Saul Rosenberg, PhDAssoc. Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, UCSF 350 Bon Air Road
Greenbrae, CA 94904 Phone: (415) 925-3086 Email: email@example.com Website: www.saulrosenbergphd.com
PTSD, Trauma and Stressor-Related Disorders, Assessment of PTSD Symptom Validity and Malingering, Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), Transportation Accidents, Medical Malpractice, Will Contests, Testamentary Capacity, Undue Influence, Employment.
PhD, Clinical Psychology, CA License PSY5596.
Post-Doctoral Fellow in Clinical Psychology, University of California, San Francisco - Mount Zion Hosp., 1978; Certificate in Psychoanalysis, San Francisco Center for Psychoanalysis, 1999; PhD in Clinical Psychology, Bowling Green State University, 1975; MA, Psychology, Queens College, City University of New York, 1973; BA, Psychology, State University of New York at Buffalo, 1968.
Registration and Licenses
Psychologist CA PSY5596
Associate Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, University of California, San Francisco; Private Practice of Clinical and Forensic Psychology; Director, Alcohol and Drug Abuse Program, Kaiser-South San Francisco; Principal Investigator, NIMH grant on diagnosis of psychiatric disorders, UCSF-Mount Zion Hospital, San Francisco, CA.
Life Member, American Psychological Association.
American Psychological Association, International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies, Society for Personality Assessment, Society for Behavioral Medicine, National Academy of Neuropsychology, Gerontological Society of America.
Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, 2014, Encyclopedia of Neurological Sciences, M.J. Aminoff & R.B. Daroff, (Eds.), Elsevier; Multimethod Assessment of PTSD in Psychological Injury Evaluations, Society for Personality Assessment, Annual Meeting, 2022; Evidence-Based Forensic Psychological Assessment of Validity and Malingering of PTSD, 2018, Annual Meeting of the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies; Invited Congressional Testimony on PTSD, U.S. House of Representatives, Veterans’ Affairs Subcommittee, 110th Congress; Multi-Method Personality and Psychopathology Assessment of Traumatic Brain Injury, 2009, Annual Meeting of the Society for Personality Assessment; Brief Dynamic Psychotherapy for Depression, E. E. Beckham, & W. R. Lieber (Eds.) Handbook of Depression, Treatment Assessment and Research, 1985, Dorsey Press; Stanford University Collaborative Project on Assessing Interpersonal Problems in Psychodynamic Psychotherapy, 1991, in L. E. Beutler & M. Crago (Eds.). Psychotherapy Research, American Psychological Association Press.
Approximately 350 civil cases, 200 depositions, testified at trial 20 times. PTSD, Trauma and Stressor-Related Disorders, mild TBI, Transportation Accidents, Will Contests, Testamentary Capacity, Undue Influence, Medical Malpractice, Employment.
Brian H. Kleiner PhD, MBAProfessor (Emeritus) of Human Resource Management
at prestigious CA university551 Santa Barbara Avenue
Fullerton, CA 92835-2463 Phone: (714) 879-9705 Alternate: (714) 595-1891 Fax: (714) 879-5600 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Compliance of organizational policies, procedures, and practices with standards of human resources management; preventing and investigating complaints concerning sexual harassment and other forms of discrimination and harassment; ADA, interactive process, reasonable accommodation; CFRA, FMLA, workers’ compensation; retaliation, discipline, wrongful termination; negligent hiring/retention/supervision; independent contractor vs. employee classification; compensation, wage & hours, benefits/pensions; performance evalution, promotion selections, workforce- reductions; workplace violence, safety, OSHA.
PhD, MBA, BS
PhD Management, University of CA, Los Angeles: 1977; MBA, Management, University of CA, Los Angeles; BS, Business Administration, Drexel.
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Lifetime California Community College Instructor Credential in both Business Management and Psychology.
Human resources manager for Ford Motor Company; consultant to over 100 organizations concerning how to improve human resource management policies and practices.
2015, 2014, 2013, 2012 & 2011, Received university research award for quality of articles published in the most recent five years. 2008, Favorably featured in Employment Law Verdict Reports. 2007, Profiled in Bender's California Labor & Employment Bulletin. 2001, Outstanding Scholarly and Creative Activity Award. 2000, Faculty Merit Award. 1998, Creative and Scholarly Activity Award. 1997 and 1996 Performance Award. 1996, "Teacher Scholar" Award. 1995-96, Taught first graduate Managing Human Resources and Human Behavior in Organizations courses ever to be publicly televised. 1993. Nominee for Bradford Outstanding Educator in United States Award. 1992, Finalist for Outstanding Faculty Award, SBAE. 1986-90, Meritorious Performance Award. Selected for Marquis' Who's Who in Business Higher Education, Who's Who in Finance and Industry, Who's Who in California, and Who's Who in the World.
Society For Human Resource Management; Society for Nonprofits.
Over 500 in high quality professional and peer-reviewed academic journals. These Include “When it's time to say good-by: how to discharge workers without legal hassles," and "Workplace reduction guidelines," which was reproduced in a college textbook titled "Taking Sides: Clashing Views in Management,” published by McGraw-Hill. Also, "Designing Effective Performance Appraisal Systems," one of the most downloaded articles of all time, with over 12,500 downloads.
Have been retained in over 1,000 cases and have given trial/arbitration testimony over 80 times for plaintiffs and defense in over 15 California federal and state courts.
Alexandra Clarfield PhDConsulting, Psychological Assessment, Expert Witness Testimony 1223 High Street
Auburn, CA 95003 Phone: (707) 331-5389 Fax: (707) 634-1402 Email: email@example.com Website: www.alexandraclarfield.com
Cases involving personal injury, employment issues and psychologist malpractice, as well as cases related to alternative treatment modalities. Assessment issues, among others: PTSD, psychological damages, disability/impairment, malingering, and harassment and discrimination.
PhD, Clinical Psychology
MS, Social Psychology
Julie A. Armstrong, PsyDPsychologist and Clinical Nurse Specialist 77 Solano Square
Benicia , CA 94510 Phone: (310) 666-9190 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.psychologyexpertwitness.com
Psychological assessment; PTSD; Malingering; Independent medical evaluation; Disability evaluation; Claimed impairment; Fitness for duty; Allegations of harassment and discrimination; Psychology and Psychiatric nursing standards of care; Psychological damages; Workers' compensation.
PsyD; MN, Master of Nursing/Clinical Nurse Specialist; CA, Psy 16001; AZ, Psy 4952