Alan J. Waldman, MD, has practiced Forensic Neuropsychiatry and Forensic Psychiatry for over 20 years. He specializes in the evaluation of head injuries, dementia, any type of post accident cerebral neuropathy, and any neuropsychiatric / psychiatric disorder. The learning and honing of Dr. Waldman's skills progressed through his stint as full time faculty at the University of Florida, his subsequent private practice, the neuropsychiatric consultant to a head injury rehabilitation and residential facility, and the medical directorship of a 217 bed State of Florida forensic psychiatric institution. While at the institution, he did consultations on the head injured patients and those suspected of malingering. Litigation Support - Dr. Waldman has evaluated over 400 respondents or potential respondents, for the state and defense in Florida's post incarceration sex offender program. He has testified in approximately 50 hearings and trials (again for both sides) and has been qualified as an expert in the prediction of sex offender recidivism risk. He has a great deal of experience in the detection of Embellishment and Malingering. Dr. Waldman has been qualified as an expert witness in circuit, county, and federal courts through out Florida. He was retained by the Office of the Attorney General of Texas in Austin for a case involving questions of malingering by a death row inmate whose case was remanded back to the Federal District Court in Austin by the U.S. Supreme Court. Dr. Waldman has testified in courts in California, Illinois, New Jersey, Ohio, Maryland, New Hampshire, and Texas. Areas of Expertise:
Lisa Boesky, PhD specializes in child and adult Suicide within Correctional, Substance Abuse, and Mental Health Treatment Facilities. Her over 20 years of experience specializing in Suicide Prevention within Residential Facilities allows Dr. Lisa to tailor her consulting services to the specific needs of the agency and the individuals they serve.
Consulting Services - Dr. Lisa helps Corrections (juvenile detention, adult jails, etc.), Substance Abuse and Mental Health Treatment Facilities develop or improve their Suicide Prevention Program to increase safety and decrease vulnerability to litigation. Her specialty is conducting “Suicide Vulnerability Assessments” and helping large/small Correctional and Treatment facilities:
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Keynote Speaker - Dr. Lisa has developed and delivered over 140 "conference" keynotes and workshops, and over 125 full-day or multi-day "training" programs. Dr. Lisa serves as an opinion source for national media including CNN, Wall Street Journal, Fox News, CNN International, USA Today, and US News & World Report among others, and is the author of over 20 books, articles, and national training curriculums.
If you need additional information about Dr. Lisa, her services, or a copy of her Curriculum Vitae, please contact her.
Dr. Adhia is triple-Board-Certified in Psychiatry, Brain Injury Medicine and Forensic Psychiatry. In addition to forensic/expert witness practice, Dr. Adhia is Medical Director of PACE Mental Health Clinic in the Houston area. His forensic practice focuses on the psychiatric impact of personal injury, abuse, competency, violence, and complicating mental illness. Dr. Adhia evaluates and treats psychiatric injury and disability in victims and alleged abusers. Dr. Adhia is among one of the few Forensic Psychiatrists who is board-certified in Brain Injury Medicine. Often, Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) can be a major factor in litigation as it can result in psychiatric or neurocognitive impairments. He has treated high-risk patients in security-sensitive settings in correctional facilities and correctional psychiatric hospitals. His expertise in psychopharmacology, the medicine of medication. In addition, Dr. Adhia works with Physicians for Human Rights to assess victims of kidnapping and false imprisonment, human trafficking, undue influence, physical and sexual abuse, rape, and fear of imminent death. In all populations, he assesses PTSD, Anxiety, Depressive Disorders, risk of suicide, and malingering. He is experienced in treatment and impact of drug and alcohol abuse on decision-making. Dr. Adhia has also treated severe psychosis (Schizophrenia, hallucinations) and psychopathology. Dr. Adhia’s findings consider complicating factors, such as emotional distress worsened by physical and emotional isolation from family and support. Other factors are pre-existing mental and physical illness, competency and capacity (e.g. dementia, Intellectual Disability.) As a physician, Dr. Adhia is uniquely qualified to review medical records and doctor reports. Institutional medicine, medical malpractice, and standard of care, apply to both public and private facilities, including government regulated correctional institutions and psychiatric hospitals. Dr. Adhia is skilled in these med-legal issues. Dr. Adhia conducts Independent Medical Examinations, review of records, and reports his med-legal findings and opinions. He is available to testify in civil, criminal, probate, Federal, Immigration and administrative jurisdictions.
Steven Gaskell, Psy.D. is a Forensic Psychologist, license eligible in all 50 states. He has years of extensive experience providing a variety of Forensic Psychological Evaluations and testifying regarding a variety of legal issues. Dr. Gaskell has completed more than 2000 Forensic Psychological Assessments including over 600 pre-trial Competency to Stand Trial or Fitness to Stand Trial and Criminal Responsibility (Insanity Defense) psychological evaluations and he has provided expert testimony these issues on numerous occasions. Competency to Stand Trial/ Fitness to Stand Trial Criminal Responsibility or Sanity at the Time of the Offense Mitigating Factors Assessment Miranda Rights Issues (voluntariness, competency to confess, interrogative suggestibility) Malingering and Deception Sexual Assault Allegations Sex Offender Evaluations Sexually Violent Person Evaluations Pedophilia Paraphilias Future Likelihood of Sexual Re-Offense
Micheal Kane, PsyD, MSW, LICSW, is a certified Trauma Treatment Specialist (CTTS) through the Association of Traumatic Stress Specialists (ATSS) and holds two clinical diplomates: a Diplomate in Clinical Social Work from the National Association of Social Workers (NASW), and the Board Certified Diplomate from the American Board of Examiners in Clinical Social Work (ABE).
Dr. Kane earned his doctorate in clinical psychology from Argosy University/Seattle Washington School of Professional Psychology in 2005. He received a master’s degrees in social work from the University of Washington in 1983, clinical psychology from Argosy University/Seattle in 2002, and completed postgraduate studies in Traumatology in 2018 at the Justice Institute of British Columbia in Vancouver, BC, Canada.
Dr. Kane has served on the clinical faculties of the University of Washington Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, the Department of Psychology, and the UW School of Social Work. He has also served as a consultant in Complex Trauma and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder to the Congressional Black Caucus Veteran's Brain Trust and is a founding member of the editorial board of the Journal of Forensic Social Work.
Dr. Kane has maintained a private practice since 1985 working with individuals, couples and families. His theoretical framework is self-relational psychotherapy that is integrative and reflects themes based on psychodynamic, reality and cognitive-behavioral approaches. His services include Anger Management Treatment, Consulting Services, Forensic Expert Testimony, Clinical Supervision and Case Consultation, and Lectures and Workshops.
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