brief psychotherapy & case management for the severely mentally ill and dual diagnosis patients.

Parent Assistance Center
Responsibilities included parental support and teaching parenting skills to disenfranchised families and single mothers

Owner/President, Residential and Commercial Interior Design Firm,


2004: National Academy of Neuropsychology Annual Conference

2003: National Academy of Neuropsychology Annual Conference

2002: National Academy of Neuropsychology Annual Conference

2001: National Academy of Neuropsychology Annual Conference

2000: National Academy of Neuropsychology Annual Conference

1999: National Academy of Neuropsychology Annual Conference

1998: National Academy of Neuropsychology Annual Conference

1998: Insurance & Law Conference on Psychological and Neurological Injury Claims

1997: MedPsych Forensic Practice Strategic Issues in Litigated Brain Injury Cases for the Retained Neuropsychologist

1996: Comprehensive Head Injury Litigation: Evidence, Testimony and Case Strategies in NeuroLitigation

1996: Forensic Evaluations for Legal Competencies: Civil, Criminal & Juvenile, Albuquerque

1996: Forensic Neuropsychology, Where Are We Now?, Neuropsychological Associates

1995: National Academy of Neuropsychology Annual Conference

1995: Neurolaw: Comprehensive Head Injury Litigation & Forensic Neuropsychology Forensic Psychological Services

1994: Advanced Neuropsychological Assessment, Planning & Treatment National Academy of Neuropsychology Annual Workshops

1994: Forensic Evaluations and the MMPI & MMPI-2,American Academy of Forensic Psychology

1994: Liability and Malpractice: A Survival Guide for Psychologists, American Academy of Forensic Psychology

1994: Forensic Neuropsychology Workshop: Going Beyond the Test Date, The Neuropsychologist as Expert Witness in Civil & Criminal Cases Neuropsychological Associates of California

1993: Annual Ethics Update, Roundtable Discussion, The New Mexico Psychological Association

1993: Cognitive Therapy of Personality Disorders, The New Mexico Psychological Association

1993: Therapeutic Engagement: Models of Interaction in Clinical, Practice, New Mexico Psychoanalytic Society

1993: Ninth Annual Symposium in Forensic Psychology, American College of Forensic Psychology

1992: Neuropsychological Assessment Using the McCarron-Dial System

1992: Neuropsychological Applications of the McCarron-Dial System and the Comprehensive Vocational Evaluation in the Rehabilitation of , Traumatic Head Injury

1992: Brief Psychodynamic Therapy in Action: A Practical Model of Treatment for the 1990’s and Beyond

1992: Symposium on Neuroscience; University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center

1992: Psychoanalytic Perspectives & Contemporary Approaches, University of Texas Southwestern Medical School

1992: Awakening the Sleeping Giant: Texas Update on National Commission on Sleep Disorders Research

1991: Neuroanatomy and Cerebral Circulation in 3D

1991: Is it Psychological or Organic? Using Beam II Assessment to Understand the Difficult-To-Treat Patient

1991: Expanding Frames of Psychoanalytic Reference

1991: The AIDS Patient and Psychotherapy: The Changing Parameters

1991: Applied Psychopharmacology for Psychologists Workshop

1990: Psychodynamic Psychotherapy with the Borderline Patient

1990: Bulimia, Dissociation and Empathy: A Self-Psychological View

1990: Psychodynamic Model for Treating Alcohol Abusers

1990: Child Abuse Assessment Workshop

1990: Contemporary Views of the Self: Clinical Theories and Practices

1990: Human Sexuality Workshop

1990: New Perspectives on Narcissism

1990: Architecture of Destruction and Compassion: A Presentation and Case Seminar on Treatment of Difficult and Disturbed Patients

1989: Reflection on Memory and the Clinical Process


Available upon request