Mark I. Levy, MDMedical Director
Forensic Psychiatric Associates LP655 Redwood Highway, Suite 271
Mill Valley, CA 94941 Phone: (415) 388-8040 Fax: (415) 634-2400 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.fpamed.com
Forensic Psychiatric & Psychological Consultants: 11 Forensic Psychiatrists; 3 Forensic Neuropsychologists, 1 Forensic Autism Psychologist; Mass Tort Litigation; Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder - accidents, slip & fall, disaster, violence, loss/bereavement, death/divorce, torture, terrorization, sexual abuse/harassment, incest, rape/molestation, pain (PTSD symptoms: anxiety, depression, difficulty concentrating, flashbacks, extreme moodiness, hyper-vigilance, fearfulness, reduced performance, sexual dysfunction); ADA-Americans with Disabilities Act; Psychotherapy; Psychopharmacology; Boundary Violations; Malpractice; Testimony Cyroby Undue Influence; Child Psychiatry; Custody Issues; Autism; Traumatic Brain Injury.
MD (CA, HI). Diplomate of the American Board Psychiatry and Neurology, Adult & Forensic Psychiatry; Diplomate National Board of Physicians & Surgeons, Psychiatry, Forensic Psychiatry.
AB, MD, Columbia University.
Registration and Licenses
MD (CA, HI); DEA, QME (currently inactive).
Assoc. Clinical Professor/Psychiatry, UCSF; Faculty UCSF and San Francisco Psychoanalytic Institute; Former Chairman San Francisco Foundation for Psychoanalysis; Media Medical Expert.
Distinguished Life Fellow, American Psychiatric Association.
UCSF, Dept. of Psychiatry, Assoc. Clinical Professor; Distinguished Life Fellow of American, California and Northern California Psychiatric Associations; Member of International Psychoanalytic Assn.; former officer & board member, San Francisco Psychoanalytic Institute and Society; American Academy of Psychiatry and The Law; Founder and former Chairman San Francisco Foundation for Psychoanalysis; Psych. lecturer to Bar Association of San Francisco.
18 publications including "The Use of Forensic Psychiatry in Catastrophic Injury and Multi-Party Litigation" BNA (Bllomberg) Insight, (13:23 Dec. 2013). "Stressing The Point: PTSD - What It Is and What It Is Not" For The Defense, Defense Research Institute, Nov. 1995. "Shrink in the Courtroom," (2000) and "Assessing the Truth," (2000), San Francisco Attorney Magazine.
More than 500 civil cases involving allegations of psychological injury. Defense: plaintiff 65% - 35%. PTSD, ADA, FEHA, Sexual harassment, psychotic states, incest, depression, drug/alcohol abuse, phobias; Psychiatric malpractice: Wrongful death, sexual or financial impropriety. More than 400 depositions; testified at trial in Federal and State Court 60 times.