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TASA ID: 1337 (Child Psychiatry): I am a child and general psychiatrist who has primarily maintained a clinical practice for the last 30 yrs. Forensic consultation is about half civil actions and half family court matters. I have served the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology and was Chair of the Comm for Certif of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. I have written over 40 scientific paper, chapters, and books. I have been an invited speaker to the Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Advanced Course and to family law conferences.

TASA ID: 1949 (Child Psychiatry): I primarily serve in private practice in child, adolescent and adult psychiatry and psychoanalysis. I am also the program director for the Child Division of a psychoanalytic institute. I teach Medical Students at Drexel University College of Medicine and participate in various research projects including the Child and Adolescent Service Intensity Instrument which is sponsored by the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry.

TASA ID: 1460 (Psychiatry): Practice adult & forensic psychiatry, volunteer instructor at a health & science university, adjunct professor at grad school of education & counseling, teaching diagnosis of mental & emotional disorders. Expertise in independent Medical Evaluations including: workers' compensation & long-term disability, competence to stand trial, sanity, diminished capacity & other criminal court psychiatric evaluations. Evaluation & treatment of people with severe & persistent mental illness.

TASA ID: 2223 (Psychiatry): Certified (ABPN) in forensic psychiatry. Professor of Psychiatry at a United States Medical School.Faculty at National Judicial College.Consultant to State Medical Board. Expertise in adult forensic evaluation: civil and criminal competencies, medical malpractice, correctional psychiatry, criminal responsibility, suicide, elder abuse, undue influence, methamphetamine induced disorders, effects of substances on behavior, death penalty issues and risk assessment.

Expertise in general and forensic psychiatry; criminal competencies, professional misconduct, medical malpractice, correctional psychiatry, criminal responsibility.

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